Why are you permitting multiple users of the same machine to
share one Windows login? Create another Windows user account,
then when you are done using the computer, use the 'switch user'
feature to log out of your Windows profile.
"Lenny" <Lenny@xxxxxx> wrote in message news:F42286AA-C3F3-49AF-B816-44EB257E2296@xxxxxx
> I was just wondering if someone knew how to, if possible, keep the inbox of
> the Windows Mail account private? What's the point in having private email
> accounts if they are visible to everyone. When I click on the short-cut icon
> on the desktop, I immediately get the logon window, that eclipses the
> connection-error message window that eclipses the inbox window. All anyone
> has to do is just drag the windows apart evern before I logon and there
> received messages lay. What if anything can I do???