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Calling hosted Outlook 2010 from locally installed application

Posted on 2014-02-13
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Xenapp 6.5, Server 2008R2, using online plugin 11.0.150.5357 to stream applications to an XP SP3 machine.  

User has a locally installed application which automatically composes email using the system's default client.  You click the button and a preformatted message with attachment should come up.  I can't seem to get the application to call hosted Outlook despite best efforts.  I suspect it's using MAPI calls to do this and I've found some evidence that what I'm trying to do isn't possible, but I'd be amazed if there wasn't a way to manage this.  I do have content redirection enabled and there are 7 file types associated with Outlook, but since it's MAPI (I think) that's probably not relevant.  

Any suggestions on how to make this work?
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Dirk Kotte earned 500 total points
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i think this don't work.
Don't know any option for "mapi-redirection". Never seen this.
I think you have to install the app at the terminalserver/XenApp-server also.
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