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Outlook (Office 2000 S.B.) Multiple Accounts

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by kevb8ll, Jan 14, 2002.

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  1. kevb8ll

    kevb8ll Thread Starter

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    Can they be done ? Or am I stuck to one account. I haven't sussed how to do it if you can.

    Kev
     
  2. theMusicMan

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    Hi Kev

    Welcome to TSG - not been here too long myself but great support is what you'll get from everyone here.

    I am using multiple accounts on MS Outlook 2000 with no problem. Excuse me if I am teaching granny to suck eggs but try this.....

    Tools>Accounts> then click Add > Mail and let the wizard run through the rest of the account set-up.

    What OS are you on - these instructions apply to MS XP but I am sure they would apply to other OS's running MS Outlook 2000.

    John
     
  3. RandyG

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    Of course they can be done.

    In Internet Mail Only mode, just go to Tools, Accounts, Mail Tab, click Add, Mail and then fill in the necessary info.

    I haven't use Corporate mode in a while, but I seem to recall it being the same.

    This allows you to access all the accounts at the same time.

    If you want to setup different accounts, depending on who is logged onto the computer, that's slightly different.


    Take a look at:

    OL2000: (IMO) How to Set Up Internet Mail Accounts

    OL2000: How to Tell What Type of Outlook Setup You Have

    OL2000: (CW) User Profiles and Information Services

    OL2000: (IMO) How to Create a New E-mail Account with Internet Only Support
     
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