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How do I resolve a conflict(assumed) with Outlook 2002 in XP Pro?

Posted on 2004-04-05
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I have two users running Outlook under XP pro. One is admin and one is a standard user. When User 1 has Outlook open and when user 2 is switched two an error comes up that says Outlook cannot be opened - I click OK and then the next time I open outlook from the icon it works?
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On the same machine?  Simple - close Outlook before logging out.
If they are both using the same PST that may be your only option.  The mailbox file is opened exclusively and cannot be opened a second time.
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tHANK YOU
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