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#1 gps

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 10:38 AM

Hey all, this is a two part question....small glitch but

1.Windows Installer pops up when I click on emails from a couple of senders. In this case, for FrontPage2000. I can click cancel and it goes away. I tried a patch from Microsoft that someone sent, however it did not work. Any suggestions?

2. When starting Outlook, I log in with user ID and pass......then, it pops back up requiring me to enter it a second time. After that, I get in. WT?

Thanks in advance,
Greg

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Posted 27 February 2009 - 11:01 AM

Try this:

Open Outlook. Resize its window so that you can see a part of your desktop.
Open one of the folders. In the right pane highlight one of the emails with the mouse (don't open it), hold it and drag it to an empty space on your desktop. You see a copy of that email on your desktop.
Right-click it and select Properties > press Change. From the list select Outlook and click OK then Apply and OK.
Now go to Outlook and try to open an email.




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