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Find PST mapping in Registry

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May 6, 2005 11:24:04 AM

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Situation:

A user was part of DOMAIN A and is now part of DOMAIN B. DOMAIN A was
removed. That particular user's profile still exists on the computer but
since the computer is no longer part of the previous domain, he cannot log on
with the DOMAIN A account.

Problem:

I would like view his Outlook configuration to verify if he had been using a
PST and where it might be located. So, if I can't log onto his previous
account, where in the registry might I find his Outlook profile that
specifies whether he had a PST or not, and to where it is mapped>

Thanks,

JK
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May 7, 2005 1:26:54 AM

Archived from groups: microsoft.public.win2000.general (More info?)

You can import the *.pst file found by default in;
%userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook

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"JK" wrote:
| Situation:
|
| A user was part of DOMAIN A and is now part of DOMAIN B. DOMAIN A was
| removed. That particular user's profile still exists on the computer but
| since the computer is no longer part of the previous domain, he cannot log
on
| with the DOMAIN A account.
|
| Problem:
|
| I would like view his Outlook configuration to verify if he had been using
a
| PST and where it might be located. So, if I can't log onto his previous
| account, where in the registry might I find his Outlook profile that
| specifies whether he had a PST or not, and to where it is mapped>
|
| Thanks,
|
| JK
!