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AD account--Outlook access, but no email needed

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Hi

We have several computers around the building that are open to users and just show public folders in Outlook.

I am wondering...is there a way I can use an account in AD to login into the pc and use Outlook, but NOT have this account recieve email?

Thanks
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The account has to be mail enabled to allow access to public folders.
You can stop it from sending and receiving email quite easily using some changes in AD.

http://www.amset.info/exchange/restrict-internetmail.asp

Simon.
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