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I have a custom program written in access that generates reports and emails them.  It used to send them through Outlook.  A couple of days ago, I ran the reports and then it ran the Outlook Express setup wizard.  I want these reports to be going through Outlook again.  I've deleted the mail account in Outlook Express and Access just runs the Outlook Express setup wizard again.  How do I setup Outlook to be the default email program again?

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What program is being pointed to in IE > Tools > Interntet Options > Programns > E-mail?


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Havn't thought to check there.  I will and post again.
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Check it out, looks like a good comment.
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Thanks for the help.  It's funny how some hard problems have the easiest solutions.  Thanks again.
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Hehe yeah ain't that the truth.
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