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#1 dtilt


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Posted 25 April 2007 - 05:27 PM

can anyone tell me if you can install Outlook AFTER you have used and installed Outlook Express as your main email system without having conflicts with your other email accounts or loosing information from Express.

I have tried doing this years before and have always had major conflicts. Since Outlook wants to control all your email accounts (such as Yahoo) some of your emails go to that account or cannot get through.

I just want to know before I try it. I would like all the email information to work as it does now but be able to use Outlook instead of Outlook Express to do everything and add the additional features, but I do not want to have to uninstall and have to call my provider to help me which has happened to me before.

If anyone has had this experience or knows how it would work I would really like to hear about it.


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