I seriously doubt this is possible, but I have "higher ups" hounding about it.
A guy, at the end of his two weeks notice, archives his Outlook data from his old company and comes to work with us. Now, he wants to open the archive on our network. I've explained to them that I don't think it's possible because he's on a different domain with a different user name and password. Still, they will not let it rest.
I brought his DVD to my office and found the 1.5 GB .pst file. I pulled it from the DVD to my HD and removed the "Read-Only" attribute. Then, when I told Outlook to use it as a data file, it said I don't have access. So now, I feel like I've just confirmed what I said earlier about securities being an issue but I'm hoping that some of you can confirm.
Any and all information would be greatly appreciated.