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Outlook 2000 question about additional mailboxes in a profile.

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I have an additional mailbox open in my profile and I would like to be notified when a new mail arrives in one of those mailboxes.   How can this be achieved ?
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Greetings, itbabe.

Outlook is designed to offer a notification only for messages received in the default mail account.  To be notified of messages arriving in other accounts will require scripting or a third-party solution.  

Cheers!
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thanks !

Any suggestions on which programs I could use ?
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Sorry, I don't know of one off-hand.  This site (http://www.slipstick.com) maintains an excellent list of Outlook utilities and add-ins.
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