24 Mei 2012 18:24
I have found a small problem with outlook 2010 message classifications. An exchange 2010 environment with Outlook 2010 clients. While the OWA has the message classifications and can be given to email messages. Outlook 2010 I did the reg hack as in this TechNet page:
And I have tested the system after applying the Reg Hack to Outlook and the system, I can see the message classification when sent form OWA. But when I try and make an Email form Outlook 2010 I cant apply the message classification to the email. What am I missing?
28 Mei 2012 3:29Moderator
In the Technet article about registry key:
Please modify the key path 12.0->14.0 first.
Then "AdminClassificationPath"="c:\\Classifications.xml" ->"AdminClassificationPath"="c:\Classifications.xml"
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29 Mei 2012 11:00
I have done the changes to the Registry in the 14.0 and removed the extra "\". Still no dice, I can see what I have created in OWA. But unable to create a new email message in outlook 2010 with a/c privileged. Is there something I am missing drm? Because once enabled it and got the permissions to work, but kept on trying to send me to windows live. not use my Exchange 2010 a\c that I made. Any thoughts?
01 Agustus 2012 21:04
I'm encountering the same issue, with the same configuration. Outlook 2010 (14.4760.1000) 32 Bit, connected to an Exchange 2010 SP1 mailbox. I can create a message from within OWA and assign the "Company Internal" classification, send it to myself and I get the message tip that's associated with the classification to display within Outlook. When I attempt to create a new message from within Outlook, I do not have any of the default message classifications like "Company Internal". I've applied the perscribed registry modifications, and ensured that the path to the xml file is correct, and that I have full access to the xml file.