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    Access MS Outlook from Internet (Office 2003)

    Is it possible to create a Outlook form for a client (if they use MS Outlook) to be able to access & read/write to our database? The template will have fields for them to enter information and then send the form to us. I then want to be able to write their information and our remarks into the database.

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    Re: Access MS Outlook from Internet (Office 2003)

    Isn't this basically the same as <post:=586,934>post 586,934</post:> ?

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    Re: Access MS Outlook from Internet (Office 2003)

    I don't recall how you install forms from one person's library to another. However, there must be a way. <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>

    Once the other person has your form and saves fields into the item and sends them to you, then if you open the message with the correct form (either because the form was embedded or Outlook somehow magically matches them up), you should be able to easily access all the same fields in the item.

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