[Samba] problem with logon and outlook
bowens at navtech.com
Fri Dec 6 18:23:01 GMT 2002
It should be, maybe do a search for all *.pst files on your machine to see
if you can find a newer one. Also if you are using roaming profiles check
in your profile folder on the server. After you delete a profile it looses
its settings. You are creating the profile again for the first time so all
the settings for that profile need to be recreated.
From: Tyler Durdin [mailto:linuxgeek23 at hotmail.com]
Sent: Friday, December 06, 2002 12:13 PM
To: bowens at navtech.com
Subject: RE: [Samba] problem with logon and outlook
I am using Win XP so the old .pst should be under Documents and Settings
Application Data Microsoft and Outlook, correct? I tried to load the old
.pst file and the only thing it gave me was an inbox with a couple of pieces
of mail from july. Is there somewhere else that should have the newer data.
Also, shouldn't I be able to login to the XP machine somehow with the old
username or admin account and pull off the info?
>From: "Owens, Bob" <bowens at navtech.com>
>To: "'Tyler Durdin'" <linuxgeek23 at hotmail.com>
>Subject: RE: [Samba] problem with logon and outlook
>Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2002 12:07:36 -0600
>You will have to resetup the outlook account but make sure to use your old
>*.pst if you are not on an exchange server.
>From: Tyler Durdin [mailto:linuxgeek23 at hotmail.com]
>Sent: Friday, December 06, 2002 12:05 PM
>To: samba at lists.samba.org
>Subject: [Samba] problem with logon and outlook
>I had a problem logging on to the network, it was not getting my roaming
>profile, so I created a new logon and copied all of the information from
>old profile directory to the new login profile directory. I logged on and
>everything seemed okay, it's like loggin on to the machine for the first
>time. When I start up MS Outlook my email account is not there, it asks me
>to setup a new account, how do I get outlook to find my email settings from
>the old login? I copied them from the old profile on the samba machine to
>the new one so everything should be there,but I cannot figure it out.
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