Automatically minimize Outlook at the Window Startup

January 7, 2011 at 1:42 pm Leave a comment


I like to use Outlook for reminding me all works that I have to finish in a day or a week. So, I want to start it up and minize it to system tray at every Windows startup. Following steps are to set MS  Outlook automatically minimized on Startup:

Setting Outlook to be minizied when it is run

  1. Select Start -> All programs and then go to Microsoft Office folder
  2. Right-click on Microsoft Outlook icon and choose Properties on drop-down menu
  3. Select Shortcut tab and choose Minized from the Run list

Setting Outlook to be run at Window startup

  1. Select Start -> All programs and then go to Microsoft Office folder
  2. Right-click on Microsoft Outlook icon and choose Copy on drop-down menu
  3. Right-click on Start up folder in All programs and choose Explore
  4. Right-click on Startup window, choose Paste Shortcut and then close Startup window to finish

If you are using Microsoft Outlook 2003, you can also do this setup by using following way.

  1. Run the Outlook program
  2. Select menu Tools, choose Options and then choose Attachment Options tab in Options dialog
  3. Check the box Minimize to System Tray
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