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How can I add a PAB on Outlook 2000 configured to Internet Only

Posted on 2004-09-21
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Hi

some of my outlook clients are not configured to 'Corporate or Workgroup' there for I dont have a Services option from the 'Tools' menu and so I cant add a PST nor a PAB etc

I checked the configuration and it is configured to 'Internet only' well if I wanted to add my own PAB how can I do it then?
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you should find tools/accounts
or form start/parameters/configuration settings
Go to Mail icon
Open it
Select your profile, properties
You should able from there to add a PAB
(Sorry, not having an OL2000 at hand for the time being)

Stefri
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