Quote:> Has anyone seen a manager for Exchange Profiles that would allow
> multiple people to access their mail accounts via a "shared" computer?
> (about 30 people in the Warehouse and other sections that don't have a
> computer of their own) I just need something that can make it easy
> enough for a forklift driver to be able to check his e-mail without
> having to go through the rigormole of logging on, waiting on exchange
> to load, logging out, etc....
Create a mail profile for each user on the PC in question. When you're
configuring the Exchange Server service, go to the Advanced tab and
deselect the 'Use network security during login' checkbox. This will cause
a user to be prompted for a account, password, and domain when they attempt
to access a mailbox. Next, go into Outlook/Exchange and go to the
Tools/Options menu. Go to the General tab, and select the option to Prompt
for a profile at startup. This will cause a dialog box to come up when the
mail program is opened, with a drop box containing all the profiles defined
on the PC. Selecting one will then bring up the password box. With the
network security option off, nobody will be able access anybody else's
mailbox unless they know that person's NT account password.