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I have two users who have one Pop account and the other  who has an Imap account. one is using Outlook 2013 and the other is using Outlook 2010.
When they were configured the newest account sending the email is the imap account which is the default account.  the other on top is the Pop account. When they open Outlook the new account is on the bottom. How do I make it so the new account is showing on the top instead  of the bottom so the user dose not have to drill down to the bottom to read this newest  default account ?
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did you tried with recreating the outlook profile? IF not you can try.
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Davis McCarn earned 500 total points
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According to this, all you need to do is to collapse the folder lists for all of the accounts and then drag them into the order you want displayed (up or down): http://www.msoutlook.info/question/792
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