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Sending a link to a public folder document via email

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RTJLN1N0ZXZl

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I've got a user that says that before we migrated from Ex2003 to Ex2007, they

were able to right click on a word document post in a public folder and

select an option to "Send link" to the item in an email. I have a test

network setup with my old exchange environment and nowhere do I see this

option available. Does anybody out there know what this might be?
 
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Nikki Peterson

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Could it be that the client used a small free app called

"Outlook Linker"? I loved this little guy and used it myself.

It can be found at TeamScope site:

http://www.teamscope.com/otherpro/utilities.asp#linker

Nikki

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I've got a user that says that before we migrated from Ex2003 to Ex2007,

they

were able to right click on a word document post in a public folder and

select an option to "Send link" to the item in an email. I have a test

network setup with my old exchange environment and nowhere do I see this

option available. Does anybody out there know what this might be?
 
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RTJLN1N0ZXZl

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Nikki -

Most likely not as we don't allow third party applications like that to be

installed on our machines...thanks though....it looks like a handy tool!

"E2K7Steve" wrote:


> I've got a user that says that before we migrated from Ex2003 to Ex2007, they
> were able to right click on a word document post in a public folder and
> select an option to "Send link" to the item in an email. I have a test
> network setup with my old exchange environment and nowhere do I see this
> option available. Does anybody out there know what this might be?
>
 
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