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  1. geewhizz

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    I am stumped on this problem, I have got outlook 2007, Now what I want to do is have different accounts on it that you have to log into separately ((i.e. passwords) home & work account and one for the Mrs.) now for some strange reason I cant do that.
    It worked on my old hard drive with xp on it but now I have installed a larger hard drive and installed vista hp, it just doesn’t do it.
    Any help appreciated :)
     
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    Any chance of some more information ! ;)

    What error messages ?
    How have you got it currently setup ?

    Outlook 2007 should not be effected by your hard drive size !
     
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    I'd like to follow the answer to this.
    In earlier versions of Outlook using the XP operating system you had "profiles" to do this. These were accessed from Control Panel, Mail .........
    Is it the same in 2007 and Vista?
    Also, what does it say in "Help" about profiles?
     
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    Yes that was the answer i was looking for: Control panel>mail>show profiles>then add a profile :thumbsup:
     

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