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What are the various types of Outlook form libraries available?
There are three types of Outlook form libraries are available, they are (i) Organizational Forms Libraries (2) Personal Form Libraries (3) Folder Libraries.
What is an Organizational Forms Library?
Some of the examples are, a standard supply request form can be stored in an organizational forms library or a form used to report vacation time etc.
Why to use Organizational Forms Library?
If we publish the forms at Organizational forms library it will used throughout the enterprise-wide. Org. forms library acts as the centralized library or repository. Saving to this library provides a quick and easy way to distribute and update forms.
How to use the forms enterprise-wise or throughout the organization?
Where these libraries stored in Exchange?
Exchange stores these libraries in the EFORMS REGISTRY system folder.
Note: In Exchange Server 2003, you can only create organizational forms libraries in the system folders subtree of the Public Folders tree. Even if you have created new public folder hierarchies to work with the organizational forms libraries, only the Public Folders tree supports the EFORMS REGISTRY system folder.
What are the permissions required to view or use this?
Org. forms library is stored on the Microsoft Exchange Server-based computer. The administrator must give you permissions to publish to the Organizational Forms Library. This permission is typically given to only some individuals or a department that manages the Exchange server-based computer
Note: You can't publish forms to the Organizational Forms library unless the systems administrator grants you permission.
Multi-languages support for Organizational Forms Library?