How to create a desktop shortcut to a 2nd email account on Windows Mail

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Windows Mail 2nd user account shortcut
ASKED: February 19, 2009  10:00 AM
UPDATED: January 6, 2010  10:44 PM

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I have the same problem.
On Window 7 I added my e-mail and my wife’s e-mail on separate folders inside my live.com.
I was able to generate a desktop short cut to my E-mail Folder but unable to do the same for my wife’s.
Your input to this is greatly appreciated.
thanks

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  • Technochic
    Can you give us a little more detail please? Do you need to create a shortcut? Have you already created one and it is not working? What is your question exactly?
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  • Vonga
    My initial question was: I had opened a google mail account for my husband and wanted to set him up on Windows Mail with his own separate mail box that could be accessed by his own shortcut on the desktop. I was trying to do this from my own Windows Mail account, but I've since found out that I needed to set him up on my PC as a separate user and then set up his Windows Mail shortcut on his own user desktop., which I have now done, so I'm sorted. Thanks for your reply. Vonga
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  • Technochic
    Thanks for posting the solution Vonga, great job on getting it resolved :-)
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