Set a default Outlook profile and avoid the login screen

Kavanagh, Margaret
September 2009
Inside Microsoft Office (15506622);Sep2009, Vol. 6 Issue 9, p12
The article offers steps in setting the default Outlook profile whether or not using the Exchanges Server profile. In terms of using the Exchange Server, first is to launch the Windows Control Panel and double-click the Mail icon in the Classic view. In the Mail Setup dialog box, it suggests on clicking the Show Profiles button, then, activate the Always Use This Profile option and select the desired account from the dropdown list. Lastly, click OK and close all open windows.


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