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Do you know of a way to keep Outlook entries private?  Perhaps setting a password, encryption, etc.

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Question by:shooky
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To add password protection to your Personal Folders :

* Right click on the Outlook Icon on the desktop
* Click the Personal Folder in the profile and click Properties
* Click on Change Password
* Enter the password to be used wirh your Personal Folders

Your personal information will now be protected.

Hope this helps,  KAD.
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