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Outlook 2000 SR-1 Recently Accessed List


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LifeboatParty

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Outlook 2000, running on the network, allows me to open other user's Outlook files with the permission of the user. The most recently viewed files are shown in a list under File-->Open. The problem with this is that I now have a too-long list showing some users who are not even working here anymore. Unlike with the "Recently used file list" that can be modified in Word's Options-->General, I am unable to reduce the size of this list or, better yet, eliminate the unwanted links.

Does anyone have any idea how I can modify this list without zapping the rest of Outlook? Thanks! :tazz:
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If you're using Outlook 2000, take a look at this article from Microsoft.
Make sure you backup your registry BEFORE you make any registry modifications.

At least steps 3-5 backup the key that you're supposed to delete.

Here's the link and hope it helps:
http://support.micro...kb;en-us;292024
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Thanks so much for the tip! I had searched Microsoft for an answer but I couldn't come up with anything!
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