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MS Outlook Annoyances


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#1 shamrock838

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Posted 23 February 2010 - 05:55 PM

MS Outlook 2003 Annoyances:

I recently had to reinstall MS Outlook 2003 on my laptop, which runs under Win XP Pro.

1. Outlook 2003 now automatically opens in the “Personal Folders – Outlook Today.” How can I have it open directly into the “Inbox” instead?

2. When in “Inbox,” I’d like to see the “Send/Receive” button displayed in a toolbar again. [I do see the “Send” button in the “Untitled Message” screen when creating a new message.]

Thanks.

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Posted 23 February 2010 - 06:05 PM

1. In Outlook 2000 the setting is under Tools - Options - Other Tab - Advanced Options button
Change Start Up in this Folder to whatever you would like.
Should be similar in 2003

Not sure about #2

Hope this helps
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Posted 23 February 2010 - 10:05 PM

1. In Outlook 2000 the setting is under Tools - Options - Other Tab - Advanced Options button
Change Start Up in this Folder to whatever you would like.
Should be similar in 2003

Not sure about #2

Hope this helps

1. Bingo! Thanks.
2. Still looking.




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