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In Outlook 2003, to add an additional Mailbox, you have to go to:

  • Tools
  • Email Accounts
  • Next
  • Change
  • More Settings
  • Advanced Tab
  • Add

Is there a quicker way to do this?

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Yes, Outlook Profiler does this:

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I'm managing Exchange servers and Outlook 2003-07 and 10 ans supporting 300 users with their Outlook 2003-2007 client and there is no quicker way to add an additional mailbox to an Outlook client.

That would be interesting to have a tool to add someone really quick but why make things easy when we can make them complicated. I'm kidding, the way its used to be is kinda easy tho!

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Control Panel > Mail

Takes you to the tools option in outlook I believe, don't know if it's any faster though.

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In Outlook 2003? Not without 3rd party tools. The solution is to upgrade to Outlook 2007+ and Exchange 2007+, which offer the feature of auto-configuring profiles.

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Auto configuration is not auto management. Entirely different subject being discussed here. Exchange 2007 can not read your mind and add mailboxes or pst files. – pcunite May 14 '11 at 23:28

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