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Outlook 2007

Outlook 2007

Outlook 2007


My WLM 2011 stopped when it went off line and I could not get it to go back on line. So I switched to Outlook 2007 that came with my Office software.

I have two email accounts set up in Outlook. I figured out how to get each account to deliver its email into its own inbox, however, in WLM, each account had its own Deleted items folder. In Outlook it looks like there is 1 Deleted items folder. So when you delete an email in either account it goes into that Deleted items folder. ( Right now I show 3 Deleted items folder, the one that Outlook set up [default account], and one for each account)

What I would like to do is mirror WLM set up so that each account has its own Deleted items folder that is 'tied' to that account's inbox. Has anyone figured out how to do that?

I need to keep the accounts totally separate and that is why each account needs its own inbox, junk, sent, and deleted items folders.

I appreciate any help to solve my problems, thanks!

RE: Outlook 2007

forum68: Microsoft: Office for Outlook specific problems.



Has anyone figured out how to do that?
Set up profiles (Control Panel -> Mail) so each account has to login to the Outlook client separately or use multiple 'Personal Folders' if you want it under a single login and segregated in the client.


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