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Old Friday 23rd August 2002, 21:47   #1
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Microsoft exchange

Anyone know how to get rid of this?????

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Old Saturday 24th August 2002, 08:27   #2
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I'm not totally familiar with what Exchange is, but can it not be uninstalled from 'Add/Remove Programs' in 'Start/Settings/Control Panel'? Presuming you're using a PC, of course.

If Exchange is part of Microsoft Office, you need to go to 'Start/Settings/Control Panel', then 'Add/Remove Programs', then either scroll down to see if Microsoft Exchange is in the scrolling list, or go to Microsoft Office (if you have it) and uninstall it from there - MAKING SURE YOU DON'T ACTUALLY UNINSTALL THE WHOLE OF OFFICE (if you have it).

Presuming you DO have Office, double clicking on 'Microsoft Office Version xxxx' will give you the choice of installing or uninstalling components, repairing the Office system or uninstalling the whole lot.

I hope that helps. :confused:
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Old Saturday 24th August 2002, 14:40   #3
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Hi Annie,


I've never heard of 'Microsoft Exchange' either :confused: .....but would've advised along the exact same lines as Ralph!

DO take care NOT to uninstall the whole of 'Office', unless of course you have the software available to re-install it!

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Old Sunday 25th August 2002, 20:16   #4
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Thanks all for your advise, we have managed to sort it out, it was a bloomin' nuisance popping up all over the place!!!

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