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Chapter 12. Customizing Outlook 2003 to ... > Administrator-Controlled Settings vs...

Administrator-Controlled Settings vs. User-Controlled Settings

In general, security settings defined by the user through the Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 user interface work as if they were added to the settings defined by the administrator. When there is a conflict between the two, the settings with a higher security level will override settings with a lower level of security.

Interactions between administrator settings and user settings

The following list describes some specific interactions between administrator security settings defined by using the Outlook Security template and security settings that a user defines in Outlook.


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