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Netscape Navigator/Internet Explorer

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In the past I was able to connect to the internet by simply double-clicking either Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer.  This no longer works.  In order for me to correctly connect to the internet I have to select "Send and Receive" in Microsoft Outlook.  Can anyone help?
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I'll be brief..

IE: Menu.View.InternetOptions.. ConnectionTab.. use the connection wizard

NETSCAPE:Menu.Edit.Preferences... OffLineMenuTreeItem.. set options


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Thanks for the help.
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