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Creating Offline message box

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Client is attempting to upload a pst file to look at another users emails, would like to import the pst file to
an offline box so they can be read.  I can't find the way to make an offline email box to import them to in the first place.  Would it be easier to create another user, and upload the pst file to that?  And even if that is the case, how would I go about making the offline email box?
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Question by:Illyankesh
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David Lee earned 500 total points
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Hi, Illyankesh.

Why not just open the pst file and read the messages?
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Yup, agree with BluDevilFan, to be more detailsfor the solution, click File > Open > pst file will do ....... Hope this help ........
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