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Hey,

As the topictitle describes, I would like to create a little script that has 2 options: mount PST and Unmount PST.

If I click on mount PST, it should load my PST file in my Outlook program, if I click unmount, it must unload it.

Nice catch is that I want this to work on several computers ...

Is it possible to do so ? And if yes, who could help me a little bit ?

Thanks in advance !


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Hey,

As the topictitle describes, I would like to create a little script that has 2 options: mount PST and Unmount PST.

If I click on mount PST, it should load my PST file in my Outlook program, if I click unmount, it must unload it.

Nice catch is that I want this to work on several computers ...

Is it possible to do so ? And if yes, who could help me a little bit ?

Thanks in advance !

Will Outlook be running already, or do you want to start it with commandline switches...?

Do you have any code started? What do you have so far?

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Hey,

As the topictitle describes, I would like to create a little script that has 2 options: mount PST and Unmount PST.

If I click on mount PST, it should load my PST file in my Outlook program, if I click unmount, it must unload it.

Nice catch is that I want this to work on several computers ...

Is it possible to do so ? And if yes, who could help me a little bit ?

Thanks in advance !

Outlook has a COM programming interface that would allow you to do just about anything... I've not done this, but I believe that the syntax for adding a new PST file to Outlook would be:

$oOutlook = ObjCreate("Outlook.Application")
$oNameSpace = $oOutlook.GetNamespace("MAPI")
$oNameSpace.AddStore "your-file.pst"
$oNameSpace = ""
$oOutlook = ""

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Outlook has a COM programming interface that would allow you to do just about anything... I've not done this, but I believe that the syntax for adding a new PST file to Outlook would be:

$oOutlook = ObjCreate("Outlook.Application")
$oNameSpace = $oOutlook.GetNamespace("MAPI")
$oNameSpace.AddStore "your-file.pst"
$oNameSpace = ""
$oOutlook = ""

Dale

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