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PST files vs. PST files - 22.Jan.2001 6:31:00 AM   
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Hello Exchange Brains!
Please advice on using OST or PST files for
the following situation:
Consider an organisation with users located in two different cities, connected by a WAN,
but only one Exchange 5.5 server.
For sure, users in the non-server city will have problems using their e-mails.

What is the best method for them:
to use OST files or PST files on their desktop hard disk, while connecting to the Exchange server in the remote city?

Please note some PROs and CONs before I decide.
Thank you,
Daniel

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RE: PST files vs. PST files - 29.Jan.2009 10:00:57 AM   
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ORIGINAL: Guest

Hello Exchange Brains!
Please advice on using OST or PST files for
the following situation:
Consider an organisation with users located in two different cities, connected by a WAN,
but only one Exchange 5.5 server.
For sure, users in the non-server city will have problems using their e-mails.
What is the best method for them:
to use OST files or PST files on their desktop hard disk, while connecting to the Exchange server in the remote city?
Please note some PROs and CONs before I decide.
Thank you,
Daniel

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Post #: 2

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