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Is it possible to set a start-up folder in Outlook 2010,  so when I start it, it goes directly to Inbox/Reports

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Of course. Go to Outlook, Options, Advanced and select Start Outlook in "this" folder.
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Thank you
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@APD_Toronto - You are most welcome and I was happy to help.
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