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Can I add a button to my Firefox home page that will connect to my MS Outlook Email Account?

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I simply want to be able to go to email from my Firefox pages or receive notice that I have mail to read?

If this is possible please tell me how.

Thanks, Jim

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Ah, you have Outlook installed on your PC, not a web portal. Just put a shortcut to Outlook in the taskbar and open it. you can't do that in Firefox.

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Where do I get a web address for MS Outlook 2010. I opened my email and could not find any type of web address.

Jim

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Ah, you have Outlook installed on your PC, not a web portal. Just put a shortcut to Outlook in the taskbar and open it. you can't do that in Firefox.