[guispeak] Re: How do you repair Outlook Express 6?

  • From: Ann Byrne <annakb@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: guispeak@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 16:50:58 -0500

If you are using a screen reader, which one is it? Sometimes screen readers get befuddled and it looks like the program.

At 04:32 PM 5/12/2005, you wrote:



Hello,

I have posted this message initially to Blind tech and subsequently to
Guispeak.  Thus far, it has not elicited any kind of response.  So, in
hopes of obtaining the desired information, I post it once again.


On my XP home system, Outlook Express has been acting flaky of late though it is still largely functional. Often there will appear to be multiple occurrences of the last message in a folder; however, there is in fact only one such message. Additionally, sometimes I am precluded from arrowing up and down through the list of messages in a folder. This behavior is not confined always to the same folder and seems to occur randomly.

I would appreciate someone telling me step by step how to repair Outlook
Express  6.
I seem to recall that such a repair is done simultaneously on Outlook
Express 6 and Internet
Explorer 6.

Thanks much for any response.

Don Roberts

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