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Multiple Outlook Mail Clients on one System

Like having multiple Profiles for the "Windows Messaging" mail-Client,
you can also define multiple Profiles for Outlook, allowing multiple users to
read/write their mail messages on the same system:

Right-click on the "Inbox" icon on the desktop
and select "Properties"
The configuration of your
default Mail-Profile is displayed.

Click on "Show Profiles".
By default, the Profile
"MS Exchange Settings"
(Win95) or
"Windows Messaging Settings"
(Win95B, Win98, NT4)
has been created.
( Clicking on "Properties" brings you
to the detailed configuration,(see above)

To create an additional Profiles
(for example for a different User
on the same system), click on
Like in the original e-mail configuration,
you have to select:
- "Microsoft Mail"
With Outlook 2000, "MS Mail"
is not listed as an "Information
Service" to be selected for an
automatic configuration.

So, we need to manually configure
We need to define the name
for the new Profile.
The new profile is empty,
click on "Add" to select
the required components
1.service to add:
"Microsoft Mail"
To configure the "MS Mail":

tab: Connection:
verify the path to the post-office
tab: Logon

enter your mail-Username
(as defined by the Mail administrator)
2nd component to add to the
mail profile:
"Personal Folder"
Define the location for the
Personal Folder (PST-file),
then either select an existing
PST-file or enter the name for a
new PST-file.
You will be prompted for some
parameters for the PST-file
(Encryption and password).
I suggest to use the proposed
settings, so just click OK
3rd component to add to
"Personal Address Book"
Confirm/modify the path and
name of the PAB-file for
the Personal Address Book.
Our new Profile is complete.
in Outlook 2000, select in the
menu: "Tools" / "Options",
tab: "Mail Services" and select
to "Prompt for a profile to be used"

When now starting up Outlook 2000, the User can select his/her mail-profile:

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