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Stand-Alone App for USB Keys

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Stand-Alone App for USB Keys
Is there a way to run this as a stand-alone application from a USB drive?
Stephen, yes it is possible. Just copy all installation folder's content (you can see it in standalone launcher shortcut's properties) to your flash drive. Please note that you'll need to have Outlook installed on target machines in order the product to work.
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