I have a set of end users who want to migrate from a thin client solution to implementing Outlook 2003 on the desk tops. They are spread over various sites with varying bandwidths to an Exchange 2003 server. I have suggested utilizing cached mode operation to isolate them from WAN deficiencies. However, many of the users float from one location to another, using different desktops. They currently use roaming profiles which are replicated to local servers at each location using Availl. What is the best way to utilise the roaming profile to replicate the *.ost file and what would I need to be aware of?
Some of the users also use Blackberrys using BES and OWA.