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Hello,

I have a question related to the Group Policy for Office 2007 Outlook. I'm looking to force the startup folder to Outlook Today but am unable to find a policy. I have the ADM templates loaded for Office 2007, and have set the URL for Outlook Today confirming it works.

How can I force it to open at this location using GP? I only see the manual setting under Options -> Other -> Advanced Option (Startup in this folder).

Thanks,
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Someone else with the same issue.
Apparently the Outlook today setting is mail profile based so there is no GPO object to change it.

http://www.outlookbanter.com/outlook-installation/54911-force-outlook-today-network.html
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The article references Outlook 2003 and leaves off with no answer/resolution or additional information.
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Best answer available. Thanks.
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