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gajinoz

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Greetings, first post here.

I would like to completely remove outlook express 6 from my XP Pro SP2 system. Is there a way of doing this?

Failing that, is there a way of disabling it so it can't be used or called from another application.

Thanks.
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You can go to control panel then add / remove then add / remove windows components and remove the tick from OE and click apply though if you have not set any accounts in it, it cannot do much
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You can go to control panel then add / remove then add / remove windows components and remove the tick from OE and click apply though if you have not set any accounts in it, it cannot do much

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Unfortunately that doesn't work. I have tried processes I've foud on other web sites like editing the resgistry and deleting files and folders and all sorts of stuff but I just can't get rid of it, it's like a particularly nasty virus.
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I also would like to completely remove Outlook Express, but have been unable to do so. Is there anything available that works?
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