How do I exclude an Email account from Send/Receive

?How do I exclude an Email account from Send/Receive without deleting the account.  I could do it in earlier versions.

Thanks in advance.
Clive BeatonAccess DeveloperAsked:
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sdr5280Commented:
To do this you have to go into the send/receive settings.

1. Click on tools
2. Send/Receive
3. Send/Receive Settings
4. Define Send/Receive Groups ( Ctrl + Alt + S ) Is the shortcut
5. Edit.
6. Select the e-mail account that you dont want outlook to check automatically.
7. Untick the "Include the selected account in this group box at the top left corner.
8. Then click ok. And close.
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Clive BeatonAccess DeveloperAuthor Commented:
Perfect.  Thank you very much.
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sdr5280Commented:
Of course! No problem. I'm new to this site, not sure if there is a way to message people on here. But, I was going to say if you ever needed help in the future you could just shoot me a message and I would help you out with any issues that you have in the future.
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