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PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2003 5:55 pm    Post subject: OLK8, where is it and how do I open it.
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OLK8 is the default directory for saving email
attachments yet try to find it...I dare you. It has my
zip file that was saved there. Searches don't find the
folder, and I don't remember the saved file name. The
email is deleted. What ABSOLUTELY stupid design, by an
OBSCENELY unhelpful company. Where is OLK8. Find it and
I'll pay ANYONE other than a MS employee or underling for
the prize. There will be no more booty for Bill's
pirates.
Capt Bob
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 17, 2003 7:54 pm    Post subject: OLK8, where is it and how do I open it. [Login to view extended thread Info.]
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 >-----Original Message-----
 >OLK8 is the default directory for saving email
 >attachments yet try to find it...I dare you. It has my
 >zip file that was saved there. Searches don't find the
 >folder, and I don't remember the saved file name. The
 >email is deleted. What ABSOLUTELY stupid design, by an
 >OBSCENELY unhelpful company. Where is OLK8. Find it and
 >I'll pay ANYONE other than a MS employee or underling for
 >the prize. There will be no more booty for Bill's
 >pirates.
 >Capt Bob
 >.
 >
It's a temporary file that is radomly generated. Usually
this folder will be called OLKxxxx. x's being random. The
default location is under the temporary internet files
folder...but you won't see it unless you have an
attachment open along with Outlook. As soon as you close
Outlook the folder goes bye-bye.
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