An Outlook URL that links from Web page to Public Folder

An Outlook URL that links from Web page to Public Folder

Post by MSJ » Sat, 05 Feb 2000 04:00:00



I have seen the code below several times, but it makes no mention of
connecting to a public store or public folder Item. Can this be done?

 MSJ
To link to this module:                         Use this code:

the Inbox                                               Outlook:inbox

the Contacts list                                     Outlook:contacts

the Calendar                                          Outlook:calendar

a mailbox folder
outlook:foldername\subfolder (for example, outlook:mytasks\inprogress)

a specific message in your mail folder      outlook:inbox/~subject of
message

a specific contact in your Contacts folder outlook:contacts/~name of contact

 
 
 

An Outlook URL that links from Web page to Public Folder

Post by Diane Poremsky [MVP-Outlook » Sat, 05 Feb 2000 04:00:00


outlook:\\Public%20Folders\All%20Public%20Folders\Mail

opens it in a new window though. %20 is required for spaces.


Quote:> I have seen the code below several times, but it makes no mention of
> connecting to a public store or public folder Item. Can this be done?

>  MSJ
> To link to this module:                         Use this code:

> the Inbox                                               Outlook:inbox

> the Contacts list                                     Outlook:contacts

> the Calendar                                          Outlook:calendar

> a mailbox folder
> outlook:foldername\subfolder (for example, outlook:mytasks\inprogress)

> a specific message in your mail folder      outlook:inbox/~subject of
> message

> a specific contact in your Contacts folder outlook:contacts/~name of
contact


 
 
 

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