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Change Name In Email From Box In Outlook Express


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#1 mistermac

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Posted 02 September 2006 - 03:17 PM

Dear friends,
can you please help..

I have just set-up a broadband connection for a neighbour, and in error have placed his email address in the name box in outlook express. So box now reads kkkk@hhhhhh.net,, instead of john and molly
can you please direct me to the right place in O\E to delete the former and enter neighbours name.... (john and molly).
As Broadband works fine both in O\E and Internet explorer. I am reluctent enter the email wizard to mess with a subject that I always seem to stumble with...

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#2 buddy215

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Posted 02 September 2006 - 04:08 PM

I believe this is what you are looking for in Outlook Express

open inbox/ click on tools/ click on accounts/ select mail tab/ click on properties button
Name--enter John and Molly
mail address--enter email address
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