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I use Outlook Express v6 on Windows XP Professional with SP2 (everything is fully updated). Currently, I have my options set to download my emails as soon as I go into the program. I know if I don't want my emails downloaded right away I can just uncheck this option under Outlook Express's options. But in order to uncheck it, I must first go into Outlook Express, which will then automatically download my emails. Is there a command line switch or something that will allow me to circumvent the automatic checking of emails when starting Outlook Express?

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Open Outlook Express, click the Send/Receive button, click Stop.
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