In my experience, Outlook Express doesn't seem to recognize which user is logged in.. It seems to work independently from the user login to the computer and therefore the address book and such open the same, regardless of who has logged in. (On the other hand, Microsoft Outlook identifies the user that has logged in and creates a different account for each user.) For OE, yYou actually have to create a new identify WITHIN Outlook Express.. Have you done that?
Even then, it's not always perfect. Unfortunately, on some XP machines, the address book still may be displayed on any user which opens the program.
Hope this helps.
Set up my wife as a separate user on our computer. Then created her outlook express mail account. Outlook has imported all of my contacts for her. If I try to edit them, it edits mine as well. This sounds like "Shared Contacts"?
I accessed Outlook's "Help" and it says that when you create a new identity it automatically sets up a new address book. This doesn't seem to be the case though. What am I missing?
Using MS-XP, and Outlook Express.