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outlook express isnt default email


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#1 uncfingers

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Posted 17 August 2005 - 10:13 AM

:thumbsup: hi i have outlook express and i have noticed that i never get anything in the in box...whereas b4 i usedto have to clear the inbox cos it was full of junk mail..i have recently had bother with my computer and had to have it wiped clean as i had viruses in the system and since i have had it back i am not able to use internet explorer as hotmail is my defaul email. before my problems i was able to use both .but mainly hotmail. can any one help and explain in easy to follow instructions how to get both of them working like i had b 4..i am using xp as my o/s... many thanks :flowers:

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Posted 17 August 2005 - 10:32 AM

You will need to configure Outlook Express to recieve your email. Go to Tools>Accounts and under the Mail tab click Add>Mail and follow the prompts.

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