I have some problem with sharing file 'outlook.pst' in little corporate LAN.
I use this configuration for e-mails:
- LAN is formed from 5 PCs and its Peer-to-peer
- one PC is used as "E-mail server" and it shares file 'outlook.pst' with other Outlooks on other PCs
- so every Outlook uses the same PST file
- some PCs have installed Outlook 2000 and some Outlook 2003
Everything was allright till yesterday.
If I open any Outlook 2000 now, I can work with mails but when I escapes Outlook 2000, it still remains in processes of Windows (XP). So when I want to open Outlook on other PC, warning message of using PST file with other application appears. Than I have to finish process OUTLOOK.EXE in "CLRT+ALT+DEL Screen".
But this problem doesnt appear on Outlook 2003. If I open e-mails with 2003 version, I can easyly close it and open on other PC.
I dont know where is problem. Is something wrong with Outlook 2000? I noticed that PST file size exceeded 300.000.000 Bytes yesterday. Could the problem relate to PST file size? I tried to compress PST file then reinstall whole MS Office, but it still doesnt work. I dont know what to do.
I hope you understand my problem and I hope someone out there knows the solution.
Thanks to everyone for answer!
Edited by lemmonade, 07 October 2005 - 06:37 AM.