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You can certainly store the Outlook data files on "D", but some parts of it are going to remain on "C", regardless.
I have a similar situation in that I use several different versions of Windows on my desktop and want to be able to access the OneNote files from all the versions -- without replicating the data files. This is done in OneNote in the options by telling it where to store the different Note files. But still, I have to have an installed version of OneNote in the OS partition of each Windows version.
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