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Outlook 2007 opens with choose profile

Posted on 2009-07-08
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We created a profile to work with an address book.  When we were done we deleted the profile.  Now everytime we open Outlook the "Choose Profile" window opens.  there is only 1 profile listed [Outlook] and we tell it that this is the default profile and save.  The window will not go away!
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If you go into control panel and then mail you should have the option to "always use this profile" make sure your outlook profile is in there. My guess is that when you created the address book one it was set on prompt for profile to be used.
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Do you have the option "Prompt for a profile to be used" marked?  You can find this via Control Panel->Mail->Show Profiles.
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I owe xxdcmast a Coke.
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Done!  Thanks
Make sure to send the Coke.
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