All Your OE5 Problems Solved?

In the last issue, I wrote about "Awesome Free Resource For Solving OE5 Problems." (See ). Well, two readers sent in mails that arrived within seconds of each other— and they just may have one-upped me <g>:

Reading your item about Outlook Express information in today’s newsletter reminded me that also contains a wealth of information about OE5.—Bob Coleman

I am a regular subscriber of your Langa List. I find the same quite interesting and informative…. I just read about the OE tips from the Langalist dated 18th Jan. In this connection, I would suggest that you visit Tom Koch’s site at, which is a truly magnificent effort specifically relating to OE and many tips and tricks. He has also got other interesting links. Tom’s site has saved many a skin and he regularly contributes to the Lockergnome newsgroups with his suggestions and ideas. Mention Tom’s site and let your readers crash his webserver, if possible. Regards for a great newsletter, which I look forward to receiving.— N Ramasubramaniam

I hadn’t seen http:// before, and indeed, it is a very rich resource. Check it out!


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Fred Langa

About Fred Langa

Fred Langa is senior editor. His LangaList Newsletter merged with Windows Secrets on Nov. 16, 2006. Prior to that, Fred was editor of Byte Magazine (1987 to 1991) and editorial director of CMP Media (1991 to 1996), overseeing Windows Magazine and others.