XP Professional and how to configure Outlook 2003 to run on Startup?

I haven't done this in awhile and have forgetten how to do it.

I want to configure my workstation to open Outlook everytime I logon to my machine.

Thanks in advance.
RenkieAsked:
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r-kCommented:
You can create a shotcut to Outlook to the following folder:

 C:\Documents and Settings\<your-user-name>\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

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RomualdVilletetCommented:
Create a shortcut to the windows startup folder
witch is:
 C:\Documents and Settings\"yourname"\Start Menu\Programs\Startup

copy paste the link to this folder, restart your computer and see if it works


Greets
nauman_ahmedCommented:
Right click on System Tray -> Select Properties
Select Start Menu -> Classic Start menu -> Customize
Select Add. Browse to the Outlook EXE file.
In the Select Program Folder, select Startup
Select Finish.

:)

-Nauman.
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