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>Great thanks. When I don't have the Outlook Web Server installed, where
>should I place the forms files?
Maybe I misunderstood your original question. OWA has little to do with
custom forms for Exchange server.
Quote:> Exactly how does Exchange need these files to be used for the Clients?
The clients will need access to the forms in order to use them. A common
way to accomplish this is to publish them in a public folder where it can be
accessed by those needing the form.
Quote:>I'm sorry, I'm not really sure how the forms work for Exchange....thanks
for all >of you help. I really appreciate it.
The forms provide a way to obtain and display information you desire. You
create the custom input form that a user can fill out. Then you create the
manner in which the data collected will be displayed.
>> Both Exchange client and Outlook can use forms designed by their related
>> utility, meaning use the Outlook forms designer for Outlook, and the
>> Exchange client forms designer for Exchange client.
>> Andrew Willy
>> > Hi there. We need to have somekind of forms for the users for
>> >things like leave slips, schedule changes, etc. I understand that Forms
>> >Designer can be used for this. We're running Exchange5.5 with Exchange
>> >Client 4.0 for Win95. Can the Forms Designer be used with the Exchange
>> >Client, or must it use the Outlook client? Thanks for any help you may
>> >have. Thanks