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How can I uninstall Outlook without uninstalling rest of Office

Postby QXI » Fri, 19 Aug 2005 04:53:03 GMT

I have a computer application that works better with Outlook Express than 
Outlook, but as long as Outlook is installed it latches onto the inbox for 
Outlook instead. So I really would like to uninstall it, but there is no 
uninstall option for just Outlook, only for the whole MS Office.

Re: How can I uninstall Outlook without uninstalling rest of Office

Postby Peter Foldes » Fri, 19 Aug 2005 08:42:44 GMT

You can always set Outlook Express as the default Mail client.

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Re: How can I uninstall Outlook without uninstalling rest of Office

Postby DL » Fri, 19 Aug 2005 17:01:00 GMT

To uninstall OL you would have to modify the Office installation, using the
Office cd.
But as the prev.post set OE as your default email app.








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