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iMac DUAL ISP Problems

Discussion in 'Apple Mac' started by Pioneerich, Jan 24, 2005.

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  1. Pioneerich

    Pioneerich Thread Starter

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    iMac with OS 9.2.2 (yeah I know it sucks). I am using two ISP accounts.
    The Location Manger works fine with the TCP/IP and the Remote Access
    switching.....BUT I need to know HOW to get OUTLOOK EXPRESS 5.2, and
    INTERNET EXPLORER 5.1 to switch accounts also.

    H E L P
     
  2. emoxley

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    No, it doesn't suck either! That's the last of the GOOD mac OS', IMHO. I don't like OSX! The "user friendly" went away with OSX!
    Sorry, I don't use IE or Outlook, so I can't help you with that. And MicroSoft quit supporting IE for the mac. I like Netscape, personally, for OS 9.
    With my pc, I much prefer Mozilla...............it works with OSX also.
     
  3. MSY-Houston

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    Yeah. I liked OS9, too! I'd switch to Netscape if you're planning on staying with OS9.

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