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Get Outlook to start automatically when opening my computer

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Hi

Is it possible to get Outlook to start automatically when starting my computer?
If so, how?

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Question by:Murray Brown
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by:John Hurst
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You can put a shortcut to the Outlook link in your startup folder. That should work. Have you tried this?

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Double clicking just too much huh?  Myself, I use Windows key + R, then type Outlook > enter key...

but 2nd for the shortcut in the startup folder.

I also suppose you can use a scheduled task at have it run at logon too...
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by:Murray Brown
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Thanks very much. To answer your first question tsaico, that's a "yes". I have so may other calendar systems through our Office that I have lost touch with Outlook and need a forced reminder :)
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