after disabling messenger

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stapler101

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After disabling messenger (thru gpedit), I get a delay in the launch of outlook express. I found a microsoft document that said go to the "other" tab in outlook options and disable messenger but I can't find "other" or a reference to messenger after I disable.
Before disabling, there is a choice to allow "automatically log on to messenger"
How do I stop the delay in opening outlook?
 

Akash

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re-enable it :)

there was posts in the previous forum regarding this matter but ah well ... we cant get to them
 

Akash

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eh??

no

maybe you were not around before...
basically there used to be a forum before this...
then the forum was scrapped and updated to a much better one (this one)
but as a result, user accounts and most of all, all the posts/threads had to be removed because of incompatibility with this one.

i think the waddy was thinknig of converting them to html but im not sure

anyway, what i was saying is i had seen a post a while back on the old forums about your problem...
 
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stapler101

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That makes sense.
I still hope someone knows the answer.
 
V

Ves007

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Microsoft has something done that when you disable MSN all other programs will start, run slower.
The only solution is leaving it alone.
 

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