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Old 07-15-2008, 03:36 PM   #1
lesnott
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Unhappy no files of outlook express after computer been reloaded


had a problem had to wipe computer clean i have the reboot disc the technician loaded my computer with his recovery disc and not mine he told me he did not load outlook express he would have to come back later wich he as not done i have a red floppy recovery disc how can i get back my outlook express helptheresa.nott@ntlworld.com
 
Old 07-15-2008, 04:13 PM   #2
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Outlook Express to my knowledge was part of IE. Browse Microsoft's site to redownload/reinstall, etc.

Also, why are you asking about OE on a Linux forum? It has nothing to do with Linux.

Personally, I'd say drop Outlook Express and install something like Thunderbird to use email, its not as vulnerable to viruses like OE is.
 
  


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