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How to install outlook rule add-on for Terminal Server Enviroment

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Dear Everyone,

I would like to a rule extender Add-ON for Outlook 2007 in a Terminal Server enviroment, connecting to a Windows 2003 Terminal Server using remote desktop connection. I have tried the for example Auto-Mate v4.0 to the clients profile even tried to install it to the Terminal Server itself hoping that anyone who connects to TS is able to use Auto-mate.
Can you please help how should I install any kind of add-on on a Windows Server 2003 x86 Terminal Server to be reachable for the clients?

Thanks in advance.
 
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That link below is a kind of starting point, but the ADD-ON should work in a terminal server enviroment when the client connecting using remote desktop and when they open outlook the ADD-ON should be starting but it is not.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_21567086.html?sfQueryTermInfo=1+10+2003+30+32k+exchang+increas+limit+rule
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Well, first uninstall the thing.

Then go back and install it the proper way through Add-Remove Programs.  Do not simply execute the Setup to install it like you would on a normal machine.  You must go into Add/Remove Programs and choose Add then follow the prompts and browse to the Installation executable and allow the Wizard to do the executing for you.  Note the dialog box that says in "All Caps" to not close the dialog box until the installation completely finishes.
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