make public folder default ? ?

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SBS 2003
i have an sbs 2003 in my organization. and my users use excange with outlook 2003 and public folder. every user have is personal "contact" in outlook and public "contact" that came from our public folder. the users makes a lot of mistake with inserting new contact to outlook and one time its get into them personal and one time to them public. ofcourse the public folder "cntact list" is shred among the users, so... i want to reduce the mistake by: 1. make the public folder contact list the default in outlook, and make outlook go firstly to the "public contact list" insted of the personal, whenever we open outlook. 2. in some machine i want to make the personal contact list dissapear so users could not mistake at all.. so i can i do it ? ? thanks

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How familiar are you with group policy? We have something similar going with Outlook 2007 after we loaded the extensions into our schema we had all sorts of new gp options to configure. I would assume they are available with 2003 but I am not sure.

Have you updated your schema?

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