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Is it possible to add a network folder to Office Outlook 2010 folder list so that a user can drag and drop emails to a folder

I think it could be done in 2003, but cant seem to get it to work on 2010
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Is it possible to add a network folder to Office Outlook 2010 folder list so that a user can drag and drop emails to a folder - Yes there can be a PST place on a Network share

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by:aegissupport
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Thank you, that isnt really the solution the user is looking for.  What they want to do is have a folder in their mail profile that they can just drop an email into as a .msg file, without having to open up explorer every time
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Manpreet SIngh Khatra earned 100 total points
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Yes if you have a PST or a Outlook data files created and located in Local or Network drive you can surely drag and drop or even work a rule to send emails to that folder\file

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by:aegissupport
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I think you are correct, but this is the same as creating a standard pst file.  I believe you could just create a folder in Outlook 2003 that was a normal data folder.  Its a bit before my time though.

Thank you for your solutions
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by:Manpreet SIngh Khatra
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Your most welcome but only one way to have a folder in Outlook to drop MSG files

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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

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Please dont mind but if i gave the answer you should select it as answer if not please give a short Explanation and close it :)

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