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#1 Heitk

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Posted 10 June 2006 - 09:08 AM

I wonder if this is where I'm suppose to start ?

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Posted 10 June 2006 - 09:19 AM

Ahh Ha, maybe this is working ?

I have 2 Basic questions:

(1.) Does Microsoft have a Desktop ICON for their Beta V2 "DEFENDER", If so where did they put it ?

(2.) Receiving over a hundred e-mail to my Outlook Express everyday. I was told to Add Identities with new Sub-Accounts and direct those who know me to that new e-mail address. I don't understand how to link a sub-account (Newly Acqured Sub-Account E-mail Address) to a new "Identity"

Any help on either of these would be appreciated greatly.. Bone Head Heitk

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Posted 10 June 2006 - 09:43 AM

You made it to the right place to post your first introduction. Congratulations!
However, you will get better (and faster) responses to questions by posting them in the appropriate forums where members with knowledge will look for, and find them. Since your questions are basically un-related to one another, posting each in a different forum would be best. The first question should be posted in the Vista forum (where members who are testing Vista will be able to help you) and the second in the Internet Applications forum.
Welcome to BC, a great user community!
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Posted 10 June 2006 - 10:10 AM

You made it to the right place to post your first introduction. Congratulations!
However, you will get better (and faster) responses to questions by posting them in the appropriate forums where members with knowledge will look for, and find them. Since your questions are basically un-related to one another, posting each in a different forum would be best. The first question should be posted in the Vista forum (where members who are testing Vista will be able to help you) and the second in the Internet Applications forum.
Welcome to BC, a great user community!
Regards,
John






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