outlook personal settings
I know Outlook is not a supported, but since this problem derives (I think) from the use of network drives, maybe someone can answer my question...
I just installed Outlook on my office computer. Superficially it is working OK, but the program is not retaining my default settings. So if I change the calendar view to 5 days/week, or add/remove columns for how my contact list is displayed, or make any changes to any of the folders, those are lost when I move to another folder. I've tried the 3Rs already (restarting, rebooting, reinstalling).
I ran into a very similar problem with Word and Powerpoint when I got the new computer, but I know enough about those programs that I could put settings files where they needed to be (if I remember correctly, which I may not, had to do with the program being on C drive but looking at F drive for settings files). But I can't find anywhere in Outlook to tell it where to look for the .pst file....
I am not sure however why locating the settings on the F: drive would be a problem. Office shouldn't care that the files are on a network drive...
I checked with my home computer and the directions should also work for Outlook 2007 as well. File -> Data Management will allow you to change the location there too.
|All times are GMT -4. The time now is 04:22 PM.|
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.5.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Drew University is not responsible for the content of posts made on this site. All posts and comments reflect the opinion of the author.