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Windows 7: Outlook startup twice on windows startup


18 Jun 2011   #1

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 
Outlook startup twice on windows startup

Okay I'm running Windows 7 Professional x64. I have Microsoft Office 2007 installed and I want Outlook to startup when I startup Windows. I only have the one User account in Windows, so I initially put a shortcut of the outlook.exe in the user startup folder. But to no avail, it didn't startup. So I then cut and pasted this shortcut to the All users startup folder. This worked and it starts up when windows does. The problem is it starts up twice. I then opened msconfig to lookup startup programs. There are 2 instances of the Outlook listed but when I disable one it disables both and nothing starts up. I then re-enable it and it starts up twice again. There is probably a really simple explaination but this problem is sending me round it circles and it's frustrating. Any Ideas?
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