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Have laptop that is connected wirelessly to the office network and also to the internet.. i'm using outlook express and we are are to receive emails but not send.... he can also get on the internet so I don't know what has happened. I've check the SMTP address and everything seems to be ok.. 2. We replaced a desktop computer in the office with a computer that one of the employee had at home. It is running XP home edition... I;ve tried to load a couple of programs and get the error message that I don't have the rights to do it and need to get the administrator permission. I've gone in and looked at the user setting and the user is the administrator. I tried several things...but are unsucessful. any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you very much

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