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Outlook 2003 Profile Question-new to forum

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  1. dandtnor

    dandtnor Thread Starter

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    Hello all

    I am new to this forum and have a question. I want to be able to send and receive email from my work email remotely from home. I think I need to set up a profile using my home isp settings. Correct? Also is there a way in Outlook to set up two profiles one for home and one for work? And how do I send and receive from one and not the other?

    Sorry for all the questions. Can anyone help?

    Thank you
     
  2. Bob Cerelli

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    The details depends on what version of Outlook you have and how it is currently set up (Workgroup or Corporate Configuration)/
     
  3. dandtnor

    dandtnor Thread Starter

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    I using Outlook 2003. I am on an office network and my home isp is verizon. Does that help?
    thanks
     
  4. Bob Cerelli

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    When you first go into the e-mail configuration for Outlook2003, click on the Show Profiles button.

    From here you can add it additional profiles you can create.
     
  5. dandtnor

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    Thank you. If I do that and then send and receive will it check both profiles? I do I set this up so it will only check the profile that I am using at that time? Really appreciate your help
    david
     
  6. Bob Cerelli

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    You will start Outlook and select whichever profile you want to use.
     
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