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Topic # 245579 11-Feb-2019 16:22
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Outlook : uncached mode still creates an OST !!

Anyone know why ?
And since the OST is there , is that a local copy usuable if Outlook is offline ?

Just wondering, not an actual issue.


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  Reply # 2176619 11-Feb-2019 16:29
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OST allows you to view and interact with some of your mailbox content if Outlook is offline.  




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  Reply # 2176910 12-Feb-2019 09:05
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Yep, I know the OST is a local store

 

but, in Outlook uncached mode/setup there should be no OST, as its online/live only .
Thats the whole point of uncached .

 

Ive had cases of Outlook bugs , were things worked better in uncached mode/setup. Yet the OST was still created .
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  Reply # 2176914 12-Feb-2019 09:19
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What's your local policy look like for Microsoft Outlook.  There's a setting there to allow/deny creating an OST.  In Cached Mode settings there's a few options on what to do with the OST, e.g. no OST or simple OST for Calendar, etc. 


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