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Outlook 2000/2003 upgrade question

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by cvoptimus, Aug 25, 2007.

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  1. cvoptimus

    cvoptimus Thread Starter

    Aug 21, 2002
    I'm hoping someone with long term experience with Outlook can help me answer a question about a web scripting feature that was apparently accessible through Outlook 2000.

    I have a part time job in a small bookstore, and to help a coworker fix a problem with his e-mails in a corrupted Outlook 2000 installation, I used an Office 2003 Standard disc licensed to the store to upgrade his Outlook and this quickly fixed his e-mail problem.

    However, later he came to me and described a feature within Outlook 2000 that was apparently missing in the upgrade. In Outlook 2000 he was able to select under "Favorites"
    a website announcing sales and events at the bookstore and by entering a password access a simple web scripting program from within Outlook that allowed him to make changes to this website.

    The "Favorites" toolbar no longer appears in Outlook 2003.

    Since I have never used Outlook, I only had a vague idea of what he was describing and no idea how to recommend a solution.

    Is anyone familiar with this feature? Can you tell me if it still exists within Outlook 2003 and how to find it or has that function been assigned to another program entirely?

    Please let me know.
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