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    cataloi Guest

    Default Accessing Outlook Express

    Since installing ForceField I cannot access Outlook Express - on clicking icon the browser appears for a moment then disappears. Internet Explorer is fine. Anyone know the answer to this problem?

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:Other ZoneAlarm Product

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    bandicoot Guest

    Default Re: Accessing Outlook Express



    I have the same problem. If I log on with ZAFF running, then open Outlook Express 6 before using Internet Explorer 7, it
    all works
    fine. But
    once I close Outlook Express and use IE7, I can't restart Outlook Express unless I first shut down ZAFF. Outlook Express tries to open but is immediately killed off.

    Any time
    IE7
    plus ZAFF are run prior to Outlook Express, Outlook Express is prevented
    from running. Shutting down IE7 doesn't help. The only answer is to close ZAFF first (which of course closes IE7). Then Outlook Express works.

    (Also, if Outlook Express is run first and left running, then IE7 is started, deleting an email results in Outlook Express being killed off)

    Very inconvenient. Does anyone have a solution?

    Operating System: Windows XP Home

    Message Edited by Bandicoot on 12-30-2008 04:45 AM

    Message Edited by Bandicoot on 12-30-2008 04:46 AM

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    alexkrenvalk Guest

    Default Re: Accessing Outlook Express

    Quote Originally Posted by cataloi View Post
    Since installing ForceField I cannot access Outlook Express - on clicking icon the browser appears for a moment then disappears. Internet Explorer is fine. Anyone know the answer to this problem?

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:Other ZoneAlarm Product
    Some days ago I was in unpleasant situation.Because when I opened my MS Outlook Express I saw that my account password was lost.But my friend helped me- ~~snip ~~ Software solved my issues in seconds and without payment.Moreover I knew how utility allows to recover passwords for Microsoft Outlook accounts and files with *.pst extension.
    Last edited by fax; December 6th, 2009 at 09:19 AM. Reason: No commercial in here. See Terms of Use

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