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How do I get rid of the 'Go Hip Video' tag from my emails?

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I downloaded a short program from www.gohip.com which would allow me to view video clips on their sight. Now every time I go to email someone , at the beginning of each email it has 'Click here for FreeV ideo!! http://www.gohip.com/freevideo/'

How do I get rid of this tag, so it doesn't appear in my emails?

I am using MS Outlook Express.
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What email program are you using?
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Edited text of question.
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In the tools options, try and see in signature section if there is any signature. If there is other than yours delete it.
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