Can I password a profile in outlook ?

Hi

I want to password a user profile in outlook2003 like i did in outlook express(identities) so that anyone else using my computer can't get at and mess with my emails and address book.

Is it possible, if so how ?

Im using windows xp pro and logon without using a password if that makes any difference.

Thanks for any help

SnoopZ

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sunray_2003Commented:
Snoopz,

You can give password to outlook so that only by giving that you can enter outlook.May be this will protect

Open outlook
go to file --> data file management
select it and click settings
first time you have not given any password . I assume you donot have to give any old password

Type in some password  and set it up

Make sure you type the password  and you remember it

Sunray
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snoopzAuthor Commented:
Thanks doing what you said worked.... I had been doing that before although I was clicking the Save Password box which i shouldn't of.

Anyway full marks for helping me out.

SnoopZ
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sunray_2003Commented:
Can you please accept my comment and award good grades

Thanks

Sunray
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