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Removing Add Ons - Mail Sanctity And Spamfighter

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#1 AustinHoney


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Posted 14 April 2008 - 09:45 AM

I was trying out white/black lists for outlook and have discovered that these buggers seem to be tough to uninstall. At one point or another, I installed both mail sanctity and spamfighter. They do not show up in the windows "Add/remove programs", the program directory or any other obvious place, yet they are still in place and every time I start Outlook, they cause an error that shuts down Outlook.

I've tried both a repair of Outlook and a removal and reinstall and that crap is still there.

Any idea how I get rid of them both?


I removed all obvious registry entries and reviewed my startup files where they are also either not there, or not obvious.


thanks. :thumbsup:

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 14 April 2008 - 12:44 PM

Search for the program's folder, open it, and see if it has an uninstall utility. Doing this in safemode might produce better results You can also try the Windows Installer Cleanup Utility and place a checkmark by anything referring to the apps.
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