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outlook xp/2002: set email account to not be checked automatically?

Posted on 2006-11-20
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i have 3 email accounts (pop) setup, and i only want one of them to be automatically checked ---  in outlook express it's an easy to find checkbox on the properties pages, but i cant seem to find it in this version of outlook.......  how can i tell it not check a certain account?

thanks!
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Greetings, jimwarrenus !

Click on the Send/Receive button on Mail Setup General tab. Edit the Group not to include your account.

Best wishes!
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perfect, thanks!   doh! so that's what "groups" are for!    :-)
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