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Outlook 2010: Any way to change the order of shared mailbox in the list of accounts?

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I have access to a few shared mailbox (added automatically to my Outlook).

Is there a way to change the order in which they appear? They are currently shown in alphabetical order and would like to have one higher in the list because it is used more often.

I have checked MFCMAPI, I see the shared mailbox in the list but I just don't know which property to set.
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Question by:Éric Moreau
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Hello Eric,

Hoping I understand the question correctly, but if it is what I think it is, you should be able to do this manually by collapsing all the email accounts and right clicking and dragging to the position you want each email account to appear.  Hope this helps!
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So simple and so effective. It was so obvious that I forgot it! Thanks
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