Yes, if the window is open, it's easy. But Outlook has this nice feature
that lets it be set to minimize to the tray next to the clock. I run it
continuously. At work OL 2003 (on Exchange) can deal gracefully with a
logout. At home, OL 2007(Internet Mail, Personal Folders) doesn't a surprise
logoff (i.e. without exiting OL first), and when it starts up it has to
"repair" the pst file.
Is there a way to close it from the minimized state (like most programs that
run that way) without have to open it first?