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navydaddy

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I use Outlook 2k at home and have figured out how to set up multiple accounts, but can't seem to figure out how to switch between the them. Can some one please help? :confused:
 

EAFiedler

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Hi navydaddy

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

File > Exit and Log off

should do that, unless you have multiple accounts set up in one profile?

Let me know if I am close :)
 

navydaddy

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I tried it, but there is only one option there. Exit, and it just shuts down the application.
Navydaddy
 

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So do you have one profile with multiple accounts?

Did you set up multiple email accounts or did you create multiple profiles?
 

navydaddy

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I would have to say i have one profile with multiple accounts. We only use one profile on the computer at this time. We just got cable internet and are trying to set things up so we each can access our own mail without having to switch users on the pc, just within outlook. I know i can do it in express, but I love the full version because of the calendar, tasker, and reminder functionality.
 

navydaddy

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I went to the site about managing multiple pop accounts and it helped me immensely. All I had to do was create a new view called "by account" and then sort incoming mail "by account" and set up a rule to move it to personal folders.
Thanks for your help, it is much appreciated. :) (y)
 
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