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Author Microsoft Office Home & Student 2010 - Outlook question
Marc
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26th Oct 10 at 19:20   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

My Office came with a 1 month trial of Outlook Professional which has just expired. I thought it would just revert to the home edition but it is still saying trial expired. As a result I can't send emails, only view them.

I've been on Microsoft's verfication page but it says only pre XP and post 2007 don't need verifying.

Any ideas?!
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Home and Student doesn't come with Outlook, hence the trial. You either have to buy it or stop using it!

You can uninstall it by using appwiz.cpl (Start > run > appwiz.cpl > Highlight Office 2010 > Modify > Uninstall Outlook).

If you're just accessing POP3/IMAP/Hotmail email, use Windows Live Mail, comes as part of Windows Live Essentials 2011 and it's quite nice. And free
Marc
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Awww what!!! I didn't know that!
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http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/home-and-student/
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Just use that free Windows Live Mail thing that comes with Windows, I think it lets you import email from Outlook.
Marc
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Oooh didn't know I had that! In my defence I've only had this comp a month!
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or you could aquire a 2010 full version of office
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n00b
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Thunderbird.
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quote:
Originally posted by Aaron
n00b



 
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