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Windows 7: Accessing MS Outlook 2010 from Network Sever (Netgear ReadyNASDuo)

29 Jun 2011   #1

windows 7 64
Accessing MS Outlook 2010 from Network Sever (Netgear ReadyNASDuo)

Accessing MS Outlook 2010 from Network Sever (Netgear ReadyNASDuo)

Hi All

I have 2 questions


I have just setup my Netgear ReadyNAS Duo sever. I have 2 PC's and 1 laptop. And I want to setup Microsoft Office 2010 so that all my emails get saved directly to the sever and I am able to access my emails on any of my PC's or laptop.

So far I have put the .pst file on to the sever, and I have setup the first ok and everything seems to be working well. I have directed Outlook to open the file from the sever.

But I have run into a problem with the setup of the other PC and Laptop.

The first part of the setup went well. I directed Outlook to the correct file path, as per first picture
Accessing MS Outlook 2010 from Network Sever (Netgear ReadyNASDuo)-1.png

The email was successfully sent, as second picture
Accessing MS Outlook 2010 from Network Sever (Netgear ReadyNASDuo)-2.png

But I got this error message, as per third picture
Accessing MS Outlook 2010 from Network Sever (Netgear ReadyNASDuo)-3.png

I have done the same process on both PC and laptop and have got the same results and now I don't know what to do. I know it can be done because at work I can access my emails from any PC, although our sever at work is like 100 times the size of mine and we done have any IT guys at work that I can ask


Now for the second question... since I have finally got my server setup I want to import my archived .pst files that I saved prior to my HDD died (hence why I got the server).
How do I go about this? Can It be done? I am not a highly technical person, but I think I have done well so far. I am hoping this is not to hard to do!!!!

Many Thanks In Advance


P.S Sorry the PC that had Outlook installed properly is Windows 7 64bit. The Laptop is also Windows 7 64bit and the other PC is Windows 7 but 32Bit.

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01 Jul 2011   #2
Microsoft MVP

Windows 7 Ult. x64

Hi Peter,

A few questions:

1. Is the NAS mapped as A:\?
2. In the NAS, wwere there options to allow the user (you presumably) full access permissions? What sort of permissions do you have for the NAS drive?

My System SpecsSystem Spec
01 Jul 2011   #3

windows 7 64

Hi Golden

Thanks for the reply

1. yes
2. not sure.. there wasn't a great deal of instructions on the setup or use the NAS. I am trying to figure it out now I will get back to you


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