How to disable that annoying new mail notification popup in Outlook 2003.

I am sure there is a way to disable the new mail popup feature in Outlook 2003. Does anyone know how to do this?
mikedotmAsked:
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David LeeCommented:
Hi mikedotm,

Click Tools->Options->E-mail Options->Advanced E-mail Options and change the notification options.

Cheers!
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war1Commented:
Greetings, mikedotm !

To continue with what BlueDevilFan stated, from E-mail Options, go to Advanced E-Mail Options, Desktop Alert Settings.  You can customize how long the alert is displayed and how transparent it is, or whether or not to have it at all.

Best wishes!
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antontolentinoCommented:
On the Tools menu, click Options.
Click E-mail Options, and then click Advanced E-mail Options.

uncheck the:  "Display a New Email Desktop Alert (default: Inbox Only)
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war1Commented:
antontolentino, didn't BlueDevilFan and I stated what you posted already?
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hiteshgupta1Commented:
If it is Xp then this option will not be there under advaced email option
It will be there in tools->option->Email option it self
BY the way u can have a customized message by defining a rule for the same
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