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Batch File to configure Outlook Email at Login to a Network

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I am looking for a way to use a batch file to automatically configure an Outlook email account directly after the user logs onto the network.  If this is possible, please let me know.  Also, i am new to the btac file world so the clearer an answer is, the better.  Thanks.

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Hi dlev15,

Microsoft has created some tools to make this a lot easier.
You can create a PRF (Profile) settings-file, which you can deploy.
Anyway, MS explains it a lot better than I can. Look here for Office 2000; (this mechanism is also incuded in Office XP):
http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2000/journ/OutCreateProfile.htm

Good luck,

MaartenG

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