I want Outlook Express on my Moxilla....

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Old 08-29-07, 07:35 AM
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I want Outlook Express on my Moxilla....

Firefox. How do I go about getting it onto my taskbar?

And I don't want any smart a__ answers either!
 
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First, I don't recommend you use Outlook Express. It is Microsoft's most abysmal piece of software.

Second, I don't understand your question.

When you install Outlook Express on your system, it is added to the start menu.
 
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Hey Bob,

Your an engineer...figure out the question.

I'm running Firefox and I want O. E. in the taskbar. Why is it, you cannot understand this????????????????????????/
 
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What task bar?
What task bar?
 
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Old 08-29-07, 02:01 PM
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Bob,

Is it possible it is called the "control bar"?

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Old 08-29-07, 02:11 PM
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I'm like Bob, in that using Outlook Express is similar to reverting to Windows 3.1. The benefits of Outlook 2003 and above outweigh anything OE can give you. Mainly it is integrable to your phone, PDA, etc.
You won't get OE on the task bar or control bar (if that is what it is called), but you can drag and drop the icon from your desktop to the tray at the bottom without any problem.
At least you are using Firefox. Good choice.
 
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Old 08-29-07, 02:29 PM
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Kyle,

Also refrain from demeaning anyone with your rude and ignorant replies. You will not be helped if you continue to post replies like you have. You have to be specific about your situation in order to get a good answer.
 
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The bar you are referring to is the toolbar. Taskbar means something entirely different. The task bar is the bar which defaukts to the bottom of the screen, from which you can switch between running programs and perform other tasts.

I do not know how to add a program to the toolbar. I am sure that it can be done, but I don't know how to do it.

I suggest that you place it in the quick launch section of the task bar, if you want to be able to open it at any time.
 
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Nice show of patience, Bob. Water off a ducks back and all that.

So what is a good program to replace outlook? I know there is other stuff, but what's good and has a lot of the same types of features? Also, does any of it synch with PDA's? I just got Moto Q, the beginners almost a PDA. Haven't done synch yet, not the driving force behind my getting it. But I have 4 PC's networked at my business.
 
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Old 08-29-07, 03:50 PM
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Integrator,

I don't know of any other programs like Outlook. We use Outlook 2003 exclusively in the government and everyone hooks up their Crackberries (Blackberries) and syncs no problem.

I have never had a problem with Outlook (besides Express) so I would not know what else to recommend.
 
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Kyle;

You can use Thunderbird in place of OE..
Much safer program to use..

http://www.mozilla.org/support/thunderbird/
 
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