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Incredimail Premium

by kwizd94 / December 17, 2004 3:47 AM PST

I currently have been using incredimail premium for over 2 years. My questions is when I'm away from home and at a different computer is there anyway to check my email? I also inadvertently started Outlook once and now everytime I reboot my machine both incredimail and Outlook come up and the Outlook has different messages than the Incredimail. Can anyone expain why and how to get rid of the Outlook all together? Thanks.

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by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 17, 2004 3:54 AM PST
In reply to: Incredimail Premium


As to the other issue, I don't use Incredimail so I just don't know.


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What is incredimail premium?
by Kees Bakker / December 17, 2004 4:54 AM PST
In reply to: Incredimail Premium

Is it a email-program that runs on your computer, or is it a email-service/-provider like hotmail and yahoo?

As long as files are at your email-provider, you can - in principle - view and/or retrieve them anywhere using any email-program (set it to leave the message on the server!) or webmail.
Once they are downloaded to your own computer you can't see them from the outside world any more than you can have a look at your documents from the outside world. Or you have to use a program like Bob mentions.
That's totally independent of what email-program (Incredimail or Outlook Express) you use.

Outlook probably has an option to auto-run at startup. Just uncheck it. Or run MSCONFIG to uncheck that program in the startup tab. Or, if you're sure that you will never use it, uninstall it.

Hope this helps.


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