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Outlook 2003 - how to show "details" screen upon opening and first server check?

Posted on 2006-07-12
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The title says it all, but here's a more lengthy explanation.

I have Outlook set so that when it automatically checks for email, the detailed Send/Receive window displays.  However, it does not do this upon opening Outlook and it does it's first Send/Receive.

Is there a setting change I can make to enable the Send/Receive display on the first check?
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Greetings, bens-grill !

There is no setting change natively within Outlook that will show the detail Send/Receive view at first opening of Outlook.

Best wishes!
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