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Microsoft Outlook 2003:

I used to have two profiles with my Outlook, but I deleted it and now only have one. It is still asking me for what profile to choose. I have tried selecting the option to set it as my default multiple times, yet it still asks me. How can I stop it from asking me?

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You are my hero for asking this! – Ivo Flipse Nov 30 '09 at 17:31
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Mail Setup can be found in the Control Panel (Mail), Outlook has to be closed to apply these settings.

  • Open Control Panel
  • Open Mail in Control Panel
  • Under Profiles: Select - Show Profiles
  • Select Radio Button - Always Use this Profile (Outlook - in Drop Down)
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Excellent! Had to figure out where the Mail Setup was, but I did finally get it to work. Appreciate the help. – wahle509 Nov 30 '09 at 14:55
You are my hero for answering this! – Ivo Flipse Nov 30 '09 at 17:47
you're welcome :) – hayoo Dec 1 '09 at 0:05
To find Mail Setup: go to Control Panels, then in the search box, type "Mail". Click that control panel and then choose "Show Profiles". (Note that all of this is outside of Outlook itself - it is a Windows thing.) – Adam Kane May 13 '10 at 1:52
Thank you for this question and solution. – Xavierjazz Dec 14 '15 at 18:36

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