Hello Palcouk, Sorry, that is the way to change the location, but not the way to change the Outlook default default location.
Archive file: field, a REG_binary entry for the path is added to the following reg key: i believe that this is just "keeping track" of the last known path, because deleting the entry and adding my own does not change the default displayed in the.
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outlook If you want to change where your default data file is go to File Account outlook Settings Account Settings Dropdown and you can change where the email, data, and lots of other files.We working withs pst's on the network over 15 years and they works fine.Im not sure default what Outlook 2010 does on earlier versions of Windows, but Outlook 2007 and earlier defaulted to C:Documents location and Settings username Local SettingsApplication DataMicrosoftOutlook. .And though the choices were grayed out due to GPO disabling AutoArchive (which is what we want I could see that the field outlook for.All Outlooks versions supports support nezworks location.Mar 21, 2013, hello forum, We are deploying Outlook as part of Office 2010 SP1 via a pre-configured MSP file.Still looking windows for answers here, and figured I would update.How satisfied are you with this response?Archive file: field when I re-launch Outlook and attempt to manually create.What are you asking? . I also checked, file - Options - Advanced - AutoArchive Settings.
That path is burned into location my brain.
Perhaps retain the current location and configure a backup to that network location (OL should be closed quantum when any backup is run).You must log in or register to reply here.In case anyone else is looking to do this, here we go: In the top left quantum of Outlook, click on brotherhood File.Probably because its a pst archive and it needs added using a prf.This was really getting me down and I figured it was one of those small issues that had a solution, so ebook today I finally decided to investigate.This tip could save you a few seconds each time you save an attachment.I feel my productivity soaring already.Archive and, autoArchive are the same.All users (mote than 10'000) are they old archives on a connected network drive.You say default for Outlook in your first post so that makes me think you want it installed somewhere else. NB You should be aware the MS does not support a pst usage over a network as episodes it can does lead to corruption location of the pst.