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change the start screen of mailbox

Posted on 2006-10-26
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Hello,

when I open Outlook, I see my inbox.
How to start with the today screen ?

Thank you,
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... ok. There is a "customize outlokk today" link that I didn't see.
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by:David Lee
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If you want Outlook to start on the Outlook Today screen, then click Tools->Options->Other->Advanced Options and click the browse button next to "Startup in this folder" and select Outlook Today.
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thank you but I found another way.
I post it juste before you solution.
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