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Multiple e-mail accounts on Outlook 2003


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dj_ely

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Hello!
I was just wondering if anyone had any hints or tips...
On my personal webspace i have three separate e-mail addresses, and i would like them all to go to three separate .pst folders/files. I have tried setting each e-mail accont to move to individual .pst files but outlook will only allow it to go to one.

I have currently have it set up so that e-mails that contain the specific individual name are fowarded to the separate individual files but then i loose the html content.

Does anyone know a way around this or have any ideas?

Many thanks in advance for your time and help,

Chris. :tazz:
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Heya,

Try this. Right now, I'm assuming that you're creating these accounts from within Outlook. Well, instead of having 1 profile with 3 accounts, let's create 3 different profiles, each with a different email address.

First things first, remove 2 of the accounts from the Outlook profile you already have. Now, go to your Mail Settings (START | CONTROL PANEL | MAIL)

Select SHOW PROFILES, then ADD. Follow the instructions (make sure you have the necessary info from your ISP or whatever ... like account names, passwords, addresses, etc.) and create 1 more profile for each of the two other email addresses (one per profile) with an obvious, distinguishing name.

After you have 3 profiles (each with a different email address) click the radio button next to "Promt for a Profile to be Used". Then click OK.

When you start Outlook, it should ask you which profile to use. Choose the appropriate one and you're there. That should also give you 3 pst files.

Let me know if this is what you want to do.
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... sure helped me out
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Hello!
Man thanks for taking the time to respond, it wasn't quite what i was thinking but it sounds like a good way around the problem, thanks very much...gona give it a try later.
Cheers again,
Chris.
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