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Using non-default contacts

PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 4:00 am
by markemw
I have a slighly unusual setup, which means CC can't work for me (unless there's an option I'm missing).

I'm running Outlook 2007 with two exchange accounts. One account is for my personal email, and is my primary account at home. The other account is for my business email and is my primary account at work.

Although I keep my work and home email (and tasks) separate, my calendar and contacts are shared between these two lives that I lead. My work calendar and contacts is therefore blank, and when in work I just view and edit my home calendar and contacts in a shared view.

The problem is that CC won't recognise my secondary exchange account. This means I can't see my contacts on my work computer. It sees only the primary account (which is empty). The same is true for the calendar. Is it possible to point CC to my secondary contacts/calendar?

Alternatively, is there another way I can set up exchange in order to have a configuration where CC works?

PostPosted: Tue Apr 22, 2008 10:04 am
by ClearContext Support
IMS works with the default, primary mail file/account. There is not a way to point various functions in the program to work across multiple Exchange accounts.