Password Protect Outlook

melb_angel19

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I'm using Outlook 2000. Is there anyway to password protect it? I can't find the option anywhere to ask for a password each time Outlook starts.

...if not, are there any add-ins that I can use to do this?

Thanks.

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go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
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Yahiko81

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Are you trying to keep poo from reading your emails.

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melb_angel19

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No...tryna keep my family from opening Outlook and reading the sexy emails that Poo sends me!
hehe

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go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
<b>Ralph Waldo Emerson</b></i></font color=purple>
 

Yahiko81

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What OS are you running?

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Try creating a personal folder. Disable that view (I think you can get rid of the folders view and just selct the outlook toolbar). Then create a rule that automatically sends emails from certain recipients to that folder. Not really password protected but....

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melb_angel19

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Windows 2000

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Yahiko81

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Create user accounts and don't let them know your password or admin password.

<A HREF="http://forums.btvillarin.com/index.php?act=ST&f=41&t=324&s=58e94ba84a16bedfebbf0f416d5bac48" target="_new">I reckon all women should learn how to do an engine re-build so they can get the right to vote.</A>
 

Rubberbband

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I can't believe I missed that. LOL. Good call.

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