[THIN] Re: OST Files

What we do is install outlook locally for the laptop users and have them
open it and then min it and leave it open.  Then open their citrix
Outlook and run from there for the day.  I set the Outlook to be offline
and to sync all their folders every 30 min and then tell the users to
press send/receive once more before they shutdown.
 
Bruce Jarrett-Norton

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        Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 1:48 PM
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        Subject: [THIN] Re: OST Files
        
        
        I found this while looking for it one day and just accepted it
as fact...
         
        "Offline store (OST) files. 

        Features that rely on the OST (for example, Cached Exchange Mode
and Offline) are not supported with Terminal Services."

        http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/assistance/HA011402681033.aspx

         
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        Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 1:44 PM
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        Subject: [THIN] OST Files
        
        

        We are presently running Presentation Server 3.0 with NFUSE -
and I have a couple users that want to use OST files with Outlook2003
for off line use and synchronization.  Is there any easy way to
configure this thru citrix???  Or are there any Pro/Cons worth
mentioning?  

        TIA

         

         

         

         

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