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Hour 2. Outlook Configuration Basics > Using Multiple Profiles

Using Multiple Profiles

Using Outlook 2003, you can create as many profiles as you need. You'll most often create more profiles when more than one person shares a computer. Because Outlook 2003 supports multiple email accounts, you'll need more profiles only when you need to connect to more than one Exchange server or want to keep email from different accounts separated without using rules.

Changing Windows logons just to check email can be annoying when you're using Windows 2000; it's easier to use one Windows logon and multiple Outlook profiles. Windows XP's Fast User Switching (FUS) allows other Windows users to log on without closing the first Windows session. They can switch to their Windows account and check their email.

When using separate Windows user accounts, each user can have her own Outlook profile, including separate email signatures.



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