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On a Mac OS X 10.6.4 computer, how can I make it so that Netscape mail won't launch by default everytime that the OS boots?

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On a Mac OS X 10.6.4 computer, how can I make it so that Netscape mail won't launch by default every time that the OS boots?

We have changed the default mail application to the Macintosh Mail program, and we don't want to use Netscape email on this Mac OS X 10.6.4 computer at all.

So, how can I make it so that Netscape mail won't launch by default every time that the OS boots?
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Right click on the icon, options and there should be one that says open at login - untick it. Or go to system prefs, accounts login items ... either should work.
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Great info.
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