Cached exchange mode

  • ljCharlie
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We are using Outlook 2003 with Exchange 2000 Server. I like to know the advantages and disadvantages of using cached exchange mode. Can anyone tell me or point me to a review of this feature? Will it slow my Outlook down because of the constantly synchronizing and downloading a copy from the exchange server to my local machine? We setup our profile to delete the Local Settings folder everytime when we log off our workstation. This means when logging back to our profile, Outlook will have to re-download all those emails from the Exchange server to our local machine, correct? Is there a way to redirect the location of those files that Outlook download to a different location so it's not deleted when the user log off from the workstation?

Any help is grateful!


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