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Drag and Drop email from Outlook to a Citrix Published App or TS RemoteApp

I need to figure out how drag and drop email from a local Outlook Client (2003/2007) to a published app via Citrix or RemoteApp.  I cannot copy and paste, the email has to be a drag and drop function from Outlook.
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KrAzYCommented:
From my understanding, you can't. Only copy/paste that works with the clipboard. Unless you publish Outlook on the same server.
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
How KrAzY says: not possible.
How about publishing Outlook?
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brainsurf1Author Commented:
Publishing Outlook would work however we run a load balancing environment so a lot of times outlook will launch from one server, my application from another, and that won't work.
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KrAzYCommented:
Have you enabled session sharing so each application opens on the same server?
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Dirk KotteSECommented:
if you use citrix and some things are correct configured you should reach the same server with the next application you start.

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brainsurf1Author Commented:
Not sure if session sharing is enabled.  Another problem with publishing Outlook is it's really slow as the mail server is at a different site and with Outlook 2003/2007 you cannot enable cached mode.  So this workaround doesn't really work for me.
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KrAzYCommented:
I don't have any other suggestions that are as easy as dragging/dropping from one application to another.
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brainsurf1Author Commented:
Wasn't what I was looking for but there may not be an answer.  Viable solutions were provided.
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