(Solved) WinXP Outlook Express

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mgbgtgrimm

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Here I go again, please forgive me, in my WinME when I open OUTLOOK EXPRESS I get a window with three (3) sections: 1.is labeled Outlook Express for Gregory Cenzer, and it lists E-mail,Newsgroups,Contacts; 2.is labeled Folders, Outlook Express,Local Folders,inbox,outbox,sent items,deleted items,drafts,saved stuff: 3. is labeled Contacts and lists all of my address book contacts. Fine this is a wonderfull thing!

HOWEVER, IN WinXP this does not happen. When I click the Outlook Express icon all I get is a single window with only my inbox items showing and NOTHING ELSE (there I am going backwards again).

How do I set up my WinXP Outlook Express to operate EXACTLY the same way it does in my WinME computer.
Greg & Grimm :mad: :( :confused:
 
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Have you tried going to view, layout and selecting the components that you want to see? Contacts, Folder Bar, Folder List & Tool Bar.

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Keith
 

mgbgtgrimm

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NO I haven't but I will now. Didn't do it because I never had to do it in WinME. Thanks for the info. Greg & Grimm
 

mgbgtgrimm

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Thanks that worked out fine. Just wondering if that was the fault of MS or the builder that installed WinXP as on WinME computer I didnot have to do anything like that but that was a different builder. Greg & Grimm
 
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