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#1 willythecat

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Posted 19 July 2009 - 11:01 AM

XP Home SP3 & IE8.
Because l followed the official upgrade route, l was still able to use Outlook Expess 6 with IE8.
My OE6 is now totally "screwed" so l'm stuck (although l can use my ISP's email service).
I've googled OE6, but because it's part of IE6, it wont let me download because "l have a newer version of IE".
Is there a way/a site where l can just download OE6 without the IE6 check being made?
I don't want to use MS's Windows Live Mail!
Or is there another similar mail program out there that just runs as an email program and doesn't take over the toolbar like Thunderbird?
Thanks

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Posted 21 July 2009 - 10:24 AM

XP Home SP3 & IE8.
Because l followed the official upgrade route, l was still able to use Outlook Expess 6 with IE8.
My OE6 is now totally "screwed" so l'm stuck (although l can use my ISP's email service).
I've googled OE6, but because it's part of IE6, it wont let me download because "l have a newer version of IE".
Is there a way/a site where l can just download OE6 without the IE6 check being made?
I don't want to use MS's Windows Live Mail!
Or is there another similar mail program out there that just runs as an email program and doesn't take over the toolbar like Thunderbird?
Thanks

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