Using Outlook if you have several accounts

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When I logged into Outlook this morning and clicked on my iPrioritize folder I was taken to the permission failed page. I thought to myself, "that's impossible, I tested the new Outlook cookie settings in every scenario I could think of." Of course I was wrong. If you use several accounts in your primary browser and already have Outlook configured for one account, it is possible that the "most recent list cookie" is set to a to do list in the other account, and when Outlook redirects you to your most recent list, iPrioritize realizes that it's for a different account and denies you access.

There are two solutions to this problem:
  1. Delete all of the cookies in your browser and re-configure iPrioritize in Outlook.
  2. Open your browser, log-in to the account you have configured for Outlook, and click on a list. This will set the "most recent list cookie" to this list, making the account available in Outlook.

The good news is that from what I can tell I was the only person to encounter this problem (I have all sorts of auto emails that get sent to me when someone encounters an error and every once in a while they actually come in handy).


iPrioritize and Outlook update

For those of you who use iPrioritize in Microsoft Outlook, you can now close Outlook and resume your iPrioritize session without having to log in again. Presumably you'll never have to log into iPrioritize - your most recently viewed list will always be there waiting for you when Outlook opens. Enjoy!


iPrioritize now part of Pure Adapt!

I apologize for the lack of posts - the last few months have been busier than expected for me. My increasing roles as a consultant temporarily led to me placing iPrioritize on the back-burner. A few weeks ago, I co-founded Pure Adapt, Inc with two local web developers here in Albany, NY and merged all of our sites and clients under the new company, including iPrioritize.

What does this mean for the future of iPrioritize? It means that we now have a three man operation as opposed to me primarily going at it alone, which will yield a better product for our users. I still plan to implement many of the upgrades suggested by our great users, and I plan to do it soon (although exactly when is still up in the air).

Thank you all for your continued support and patience. Best of luck to all of you in the New Year, and I hope that iPrioritize will continue to help make you more productive as you tackle new and exciting challenges this year.