On 9 Apr 2008, at 14:37, Phillip Gawlowski wrote:
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> James Tucker wrote:
> |> 2>Also I found this link http://support.microsoft.com/kb/237913  
> which
> |> says (The Outlook Object Model is unsuitable to run in a Windows
> |> service) that is very discouraging.
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> | I do not know the specifics, but doing my own work I recently ran  
> into
> | the issues of how sandboxed the services are.
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> Control Panel -> Administrative Tools -> Services.
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> Right click on the name of the service, click on the "Log on" tab, and
> change the credentials to the correct ones.
>
> Or: Run the script as Scheduled Task, instead..

That will not help with accessing user mode mounted devices (such as  
using subst, or certain network shares (read: parallels)).

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