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    iHateSpam not seeing Outlook as default (MSO 2003)

    I realize that this very well may be an his issue, but:

    Is there some registry entry or file that is commonly used for checking as to what the default mail client is?

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    Re: iHateSpam not seeing Outlook as default (MSO 2

    What you need is Google: http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=registry+...ult+mail+client. See if the first hit (suitably amended for Outlook) does what you want... Or the second...

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    Re: iHateSpam not seeing Outlook as default (MSO 2

    John:

    Thanks for the lead...

    What I found is that while Outlook was acting as the default, (for some reason) it wasn't showing up in IE/Tools/Internet Options/Programs.

    I ran an install/repair and that seemed to fix it.


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