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Outlook Default User Registry Key Entry

Posted on 2000-04-13
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When installing Outlook 2K on a user's machine, I made a typo in the default name.  This user wants it corrected immediately.  Where is the registry key for this, or will I have to uninstall and reinstall Outlook?
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by:Tazmania041300
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The only reason I made this worth only 75 points, is that's all I have.
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No registry key available... you have to do a complete uninstall/reinstall of the Office 2K line because it is branded into the support files.
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