MS Outlook 2003, .pst files

Posted on 2011-10-06
Last Modified: 2013-02-16
how do you restrict .pst file access Outlook 2003 - unicode for Xp
Question by:Anthony_S
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    by:Em Man
    Hi Anthony,

    Love to help, but can you give us more details?

    You can actually put a password protect on that PST file.
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    In short you cant

    PST Restrictions are on all .pst files regardless of Unicode or Non Unicode

    If you restrict one, you restrict the other
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    User asked to Restrict Unicode PSTs.

    Although, you can restrict users from using pst files, you cannot restrict only Unicode PSTs or only NON Unicode PSTs as both have the same extension ".pst"

    The restriction applies to both

    Considering this an "You Cannot" Answer has been provided.

    apache09Posted on 2011-11-10 at 12:45:22ID: 37111183

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