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Posted on 1998-10-01
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I used to use outlook 97 together win many copies of win 95 osr2 Now I have upgraded to win98 and outlook 98 and it appears I can no longer create a postoffice to point various different machines on my network at. where has the post office facility gone??????
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On the win98 CD there is a \tools\oldwin95\message\wms.exe. This file contains the old Windows Messaging System and the files you need for the PO. You need to reinstall Outlook 98.
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