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2 Outlook instances open on a Extended Desktop!

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I have a Xp sp2 Toshiba laptop ,the desktop is extended to another monitor
Is it possible to have 2 instances open of Outlook 2003 eg. My calender on 1 monitor and my inbox on another monitor ?
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Right click your calander, click open in new window...drag to other monitor.
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Greetings, MICHAELG9.

> Is it possible to have 2 instances open of Outlook 2003
JasperIAM has already given you a solution, but to answer the question that was asked, no it's not.  You can only have one instance of Outlook, but Outlook can open multiple windows.

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