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Outlook 2000, no server options...

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We've got a server setup to connect with our outlook, and when I try to run Outlook 2000, it only gives me "Internet" type options ... no LAN options... It's different from machine to machine... some will let there be a LAN server, and others just default to Internet settings... any ideas on where I can find the culprit?

-CoolCole
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Sounds like a mode issue. Some machines are in Internet Mail Only mode, others are in Corporate mode (sounds like you want Corporate mode). To switch from IMO mode to Corporate, go to the Tools menu > Options command > Mail Delivery tab > Click Reconfigure Mail Support
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VinceA,

Please post your comment as an answer... exactly what I was looking for ... :)

-CoolCole

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Sounds like a mode issue. Some machines are in Internet Mail Only mode, others are in Corporate mode (sounds like you want Corporate mode). To switch from IMO mode to Corporate, go to the Tools menu > Options command > Mail Delivery tab > Click Reconfigure Mail Support
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