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MS Outlook 2007 - Using PST for mail delivery/Calendar Issues

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by jsonghas, Apr 8, 2010.

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  1. jsonghas

    jsonghas Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    I am trying to determine if you can have mail delivered to a PST folder but have Calendar requests updated to the Exchange server calendar folder. I have an end-user who would like to maintain the setup where the mail goes to his PST file, but when he accepts appointments and etc. they should show up on the Exchange server Calendar so others can see his availability for meeting requests. Is this possible? In the past, I have advised users to have mail delivered to server and then move mail items to PSTs with rules or archiving to management storage.
     
  2. srhoades

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    That will work. The exchange server still gets updated it's just that all his mail/contacts/calendar will be saved to his local PST file instead of the server. However OWA will be blank for that user and he risks losing all his Outlook data is something happens to that PST file. I really don't see why he needs it that way.
     
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