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How do I configur Office Pro 2007 Outlook

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I have a user that has two different mailboxes set up on Exchange server 2003
I am moving her to a new PC that has Outlook 2007 installed on it I am trying to setup the Outlook client to allow me the option to use both mailboxes with the same XP profile but different Outlook Profiles. I can do it with my the Outlook 2003 Client but in 2007 it keeps using the same mail box.

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AK_IT_GURU earned 750 total points
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If you are only trying to connect to one Exchange server then try this:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/291626 

Regards,

Troy
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