Open Other Users Folders > New window?

Posted on 2006-05-13
Last Modified: 2010-04-08
I have a user who we just upgraded her MS Outlook from XP to 2003. I guess in the XP version of Outlook, when she would go to File > Open Other Users Folders to open another user's inbox, it would open up in a new window. This would let her view both her inbox and the other user's inbox at the same time.

In the 2003 version, it doesn't create a new window when she opens another user's inbox. Instead, it replaces the view of her mailbox.

I know it seems petty, but this user would like to have other user's folders pop up in a new window.

Any ideas?
Question by:DataDudes
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    Greetings, DataDudes !

    Hold down the Shift key and then click on Open Other Users folders.  This should open a new window.

    Best wishes!
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    That's it?


    Thanks :-)

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