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Keeping organization configuration in outlook

I need to format my laptop in order to install a fresh copy from Vista Business because my account is restricted to do any thing on the system
my problem is Outlook!
the Outlook configured to our company exchange server...
So, is there any way to keep the outlook configuration in the new OS to be able to login my organization email?
NB: there is something about certification I think.
Sorry for my bad English :(

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  • moselhy Feb 02, 2010

    Dear,
    I know what you say of-curse, I backed-up the mailbox contents and the global address book,
    my plan is:
    1.Format
    2. Install a fresh OS copy (Vista or XP).
    3. Install Microsoft office 2007.
    4. Configure Outlook to use it with my company exchange server.

    I have the exchange server details (username, password, domain name .... etc).

    my problem is in point number 4 because I think there is something about certification must be installed on my laptop.

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Note...if u format ur HD u will lose all info in it along with that u will lose all application and associated setups in that....Outlook is part of that and u need to reset ur mailbox details again to get back outlook mail.....u need to be very clear on that
if u dont know how to setup ur mail box in outlook i suggest u dont format ur disk

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

  • Suresh Ayyar Feb 03, 2010

    in that case u need to check with ur mail admin guys, they can guide u better....every co has it's own process/policies to access mails from outside their domain system.

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