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    I recently searched Microsoft's Office Online site looking for an explanation of the /recycle command line switch. I found the following text for the /recycle switch

    "Starts Outlook using an existing Outlook window, if one exists. Used in combination with /explorer or /folder."

    So I browsed backward looking for the /explorer and /folder switches but did not find them. Can anyone tell me where to find reference text for the /explorer and /folder switches in the Outlook 2003 command line switches?

    Running Windows XP SP3.

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    There is some, but not much, information here.
    Code:
    /explorer
        Opens the new window in "explorer" mode (link bar on).
    
    /folder
        Opens a new window in "folder" mode (Navigation Pane off).
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