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If you re having trouble locating your existing storage les, click File, Data File Management. In the Data Files dialog box, shown in Figure 2-11, select the le you want to locate, and then select the le location in the Filename column. If you can t see the entire path, drag the column border to expand the column. Alternatively, to go to the folder containing the le, select the le and click Open Folder. In the folder window, choose Tools, Folder Options. On the View tab of the Folder Options dialog box, select Display The Full Path In The Title Bar to view the fully quali ed path to the le. You can also use the Find/Search command in Windows to search for les with a .pst or an .ost extension.
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Figure 2-11. Locate your data les by using the Data Files dialog box.
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If you use Outlook 2007 with Exchange Server, your best option is to use your Exchange Server mail store as the storage location for your data instead of using a .pst le. However, if you use a roaming pro le, consider turning off Cached Exchange Mode or eliminating the use of an .ost le to reduce the excessive amount of traf c that would otherwise be required to transfer your mailbox data across the network. If you have a situation where you can t use Outlook 2007 to access your mailbox, you can turn to Outlook Web Access or Outlook Anywhere; both enable you to access your mailbox from a Web browser. See 44, Accessing Your Outlook Items Through a Web Browser, to learn more about Web-based mailbox access.
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Outlook 2007 provides excellent functionality for sharing information with others. Toward that end, you can share your data using a couple of different methods. Exchange Server users can con gure permissions for individual folders to allow speci c users to connect to those folders and view the data contained in them. You can also delegate access to your folders to allow an assistant to manage items for you in the folders. For example, you might have your assistant manage your schedule but not your tasks. In that case, you would delegate access for the Calendar folder but not for the Tasks folder.
For a detailed discussion of delegation, see 35, Delegating Responsibilities to an Assistant.
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If you use the same computer all the time, it s generally best to store your Outlook 2007 les on a local hard disk. In some situations, however, you will probably want to store them on a network share. For example, you might connect from different computers on the network and use a roaming pro le to provide a consistent desktop and user interface regardless of your logon location. (A roaming pro le allows your desktop con guration, documents, and other elements of your desktop environment to be duplicated wherever you log on.) In this situation, you (or the network administrator) would con gure your pro le to place your home folder on a network server that is available to you from all logon locations. Your Outlook 2007 les would then be stored on that network share, making them available to you on whichever computer you use to log on to the network. Placing your Outlook 2007 les on a server gives you the added potential bene t of incorporating your Outlook 2007 data les in the server s backup strategy.
2 Outlook Overview and Startup
Understanding Messaging Protocols
A messaging protocol is a mechanism that messaging servers and applications use to transfer messages. Being able to use a speci c e-mail service requires that your application support the same protocols the server uses. To con gure Outlook 2007 as a messaging client, you need to understand the various protocols supported by Outlook 2007 and the types of servers that employ each type. The following sections provide an overview of these protocols.
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