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Outlook Express 6

I've opened Outlook Express and have several emails waiting to be opened. I can't open them because it says: "Message has not been downloaded. Outlook has not yet downloaded this message. To download the message 'click here' 'click SPACE'. I tried this but it doesn't work. I have received subsequent emails and have managed to open them.

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PS My D drive says it's almost full and I have tons of space on my C Drive - how do I make more space on D Drive or transfer stuff to C Drive? thanks

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Sounds like Outlook Express is set to read the headings only. If you click on it it should open. Unless your drive is full.

You can install Windows Live Mail and it will upgrade your e-mail in Outlook Express to the new program. The download is free and available at Microsoft.com.

As far as the D drive goes, you should change some of your program settings to put files on the C drive. If you loaded up programs on your D drive, unistall them and load them to you C drive.

There might be some folders you can copy from the D to C drive but if it is a program, it will no longer work properly. Use your best judgement when dragging and dropping them from one drive to the other.

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