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    Outlook Express vs Netscape mail. (OE 6.0 SP1)

    Hello to everyone.
    Today's problem is that I have OE set as my default mail server, yet when on the Web and I select send a page as a link or entire page, Netscape opens and asks if I want to select it as my default server. I have OE set as defalut all over the place, but the option doesn't seem to be effective.

    Please tell me how to get rid of Netscape Mail once and for all.
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    Re: Outlook Express vs Netscape mail. (OE 6.0 SP1)

    Hey Duchess--

    If you don't care about uninstalling all of Netscape, you can go to Add/Remove. I don't know what version of Netscape or Mozilla this is from. Also there is Clean Netscape Uninstall. I'd remove Netscape and then if you want parts, custom install it without the email folders.

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    Re: Outlook Express vs Netscape mail. (OE 6.0 SP1)

    Gloria--

    This might also help by showing you where it hooks up to OE.

    Netscape and OE

    [Added SMBP: Since Netscape can be tenacious, and it's profile files may stay in, you might want to go to Windows Explorer and delete email files if you can identify them:

    Uninstall Netscape


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    Re: Outlook Express vs Netscape mail. (OE 6.0 SP1)

    Thank you. Now why didn't I think of that? The solutions was too simple, I guess that's why.

    Netscape is version 7.1 and Mozilla is 5.0. I don't mind removing it entirely, the only reason I have it in the first place is because that Comcast guy suggested that I use it when I was having problems with OE (you remember that one I know).

    Netscape is as good as gone.
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