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    Assigning where to have the mail delivered to (Outlook 2000, 2002, and Exp

    <img src=/S/hello.gif border=0 alt=hello width=25 height=29> Guys

    In all of the Office apps, well at least Excel and Word, one can specify the "Working Folder" for the application. Its the folder that this application will save and open files to by defualt.

    Is there the same setting for OutLook? Also the addressbook, and any user stuff, I would like to have them in the My DocumentsOutlook... so that they get backed up from the same place.

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    Wassim
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    Re: Assigning where to have the mail delivered to (Outlook 2000, 2002, and

    Part of the version was truncated; it matters whether you are using Outlook "stand-alone" or as client to Exchange server.

    For Outlook 2000 (Internet Mail Only): OL2000: (IMO) How to Move Your Personal Folders
    For Outlook 2000 (Corporate Workgroup): OL2000: (CW) How to Move Your Personal Folders File to a Network Server
    For Outlook 2002: see OL2002: How to Move Your Personal Folders

    Outlook saves some stuff in a fixed location (I think); on my system (Windows XP/Office XP) it is Cocuments and Settings<HansV>Application DataMicrosoftOutlook

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    Re: Assigning where to have the mail delivered to

    You may wish to know that, from Outlook 2000 onwards, you can specify which folder is used when you open Outlook attachments. Details are in this thread. HTH
    Gre

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