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Cache Mode in Outlook 2007/2010

Posted on 2011-09-02
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In a TSE 2003 Serveur with Outlook 2007, cache mode is disabled when connecting to an Exchange Server 2003

Which configuration (Outlook, Exchange and Windows Server) do I need to be allowed to enable cache mode in Outlook on a TSE Server ?

I am using hosted Exchange that is why I need to enable Exchange cache mode in Outlook for
performace issues

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I have been told it the option is NOT disabled on Outlook 2010 : TSE 2008 R2
any confirmation?
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It is disable by default but it can be enabled with a policy
 Read Using Outlook with Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services)

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee620554.aspx


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thanks to all
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