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Newsgroup reader in Outlook 98?

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Hallo!
Is it possible to use Outlook 98 as a newsgroup reader? I uninstalled Outlook Express 4 and installed Outlook 98's news reader but I do not know how to activate it (the "News" item in the "Go" menu disappeared after uninstalling Outlook Express...)

Could you help me?

Thank you

Giovanni
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Outlook Express is Outlook's News Reader... Kinda sucks I think..

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I thought that....
Thanks for the confirmation.

Giovanni
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