Outlook 2003

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Microsoft Outlook 2003
I would like to have the inboxes that are shared to me open in a different window as to have my inbox still open in seperate window as to have 2 or more open at a time. Not sure if it is possible hence the question here. Thank you

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Right click on the inbox and click on Open in New Window.

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  • Technochic
    Mshen, I tried that and it opened MY entire mailbox in a new window. I am looking for another solution, but so far have come up empty.
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  • mshen
    I think it is better to get the entire mailbox and associated PST files, so you are not restricted when trying to view emails outside of the selected inbox. It would be understandable if your were restricting the view for someone in AD Users and Computers, but I just don't see why anyone would want to restrict their own view of their own emails.
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  • Technochic
    Securityn00b - you did not mention if this is an exchange email account. I would think it is if you have access to other's mailboxes as well. If so, what verion of Exchange are you on please?
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  • Technochic
    I meant version - not verion... gotta stop typing with the mittens on...
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