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We have Outlook setup with a local PST data file and a few POP accounts.  The local PST data file is listed first/on top.  

Is there any way to list the POP accounts first, then the local PST file?
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Set default PST your pop account instead of default local pst.

Please refer below link for more info:
http://www.msoutlook.info/question/591
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Just select the mailbox or PST in the navigation pane on the left and move it where you want up or down with the mouse.

Also to set the startup mailbox and folder, just go to File > Options > Advanced > Outlook start and exit > Browse... and select the account and folder you want to start in.

Hope that is what you were looking for
...Terry
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