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How to set my outlook as my default mail client?

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I have outlook express installed, then later I installed outlook, but my default mail client is still outlook express, not outlook. There is a button in outlook express to set outlook express as the default mail client, but there is no that button in outlook. How to set that?
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Open your ie (Internet Explorer)
Then go to Tool -> Internet Option.
If you have lower version ie then go to View -> Internet option, Then go to Program Tab and set email to Microsoft outlook instead of outlook express.

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Thank you very much! That's exactly what I want.
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