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Guide to Outlook Express

Outlook ExpressOutlook Express is an email client supplied with earlier versions of Windows, including Windows XP. While it does not offer all the functionality of its big brother Outlook, Outlook Express is quite capable, and includes everything you need to send and receive email.

This guide will show you how to use Outlook Express, including recovering deleted email and dealing with the increasing problem of spam. You will also find out how to set it up in order to receive your email, and also how to customize the appearance with custom skins using two programs called IEmage and Skinner.

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