Ok... here it goes... I had to hack into it! Thx Philip! ------- This brings a good question to mind. My users are fairly well trained on putting their emails into PST, and rules etc. Problem being, a lot of fairly important emails end up in PST which isn't a problem for local users, I put the PST on user shares, and it ends up part of our backup cycle. The problem occurs with laptop users who work from home "networkless" on weekends, and in the evenings, who need access to their PST files offline, yah, I can move their PST back to their local PC, but then I lose the capability to backup that PST, and lost PST's can sometimes mean the end of the world for some of these people. Just kind of want to see what everyone else does about this situation. I have implemented the PST backup applet, but with users who have multiple PST's in the GIG range, this can be a lengthy process, and fairly bandwidth intensive. Thanks, Phillip B. Roberts Network Administrator -----Original Message----- From: Alfonso Lopez de Ayala Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 1:53 PM To: '[ExchangeList]' Subject: RE: [exchangelist] RE: Where to save e-mails: Public Folders or N etwo rk Shares ??? Robert Philip (IBM) -- that e-mail says "Can't open this item. Your Digital ID name cannot be found in the underlying security system" ... can you send a regular e-mail (anyone else having trouble opening this one)? A.- -----Original Message----- From: Mark Fugatt [mailto:mark@xxxxxxxxx] Sent: Friday, February 07, 2003 1:26 PM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] RE: Where to save e-mails: Public Folders or N etwo rk Shares ??? http://www.MSExchange.org/ This is a multi-part message in MIME format.