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    'Free Up Disk Space' Annoyance (6)

    Crew...

    Whenever I log off of Outlook Express...I get an annoying message that reads: "To Free Up Disk Space, Outlook Express can compact messages...homina, homina, homina..." I don't want to see this message everytime I leave my e-mail utility. is there any way to turn it off in the program config?

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    Re: 'Free Up Disk Space' Annoyance (6)

    You already asked this in September - see <post:=601,977>post 601,977</post:>.

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    Re: 'Free Up Disk Space' Annoyance (6)

    What do you answer when this message pops up ???

    If you say yes, it will compact things and then should leave you alone until you add many more messages to your folders or do some housekeeping and move or delete a bunch of emails.
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    Re: 'Free Up Disk Space' Annoyance (6)

    Hans & Doc...

    Guess I'm loosing it...must be the work stress, 'n' all. I'll just compact 'em (reading Han's explaination to Viking, it sounds like the right way to go, anyway.)

    Thanks very much,

    mark4man
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