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    Start with Outlook 'Today (2002)

    I want to start at Outlook Today. I opened the folder, clicked Customize Outlook Today, check the box 'When starting, go directly to Outlook Today', then Save Changes. It still opens to the Inbox.

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    Re: Start with Outlook 'Today (2002)

    Try:
    Tools > Options > Other > Advanced Options
    and select Outlook Today from the drop-down box.
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    Re: Start with Outlook 'Today (2002)

    Following your path, the start up folder is Outlook Today. This seems like such a basic task, just can't figure out why it seems so problematic.

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    Re: Start with Outlook 'Today (2002)

    Are you saying it still opens in Inbox, even with the setting as above?

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    Re: Start with Outlook 'Today (2002)

    How are you starting Outlook?

    You could get the behaviour you describe by starting it from a shortcut that incudes the <font color=blue>/select</font color=blue> switch, although I've never managed to get the syntax for this one correct myself!

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    yes

    Outlook Today is selected in Customize and in the path you described.

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