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Upgrade to Outlook 2010 on Terminal Server

Posted on 2011-09-14
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Howdy,
We currently have a Server 2008 Terminal Server with Office 2003.  Several users work off of it using Outlook 2003.  We would like to upgrade to Outlook 2010 (leaving the other components at 2003).  What is the best method to accomplish this without (hopefully) having to reconfigure everyone's Outlook configuration.
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http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/17342/upgrade-office-2003-to-2010-on-xp-or-run-them-side-by-side/ has some information on installing some components of 2010 while leaving some 2003. The mail profiles that exist under Outlook 2003 should migrate to 2010 automatically, but I haven't tested this so I can't say if it will for sure.
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