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Few things for you to try:
1) If you can access the email address used to configure the software, you can request a temporary password (as described here, page 66). Once you have the password you can easily uninstall the program.
2) Run MSCONFIG. Go to Startup tab and uncheck all K9 related entries. Go to the Services tab and do the same, then click OK and restart the computer. If that worked, K9 should still be installed, yet disabled!
3) (Could be used in combination with both options above) Using Hijackthis, check and fix (clear) all K9 entries from the list. [Run it; Click "Do a system scan only"; Check the relevant entries; Click "Fix checked"; Exit the program when done.] Entries could always be recovered by choosing "View the list of backups" inside the program.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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