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  1.    #1  
    I know that you can use command lines in shortcuts to open poutlook POP3 mail accounts and have it open up a new message for that account. Then you can fill in the TO, Subject and body and send it. That syntax in the target line of the shortcut file looks like this (assuming the POP3 account is called "TestAccount")
    tmail.exe -service "TestAccount" -to ""

    What I cannot figure out is if the same is possible for the "Outlook E-mail" account in poutlook, in other words, the one that syncs up with my Exchange server. I can't figure out what to put as the mailbox name in quotes in order for it to open up in that account and not in one of my POP3 accounts.

    Any ideas?
    Treo 750 - Cingular/ATT
  2.    #2  
    After a lot of Googling I think I found the answer. Create a shortcut with the following target:

    tmail.exe -service "ActiveSync" -to""

    Notes: ActiveSync does seem to be case sensitive. Spacing is critical...there are 3 spaces in the above syntax. There are 2 quotation marks at the end. If you want to specify the recipient then put their email address inside the quotes.

    Hope that works for you.
    Treo 750 - Cingular/ATT

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