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XP Has been uninstalled

I've started a new job and XP has been uninstalled from my computer and office 2007 put on instead as a trial. Now I need to set up email and things and only have a product key for xp, what shall i do

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Microsoft Outlook Express, Outlook and Outlook Web Access come integrated with Windows XP. You could use any of those email programs instead of Office 2007, or you could purchase Office 2007, the choice is yours.

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Make a backup of the registry and proceed. You may proceed without registry back, if you like.


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