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Outlook Express Terminate & Stay Resident Utility


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kenwitkin

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Does anyone know of a software utility that will enable Outlook Express to terminate and stay resident (TSR) in the Windows XP Pro Notification Area after the program is closed?
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You mean minimize to the systray?

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No. I mean appear in the Notification Area and receive e-mails without me opening the program.

You mean minimize to the systray?

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The 'notification area' is the systray.

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Thanks. I already found a program called Express Mail@Mate that does the trick. It notifies me by audio every time new mail is received and I don't have to activate Outlook Express until I have received new mail.

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No. I mean appear in the Notification Area and receive e-mails without me opening the program.


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