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This tip will save administrators hours in setting up mail for different users who are using the same Windows 2000 PC in a network environment. Once a user logs on, they will have access to their specific mailbox automatically:
- Set up the PC with all the common components that you normally use on your network. Make sure it is perfect -- this will be the default profile.
- Go to control panel > Mail > Exchange Server >properties.
- Set up the mail and enter your Exchange Server name.
- For the user name enter %username% and click > apply (you can't leave it blank.)
- Save your profile as the default user.
- Go back into mail properties and change %username% to blank (nothing at all in the line,) and apply.
- Save that profile now as the default user > everyone and reboot.
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