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By gpwn ·
I have a new computer with windows xp pro which doesn't have ms outlook. can i use my old computer's restoration disk to load outlook? it was windows 98.

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by andre.dierick In reply to Setting up outlook

Restoration disks normally do not contain an installable version of Outlook, they contain an image of some sort of the disk as originally installed by the computer manufacturer. There's only one way to obtain Outlook: buy it. A tip: there are books on the market (such as "Running Outlook 98") which include a version of Outlook. But I'm not sure they exist on newer Outlook versions.
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Andr?

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no,but you can download it

by lady12farwalker In reply to MS-Outlook

no like it says the restoration disk is just that. But you can do a search in google for email applications outlook downloads and it brings severl options. I hope this helps.

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no,but you can download it

by lady12farwalker In reply to MS-Outlook

no like it says the restoration disk is just that. But you can do a search in google for email applications outlook downloads and it brings severl options. I hope this helps. ----lady12farwalker

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nope

by Hiro_Protagonist In reply to Setting up outlook

A restoration cd will format your drive and reinstall everything, including Windows 98.

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