I recently upgraded my Win95 to Win2K on my 1998 Gateway desktop. After doing so, I installed a wireless card and antenna. It works great. Here is the problem: When I bring up my internet email account, the SEND and REPLY selections are not present to be choices. In other words, I can read my email but I can't respond and if I write an email, I can't send it. Suggestions? Do I need more memory?
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If you have installed Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, it will set itself as your default mail client. Hit the Windows ball or Start button on the lower left of the desktop - All Programs - Outlook Express. When it opens; hit File - Export - To Outlook (Messages). Outlook Express will export all of your messages, contacts and account settings to Outlook 2007 and you will be able to use the better, upgraded Outlook Mail client.
Here is a link to the download of OE 6.0
Outlook Express is a part of Internet Explorer 4.0 through 6.0. It is a part of Windows XP. If you have Vista or Windows 7 you cannot use Outlook Express. Vista has Windows Mail preinstalled. Windows 7 has no installed desktop mail program. However you can download and use Windows Live Mail or Mozilla Thunderbird in Windows 7
Microsoft Outlook Express does not have its own setup program. Outlook Express is distributed as the mail client for Microsoft Internet Explorer. The Internet Explorer setup program includes the option to install Outlook Express. So, download IE latest version and install OE in it.
You will have to configure the account in outlook express again and after taht you can get your emails back in outlook because you have upgraded your computer and if you have back up of email then you can also import it. you can also use the link http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie6/using/howto/oe/setup.mspx go get the help to configure the account in outlook express.
Outlook is part of the windows XP/2K and it contained in the windows XP/2K software. Here is how to install. 1) Turn on computer and wait until it boots. 2) Go "start" and then "Control Panel" 3) Left click "Control Panel" and it will open. You will see a lot of categories. The third one from the upper left corner is called "add or remove software and windows components". 4) Double left click and when it opens, it might take a little time, you will see all of the installed software. 5) On the left column, the third item from the top is called "add/remove windows componenets" 6) You left click on it and it will open, showing you the list of components. 7) Scroll downward until the bottom. The fourt little square from the last one is called :outlook express". Left click on the square and it will show a checkmark. 8) You left click "next" and the system will install outlook express for you. When finished close to desktop. Then you go "start" which will open the programs. There is a short green arrow. Put your mouse on it. It will open all the installed programs. 9) Look for Outlook Express and right click it. Commands will open: choose the "create shortcut". The short cut will be either on the side of the title or it will go all the way to the bottom. 10) Pick it up with your mouse and drop it into the desktop. Close back to the desktop. You should see "Outlook Express". It is all yours. Open it, use it and enoy it. Thank you for considering our service... My name is Cnostantin (arzconst is my nickname with Fixya.com)
in bios setup usually under security you can remove user passwords.
you get into safemode for 2000 and in control panel and remove it form users administrator account
If your not interested in to os systems then you can format
it depends on what os you are installing if you are installing windows xp, all pre 2000 graphics card dont usualy need drivers in windows xp, if its not asking for drivers you maybe have to install them manualy *DRIVERLINK* (winxp):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/xp/legacy-xp.html *DRIVERLINK* (win2k):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/2k/legacy-2k.html *DRIVERLINK*(win98):http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/98me/legacy-98me.html
These are the last drivers made by ati for that graphics card
I think the problem is from your sender. Is the message sent from a personnel email address or from a corporate address? I asked because where I worked, we could make rules to send messages and sometimes those rules were causing that type of problem.