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Outlook 2003 Multiple Account Access

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by outlookquestions, Aug 17, 2012.

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    Aug 17, 2012
    I work at a company (500+ employees) and on one of our XP machines we run Microsoft Outlook 2003. We used to have it setup so when you started Outlook, it prompted for a Username and Password, and anyone could use their Exchange login to access their email. After we reformatted the computer, I can no longer get this to work. It only lets me log on to a specific exchange account that I have setup in in the "Email Account" settings. It still prompts for a username and password, but only the account that is set up logs in. It rejects any other login. All of us work off the same server and the same Domain and it was extremely convenient that anyone could log on to their email from this machine. How can i get this functionality back? Is there a setting I am missing?

    Essentially I want to be able to access any account on our internal exchange server (one at a time, not simultaneously) without setting up each account individually.

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