It worked for me, however others were getting an error -
cannot open this helper application "outlook.....". Checked
TechNet (Q198275) and the fix as follows:
Use %2520 to represent a space instead of %20, example:
s/TestFolder">Link to folder</A>
Note: for links to individual items, add the "Subject" line
after the folder name separated by a slash "/" and tilde
> Same way as long as you're running Internet Explorer.
> <A Href="outlook://Public%20Folders/All Public%20Folders/.
. .">Link to
> or your other choice is:
> <A Href="outlook:EntryID of the Folder">Link to PF</A>
> If you don't have IE as your browser, you can use Outlook
Web Access to show
> the folder in a web browser.
> Looking for a good book on Exchange/Outlook/ADSI
> Check out:
> > Does anyone know how to add a link (HTML Syntax) in a
> > Page to a
> > Public Folder? In an e-mail note, we can point
> > to a public folder by adding <OUTLOOK://Public
> > Public Folders/>, how do you provide this in HTML "<A
> > HREF..." link?
> > Any help will be appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Paul