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I am runiing MS Office 2000. Outlook no longer sends and receives mail. I have talked to my internet provider and they say everything is correct. I recently re-installed it and outlook express keeps popping up. Please help. Also, the time of emails recently swiched to military time.

Edited by kjohn2, 08 March 2009 - 10:37 PM.

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Check your control panel for the Internet settings, (Click on Start, Settings or Control panel, then Internet Options. Once in this control panel, click on the Program tab. See what program is set to handle your email. If it is not Outlook, change it by clicking on the down arrow.

Sometimes other programs will change these settings without asking you. If your OE is popping up, then it has probably been set to handle your emails. You should also see what programs are controlling your address book & calendar. If you re-installed your Outlook2000, you may need to re-establish your ISP settings, (user name, password and mail servers).

The military time is controlled by Regional Settings control panel. Go in there and change it back to normal.

Hope this helps...

Edited by Mark D, 24 March 2009 - 12:21 PM.

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