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I have just received computer back from shop with new motherboard and CPU installed. Windows Office 2003 installed. When I first fired it up last week I noticed that my default e-mail program was Microsoft Outlook 2003. However I chose to use Outlook Express. Now I can't change it back because I can't find Microsoft OUtlook anywhere. I have done a search which also included hidden files, but to no avail. I get a message that it was deleted, moved etc. Anybody know what the actual file name for this application is called.

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I have just received computer back from shop with new motherboard and CPU installed. Windows Office 2003 installed. When I first fired it up last week I noticed that my default e-mail program was Microsoft Outlook 2003. However I chose to use Outlook Express. Now I can't change it back because I can't find Microsoft OUtlook anywhere. I have done a search which also included hidden files, but to no avail. I get a message that it was deleted, moved etc. Anybody know what the actual file name for this application is called.

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The filename is outlook.exe
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Thank you I got it back.

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