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Using Microsoft Mail from Outlook 98

Posted on 1998-12-14
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How can i configure my outlook 98 to use Microsoft Mail?
In my Outlook's tools menu i don't have a services sub-menu.
I have only Tools->Accounts, and in the accounts screen you can't define Microsoft Mail.
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by:bartsmit
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Outlook Express doesn't support MS Mail.

You either have to use the full Outlook product or Windows Messaging which is included on the Win98 CD. I believe it's under OldWindows.
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wayneb earned 100 total points
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mordi,

You must rerun setup and choose the corporate workgroup option in order to have msmail installed and not just internet only, make the choose during setup. This is the only way to have msmail installed with the services option where you can configure additional options.

Good Luck.
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