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Chapter 1. Setup and Configuration > Command-Line Switches

Command-Line Switches

1.45. What Are Command-Line Switches?

A command-line switch is a special instruction that can be appended to the end of the command that is used to start an application. The command used to start Outlook is outlook.exe. Command-line switches can also be appended it to alter the standard behavior of the Outlook.

1.46. How Can I Use Command-Line Switches with Outlook?

You can use command-line switches to alter the default behavior of Outlook in two main locations: in the Run dialog box and in shortcuts used to start Outlook. FAQ 1.47 lists the different command-line switches available when using Outlook.


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