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Re: Set Email Client?

By wayneinreno ·
I am having trouble getting my email client to activate. When I click on an address, say custserv@apex.com, I can't get my compose function to come up. I use Hotmail. If I am on Yahoo, no problem, it goes to the yahoo compose automaticaly. But, if Iam on a different site,Hotmail is supposed to kick in, and I keep getting a message saying I have to check my password and sign in. I think I disabled my email client somehow. Also, why does my cursor stop and stutter all the time.

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Re: Set Email Client?

by larryhyman In reply to Re: Set Email Client?

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In IE5 in the internet settings, goto programs and make Hotmail your default email client. Also, if it keeps asking you for your user name and password, that is normal for hotmail, if no cookie has been set (no cookie for a public computer) if it is not a public computer and you would like a cookie to be set to keep your hotmail username and password, do this:

if you have MSN messenger service on the machine, unde account optiond check the box that says log me in automatically on this machine.

If you donot have MSN messenger service. Go to www.msn.com, do a passport login and choose, keep me logged in on this machine.

This will generate a cookie, but do not do this if someone else has access to the machine because they will have access to your hotmail account

Larry Hyman

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by wayneinreno In reply to Re: Set Email Client?

I just received a message saying this was answered, well I don't see any, and the status still reads "unanswered".

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