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Topic # 95084 26-Dec-2011 22:02 Send private message

I have downloaded the Free Trial of MS Office Home and Business 2010 for the sole purpose of trying Outlook 2010 but when I downloaded the software, Outlook was missing. I have uninstalled and reinstalled 3 times. All with the same result. Has anybody got any idea as to what's up with this?

Thanks.

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  Reply # 561691 26-Dec-2011 23:36 Send private message

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-office_install/missing-outlook-2010-when-dowloaded-ms-office-home/a432729a-badb-4d51-b0c8-e255141a51d8



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  Reply # 561711 27-Dec-2011 06:35 Send private message

Thanks gehenna. I googled the subject and didn't come across that one. You rock.

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  Reply # 562766 30-Dec-2011 07:08 Send private message

You can just download Mozilla Thunderbird and forget about MS Outlook Laughing

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  Reply # 562775 30-Dec-2011 08:31 Send private message

maddygeek: You can just download Mozilla Thunderbird and forget about MS Outlook Laughing


How's Thunderbirds Exchange support these days... 

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