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In outlook 98 i normally setup profiles via the desktop icon for outlook by right clicking on it, and going to properties,
but how can you do it if the icons not there.
Making short cut to outlook.exe doesnt work. any ideas

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Simon Bratt
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Start-Settings-Control Panel-Mail (or Mail and Fax)-Show Profiles button.
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very quick cheers
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