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How to Secure MS Outlook 2007

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Someone here at home is launching MS Outlook 2007 from my Windows XP desktop to read my email.   What I would like is a method to secure Outlook so it can only be launched by me.   Something like entering a password would be fine.  What is the best method to set this up ?

I want the other user in the home to see my desktop and use the computer but not be able to launch or use Outlook.  Thank you.
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Hello rhhunt,

You can password protect your Outlook personal folder file
http://maj-kompjuter.blogspot.com/2007/07/password-protect-outlook.html

Hope this helps!
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