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    oulook Form Design (Outlook 2000 / Exchange 2000)

    Hi All,

    I have a problem in one of my public folders.

    we have a contacts list in this specific folder which use designed outlook forms.

    when i click new, i do not get a blank sheet to work on, i get one that already exists.

    can anyone help?

    regards,

    David Aitchison

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    Re: oulook Form Design (Outlook 2000 / Exchange 20

    Could someone have saved data into the form, or changed the default form? (Outlook also has a forms cache, so if it is happening only on one PC, you could search here for the trick to flush out the forms cache.)

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    Re: oulook Form Design (Outlook 2000 / Exchange 20

    Hi,

    No, it happens on all PCs, so its something server side.

    It could be that the default form has been over written, where is this form and how do i restore it?

    thanks in advance

    David

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    Re: oulook Form Design (Outlook 2000 / Exchange 20

    > where is this form and how do i restore it?

    Unfortunately, I don't know how Exchange Server stores forms, nor how you could selectively restore an overwritten form from a backup (assuming that is even possible). As a workaround, you could rename the form in the public folder, open it, clear the unwanted data, and republish the "clean" version in the public folder.

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