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How to erase my old e-mail address, because of so much spam being received, in outlook express. i want to keep my current providers e-mail address. hope you can help me before i get someone to reformat the drive to get rid of it. thanking you in anticipation a.vaughan

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Go to contacts and delete the unwanted email addresses and this will fix the issue.. additionally if you are having spam filter which protects spams.

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Do u mean to deactivate it to close that email like closing an account??

if u want to perform that just go to "edit my profile in ur email page"

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help and technical support how to set up Outlook 2003 to access Orange email Article ID: kb3529 Which version of Outlook am I using?
There are a number of versions of Microsoft Outlook available. These instructions provide a step by step guide to setting up Outlook 2003, however if you use a different version, the instructions can be adapted using the settings section.
If you're unsure which version of Outlook you are using, click on Help and select About Microsoft Office Outlook.
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From Outlook 2003, click on the Tools menu and select Options.

Tip: If you are unable to see Options click on the double arrow at the bottom to expand the list.
set up an email account
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  • in the 'email account field' click on Email Accounts
choose the option Add a new email account and click on Next
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from the 'Email Settings' field, enter the information below:
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Internet email receive a message with the subject 'Microsoft Office Outlook Test Message' from yourself, demonstrating that you are now able to send and receive emails using Outlook 2003.
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If vista's explorer is set up like XP you should be able to copy your data into outlook express.
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Making sure you have everything.
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If Vista's lay out is the same as XP than copy Outlook Express folder to Vista.
Suggest you have your current ISP setting /account setup before copying to Vista

Let me know if this works for you!
Good Luck & Kind Regards.

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