explorer does not find any OST or PST file on the machine when doing a
I go into exchange administrator, and I can see all his mail is still in
the exchange server mailbox.
we physically disconnected the machine from the network, and were still
able to read the offline mail, so there's got to be an OST file there,
I just can't find it. I wonder if windows 2000 is hiding it somehow.
perhaps some sort of encryption setting would do this?
> >Outlook 2000 on Win2000, accessing exchange server 5.5.
> >I have it set up with an OST file under
> >Tools-Services-Exchange-Advanced-Offline folder settings.
> >I choose "work offline" when I start outlook, and I can see all the
> >email there, so things seem to be working, but when I browse through the
> >operating system, the OST file isn't there. The folders it's supposed
> >to be in don't exist either. Any way I can confirm the existence of
> >this OST file?
> When you do a search for it, does explorer find it? Is mail being
> delivered to the server (which would be in an OST file) or locally to
> a PST file?
> Chris Scharff, MVP-Exchange
> Senior Systems Consultant
> Simpler-Webb, Inc.
> Exchange FAQ: http://www.swinc.com/resource/exch_faq.htm