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By mwc ·
Outlook Form won't post to Public Folder
I have created a very extensive custom form in Outlook 2000 to be posted on an Exchange Server 5.5 server (NT 4.0) The form runs and works exactly as I want it to run. It just won't post to the public folder. I receive "The item could not be saved to this folder. The folder has been deleted or moved, or you do not have permission" This is bogus. I'm an MCSE and I have already eliminated ALL obvious folder permission issues. If I put a different genericform in it works so it is the form. What the heck can I do? The forms are too big to re-do. Someone must have seen this before.

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Oulook forms will not work with Exchange

by tlong In reply to Outlook Forms

To create and use custom forms in outlook that are posted to a public folder in exchange, you must use Microsoft Exchange Forms Designer. Outlook forms are 32bit and exchange forms are 16.

As far as I can tell the app is on the client application cd for exchange. I do not have a client app cd and can't find it anywhere for download.

If you have a client app cd, it should be in the efdsetup folder.

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Check Public Folder Properties

by Dragonlaird In reply to Outlook Forms

In Outlook - Check the properties of the Public Folder you're posting into. The first tab (General) has a combo to select the form to use when posting in the folder. If you have saved the form into your Organizational Forms Library youshould be ableto browse to find it. Also, the fourth tab (Forms) should have the form you've developed listed (add it if it's not).

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