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MSOutlook 2007 new mail notification

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in MSoutlook 2007 where do you adjust the time for the notification of new mail to show up in the mower right corner of the screen?

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Hi,
I don't have 2007, but try see if it's in same place as 2003. Tools > Options > E-mail Options > Advanced Email Options > Desktop Alert Settings
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Got more info for you. See picture from Outlook 2007. http://news.cnet.com/i/bto/20081229/12_30_08OutlookSettings1.jpg
Desktop Alert Settings is in middle
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excdellent!!!
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Excellent!!!!
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