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    Re: Outlook Survey

    1. No
    2. Outlook 2000
    3. Yes NAV 5.01.03c
    4. Yes Norton System Works 2.0

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    Outlook Survey

    <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1>Edited by ril on 01/01/20 22:05.</FONT></P>I'm taking a survey of Outlook users (any version) using Outlook in Internet Mail Only (IMO) mode. You can go to Help->About Microsoft Outlook to see which version you have installed (second line of the About dialog).

    The other requirement to participate in this survey is that you must have Fax support installed. Go to Tools->Accounts, and there should be an item named 'Symantec Fax Starter Edition'. If there is not, then you don't have standard fax support installed.

    So for those still with me, do you have trouble with Outlook losing the window focus after it has been running for a couple minutes? The easiest way to tell is that the color of the Outlook title bar (top line) changes, typically to a gray color (depending on your color settings). Also, to type into Outlook you need to reselect the Outlook window, or else all your text gets typed into another window, or into oblivion.

    For those that meet the above criteria, if you can, respond with:
    1. Whether or not you experience this problem (Yes/No)
    2. Outlook Version (95, 97, 98, 2000, etc.)
    3. Whether you have Symantec's Norton Anti-virus installed (Yes/No), and if so, which version.
    4. Whether you have any other Symantec products installed, including Norton Utilities (Yes/No), and if so, which version(s).

    Note that this 'losing focus' phenomena only occurs one time for each time you load Outlook. So, if you keep Outlook loaded all day, you should only see it once (several minutes after you load Outlook). If, on the other hand, you load and unload Outlook many times per day, you may see this phenomena occur once each time you load Outlook.

    Thanks for participating![img]/w3timages/icons/king.gif[/img]

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    Re: Outlook Survey

    1) Yes, still!!!
    2) Outlook2000
    3) Yes, NAV 2000
    4) Heck no

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