Maybe in the startup folder? Here are some command line options Customize the Way Outlook Starts By Using Command-Line Switches How to run command-line switches 1. Search for the Microsoft Outlook(r) executable file, Outlook.exe, and make a note of the path to Outlook.exe. For example, the path might be C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\Outlook.exe. 2. Click Start, and then click Run. 3. In the Open box, type the complete path you noted in step 1, including the file name. Press the SPACEBAR once and then type a forward slash mark (/) followed by the switch. Note Paths that include spaces between words must be enclosed in quotation marks (") and are case sensitive (see the example). 4. Press ENTER to execute the command. Example If you want to use the CleanReminders switch, the command you type in the Open box should be: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\Outlook.exe" /Cleanreminders Command-line switches /a "path\filename" creates an item with the specified file as an attachment. For example: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\Outlook.exe" /a "C:\My Documents\labels.doc" /c messageclass creates a new item of the specified message class (Outlook forms or any other valid MAPI form). /c ipm.activity creates a Journal entry. /c ipm.appointment creates an appointment. /c ipm.contact creates a contact. /c ipm.note creates an e-mail message. /c ipm.stickynote creates a note. /c ipm.task creates a task. /CheckClient prompts for the default manager of e-mail, news, and contacts. /Cleanfinders removes saved searches from the Microsoft Exchange Server store. /CleanFreeBusy cleans and regenerates free/busy information. /CleanReminders cleans and regenerates reminders. /CleanSchedPlus deletes all Schedule+ data (free/busy, permissions, and .cal file) from the server and enables the free/busy information from the Outlook Calendar to be used and viewed by all Schedule+ 1.0 users. /CleanViews restores default views. All custom views you created are lost. /Embedding msgfilename opens the specified message file (.msg) as an OLE embedding. /f msgfilename opens the specified message file (.msg). /Nopreview turns off the Preview Pane and removes the option from the View menu. /p msgfilename prints the specified message file (.msg). /Profile profilename loads the specified profile. (If your profile name contains a space, enclosed the profile name in quotation marks ("). /Profiles opens the Choose Profile dialog box regardless of the options setting on the Tools menu. /Recycle starts Outlook using an existing Outlook window, if one exists. /Regserver rewrites all Outlook specific registry keys and re-associates file extensions without having to reinstall Outlook or run setup with the /y switch. The settings are stored in the Outlook.srg file located in the same folder as the Outlook program. /ResetFolders restores missing folders for the default delivery location. /ResetOutlookBar rebuilds the Outlook Bar. /s filename loads the specified shortcuts file (.fav). /Safe starts Outlook without extensions, Preview Pane or toolbar customization. /select outlook:\\foldername starts Outlook and opens the specified folder. For example, to open Outlook and display the Calendar use: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\Outlook.exe" /select outlook:\\calendar /Unregserver Deletes all registry keys and file associations for Outlook. Its actions are based on the Outlook.srg file located in the same folder as the Outlook application. Use the /regserver switch to rewrite the registry keys and file associations after using this switch. -----Original Message----- From: Richard Spencer [mailto:rspencer@xxxxxxxxxxx] Sent: Thursday, August 14, 2003 10:14 AM To: [ExchangeList] Subject: [exchangelist] New "Rules" Error to me... http://www.MSExchange.org/ Two Outlook 2000 users have been getting the error below when they try setup new rules. The rules are simple, "Mail from specific account gets moved to another folder". I am using Exchange Server 2000 and Outlook 2000. Each with the most current service packs and patches. There is no shortage of disk space (52GB free on the Exchange Server) and plenty on the 2 workstations in question. No one else on the network is getting the error. In addition, they are unable to delete the rule that has been deactivated. Anyone have any thoughts? ERROR: "One or more of your rules could not be uploaded to the Exchange server and have been deactivated. 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