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Outlook 2003 Custom Form (Task) to Outlook 2010.

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We are converting users from Exchange 5.5 (Outlook 2003) to Exchange 2007 (Outlook 2010) - I ned to move a Custom Form used as a Task in Outlook 2003 to Outlook 2010 on Exchnage 2007.  Not sure how to move it to a different system (not the same domain) to the new domain, new Server, new client.  Any help?
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Sorry - this form will be published to public folders as a task.
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Helen_Feddema earned 250 total points
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This is not exactIy on topic, but it may be helpful -- I found out recently that there is a bug (Microsoft probably considers it a feature) in Outlook 2010 with Exchange Server -- the old syntax for referencing All Public Folders (nms.GetSharedDefaultFolder(olPublicFoldersAllPublicFolders) doesn't work, and you have to use either the folder's EntryID property, or reference the folder by name, including the user name, which makes the code user-specific.  I have seen some code to get the user name programmatically for this purpose, but I haven't tried it yet (the client decided to downgrade to Office 2007 because of this problem).
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I was able to solve the issue on my own but the advice givien is good to know.
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