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Tony Linguini

My company has started using this and when I installed the sign-in client,

it created another profile in Outlook 2007. I now have to go to 2 profiles

to check all of my emails. Isn't there a better way?

Thank you.
 

Brian Tillman

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"Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message

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> My company has started using this and when I installed the sign-in client,
> it created another profile in Outlook 2007. I now have to go to 2 profiles
> to check all of my emails. Isn't there a better way?


Why not two accounts in the same profile?

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Tony Linguini

I have 6 accounts in the "Outlook" profile. 4 pop 2 mapi (connector). When I

installed Microsoft Online services sign in, it created a separate

(name@domain) profile for that email, and my admin and MS cannot seem to

give me an answer. They are trying to figure out how to pop to red001

microsoft online.

Thanks

"" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message

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> "Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message
> news:BC9607A8-8FA8-40EF-9836-5463A0B5296B@microsoft.com...
>
> > My company has started using this and when I installed the sign-in
> > client, it created another profile in Outlook 2007. I now have to go to 2
> > profiles to check all of my emails. Isn't there a better way?


> Why not two accounts in the same profile?
> >
 

Brian Tillman

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"Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message

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> I have 6 accounts in the "Outlook" profile. 4 pop 2 mapi (connector). When I
> installed Microsoft Online services sign in, it created a separate
> (name@domain) profile for that email, and my admin and MS cannot seem to give
> me an answer. They are trying to figure out how to pop to red001 microsoft
> online.


A mail address does not correspond to a mail profile. Are you saying that if

you start the Mail applet in Control Panel and click Show Profiles that you

see two of them, one for the first six accounts and one for the Microsoft

Online Services? If so, examine how the mail account in the second profile is

defines and then simply create that same account in the first profile.

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Tony Linguini

Yes, I am saying that. Since the MS Online Services program automatically

creates a new profile, how can I do that manually inside the other profile?

Thank you.

"" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message

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> "Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message
> news:%23bnyqmmtKHA.5940@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
>
> >I have 6 accounts in the "Outlook" profile. 4 pop 2 mapi (connector). When
> >I installed Microsoft Online services sign in, it created a separate
> >(name@domain) profile for that email, and my admin and MS cannot seem to
> >give me an answer. They are trying to figure out how to pop to red001
> >microsoft online.


> A mail address does not correspond to a mail profile. Are you saying that
> if you start the Mail applet in Control Panel and click Show Profiles that
> you see two of them, one for the first six accounts and one for the
> Microsoft Online Services? If so, examine how the mail account in the
> second profile is defines and then simply create that same account in the
> first profile.
> >
 
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Tony Linguini

Just to add, we are going from OWA Exchange 2003 to OWA Exchange 2007. Both

versions still there with different passwords, and email spotty at best.

Something about migration and enabling pop on 2007 which I am not 100%

understanding.

Thanks.

"Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message

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> Yes, I am saying that. Since the MS Online Services program automatically
> creates a new profile, how can I do that manually inside the other
> profile?
> Thank you.

> "" <tillman1952@yahoo.com> wrote in message
> news:#p2cXPutKHA.5148@TK2MSFTNGP04.phx.gbl...
> > "Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message
> > news:%23bnyqmmtKHA.5940@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl...
> >
> >>I have 6 accounts in the "Outlook" profile. 4 pop 2 mapi (connector).
> >>When I installed Microsoft Online services sign in, it created a separate
> >>(name@domain) profile for that email, and my admin and MS cannot seem to
> >>give me an answer. They are trying to figure out how to pop to red001
> >>microsoft online.

>

>> A mail address does not correspond to a mail profile. Are you saying
> > that if you start the Mail applet in Control Panel and click Show
> > Profiles that you see two of them, one for the first six accounts and one
> > for the Microsoft Online Services? If so, examine how the mail account
> > in the second profile is defines and then simply create that same account
> > in the first profile.
> > > >

>
 

Brian Tillman

Senior Member
"Tony Linguini" <testertony@live.com> wrote in message

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> Just to add, we are going from OWA Exchange 2003 to OWA Exchange 2007. Both
> versions still there with different passwords, and email spotty at best.
> Something about migration and enabling pop on 2007 which I am not 100%
> understanding.


OWA and Outlook are related only by the fact that both can access an Exchange

mailbox. OWA is part of Exchange. Perhaps you'll get a more cogent answer by

asking in microsoft.public.exchange.clients.

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