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Outlook Fustration

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Nvisible, Apr 13, 2004.

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  1. Nvisible

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    I know there is a way to do this but I am not sure of how to do it and as you can imagine I have pulled my hair out tyring to figure it out on my own...

    Any way I am trying to get out look to run in the background....I know that it can be done becouse were I use to work had it that way when you minimized it disapeared and ran in the back ground then a lil icon would appear when you got new mail over by your clock... The only way I can do this is to minimise it and it stay on your task bar and with as many pop ups as you get messing around on the web I always seem to accidently close it any way can some one please help thank you


    I know some one will ask so

    it is Outlook 2000
    I am running XP Pro
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    Well, then they used a 3rd party application to do it, Nvisible.

    Sorry.

    Try www.slipstick.com for 3rd-party apps for Outlook.
     
  3. XL Guru

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    I found reports that Outlook 2K can't do this by itself.

    You could try this add-on

    http://www.eldblom.dk/path/

    NB - the MSKB article link on the page is dead.

    HTH,
    Andy
     
  4. Nvisible

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    I will take a look I will let you know thank you
     
  5. Nvisible

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    Worked Great exactly what I wanted thank you very much
     
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