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Outlook password

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by JustMe2, Jan 9, 2003.

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  1. JustMe2

    JustMe2 Thread Starter

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    Recently acquired a decent used computer from my place of employment. Problem is a former employee used Outlook to check his personal email from work. He put a password on it, so now of course everytime that Outlook is opened it asks for the password. How can I completely remove any trace of this guy's email from the machine, so that Outlook just opens? Hopefully without having to re-install Outlook.
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  2. Del

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    I believe you will have to know the password in order to remove the account.
     
  3. JustMe2

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    You know what, Del, That's not really what I wanted to hear!:D (but pretty much what I expected!!)
    Thanks for answering!
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  4. Del

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    Sorry Charlie?
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    What version of Outlook are you running?
     
  5. JustMe2

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    Outlook 2000, which I own as part of Office Premium. So I just now went ahead and removed it. Not even sure if I'll re-install it on that machine. I'm getting ready to change my isp, so as long as I can check mail from this machine, it's okay.
    Just thought that I might use it if I could have gotten rid of his password!
    Thanks again!
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