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IMAP and Corporate Setup

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Strange question, but I noticed with outlook 2000, you cannot setup a dual profile, one with Exchange Server, and One with IMAP.

I wanted to have IMAP for those who were on the road, and EXCHANGE when they came in.  I noticed Outlook 2002 has the option for IMAP available while in Corporate mode, and wondered if anyone has a way around this.  

Only other option is to buy Office XP, but would rather not do this.

I feel generous, hence the high points.
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Actually, I was told that there are no more "modes" in OL2002 any more.
This appears to address that http://support.microsoft.com/search/preview.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q246098
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