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W95 messaging with dial up to ISP

Posted on 1998-03-11
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When installing messaging (inbox) for the first time there
is a wizzard wich guides you through all this.But this only happens once for W95 messaging.Afterwards Inbox opens with a "Profile" selector. After this you choose a service through "ADD". In the proposed list, there is MS fax,Pers.Adress book and normally also Internet mail or dial-up service.
That's my problem. Internet mail is not there, neither is dialup and trough the browse function, i cannot find the appropriate setup file to get Inbox working via dialup to an ISP.
bartl@tornado.be
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It's easy my friend. Go to Control Panel, then click Add/Remove Programs, Windows Setup tab and then add the components you need. If you need more, just ask!
Dennis
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damn   that easy
thnx anyway :)

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