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By David Shang ·
We can open different Exchange mail box when we login different name to network under NT Server/NT Workstation/W2K Professional and Server, but we can not do it under W9x, how can I solve this problem ?
Thanks very much.

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by SimonC In reply to Outlook

make sure w9x is logging onto your nt domain. i.e client for microsoft networks must be installed and in properties check log on to windows nt domain and enter domain name.

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by David Shang In reply to Outlook
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by curlergirl In reply to Outlook

I'm not sure I understand your question. Are you asking how to set up Windows 95 so that you can log onto the workstation with different user names and get different mailboxes for each user? If that's the case, what you need to do is enable Profilesin Windows 95. I don't do Win9x much anymore, but I think it's in Control Panel/Password, in newer versions I think its Control Panel/Users. Then there's a tab to set the system so that different users get different desktops, menus, etc. Once you do this, you can set up different desktop and email profiles for each user just like in NT and W2K. Hope this helps!

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by David Shang In reply to Outlook
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by yorkster In reply to Outlook

when you set up the outlook client, under tools then services, then select exchange services, then propreties, then the advance tab and under logon network security select none, this will cause the system to prompt for a user name and password.
hope this helps

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by David Shang In reply to Outlook
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by colleen In reply to Outlook

Within Outlook, go to Tool, Options. On the Mail Services tab, select Prompt for Profile. This will allow you to configure a mailbox for each user that logs into the domain.

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by David Shang In reply to Outlook
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by fred_e944 In reply to Outlook

Create shortcuts to Outlook for each user and edit the shortcut Properties|Shortcut|Target line to use the /Profile switch e.g.:"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Outlook.exe" /Profile <profilename>. Only 1 profile at a time will be able to open Outlook; Attempting to start a different profile while 1 is open will fail.

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