How do I password protect my work email in Outlook?

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I want to password protect my work email on Outlook. How do I do this?
ASKED: August 15, 2010  12:41 PM
UPDATED: August 16, 2010  8:22 PM

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Go to Tools, click account settings, then click change, then click more settings, then click the security tab. Choose “Always prompt for logon credentials.” Remember that when you log onto the computer with your domain account you can lock everyone from your email by locking the computer when you leave your desk also.

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  • WYDouglas
    this is not workin ....
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  • TomLiotta
    What OS is on your work PC? Do you logon with a password when you start your PC? Is it a local logon or a domain logon? What e-mail server is used for your work e-mail? -- Tom
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