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How to change profile without Outlook rebooting I have two exchange profiles, looking for either possibility to see both profiles at the same time, or to switch between them quickly (without Outlook rebooting) Have any solutions/expirience here?

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  • pvklnrao Jan 14, 2009

    I have two email accounts both on different Exchange servers. I have two profiles one each for email accounts.


    How ever, I have configured the same .pst file to download email messages. Currently, I restart Outlook to swap between the email accounts. Is there a simple way (using VBA or some thing else)

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Go to outlook files menu then export then to pst option export this then import in where u want to see .
first tell me u hsave 2 user progies or 2 email ccount.
if 2 user account then try upper.
if u have 2 mail account configure in outlook your second email accountin tools then emasil account.

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