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Microsoft® Windows® XP Inside Out Deluxe, 9780735618053 by Craig Stinson, Carl Siechert, Ed Bott

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Chapter 34. Using and Customizing Outlook Express

Getting Started with Outlook Express. 1131

Managing Identities 1143

Managing Contacts 1145

Sending Mail 1153

Reading and Organizing Mail 1158

Blocking Dangerous Attachments 1166

Using Hotmail and Other Server-Based Systems 1168

Using Newsgroups 1169

Maintaining Outlook Express 1172

Why Outlook Express? You probably use at least one suite of office applications, which means you probably already have a program to send and retrieve your e-mail. So why would you want to use Microsoft Outlook Express—especially considering that its name suggests it's just a lightweight, scaled-down, miniature version of Microsoft Outlook (the scheduling, contact management, and e-mail client component of Microsoft Office)?

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