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I'm building a new remote desktop server for our remote staff that numbers 6 users, the base OS is 2008 R2 Standard running 12GB Memory.

Anyone set up outlook 2007 this way and if so did you run into any issues?

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I have a 2008 TS with Outlook 2007 installed on it and an average of 60 concurrent connections.  You should be fine with what you are attempting.
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