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Outlook 2003/2007 exchange RPC over http

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I need to setup my entire domain with a new outlook profile and do not want to do it where I have to touch each system and even worse sit at one system and set up several users. I need a way to use a GPO or some sort of script to setup each peron on each machine the they log into for their new email. 65% of our pc's are running Outlook 2007, the rest are running 2003. The new email server is offsite so I am using RPC over http. I used a prf file many years ago for 2003 but that was provided to me by the service provider so I do not know how to create a new PRF file.
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