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Solved: Delete Block Sender List

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by bob970, Mar 3, 2009.

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  1. bob970

    bob970 Thread Starter

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    In windows XP Home, how do you clear the block sender list?:eek::eek::(
     
  2. throoper

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    If it's Outlook Express, Tools>Messages>Block Senders.
    Highlight the names and click Remove.
     
  3. bob970

    bob970 Thread Starter

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    I was doing that. I was hoping for a faster way. It took a while as I had an awful lot to delete. Thank You for your responce. it is appreciated. Bob
     
  4. Deke40

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    On W98se when the block senders list became corrupted you just simply deleted it from the registry and it would recreate it self.

    Just open the registry editory and go to "Edit" and click "Find". Type in Block Senders List and it will take you to the proper key.

    Highlight it and go to "File" and click "Export" name the file and click save.(Be sure you see where it is going)

    The be sure the key is highlighted and right click it and delete it.

    I have done this numerous time in 98SE when the list became corrupted with no ill effects.
     
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