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Configure outlook on terminal server in cache mode

I want to configure outlook on terminal server and in cache mode. I read so many articles but no soln. Server OS is Windows server 2003  and office version is 2003
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saifeenk
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SembeeCommented:
You can't use cached mode on terminal services.

Simon.
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CulbertCommented:
Why would you want to use cached mode on a terminal server?
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t_swartzCommented:
Bad idea, even if you could do it.
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elissaqpCommented:
Using the cache mode will decrease the free space on your server according to the amount of users's mailboxes. It also depends on the amount of users which access that server.

To enable cache mode:
go to: Control Panel / Mail / Show Profiles / click on your profile / click on properties / e-mail accounts / Next / change / check on "use cache mode".
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saifeenkAuthor Commented:
I tried all the solutions to enable the cache mode, but no luck. I just want to know whether is it possible or not.
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elissaqpCommented:
yes, it is possible to enable it on any outlook 2003 client no matter if on windows xp or windows 2003 server, do you get any error? Are you able to connect to the exchange server and see you actual emails?
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SembeeCommented:
As I wrote above, you cannot use cached mode on terminal services.

These are just two of the articles on Microsoft's web site that state that. There are 100s more.
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/help/HA011402681033.aspx
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/HP010000781033.aspx

Simon.
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