Sharing Templates

In some situations, you might find it useful to share templates with other users. For example, assume that you’re responsible for managing several people who all submit the same type of report to you on a regular basis through e-mail. In that situation, you might create an e-mail template with the appropriate boilerplate information and your address in the To box and then have the staff use that template to generate the reports. This ensures that everyone is providing comparable information. In addition, whenever you need a different set of data from these employees, you need only modify the template.

When Outlook 2007 is running on Windows Vista, Outlook 2007 stores your template files in the AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Templates ...

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