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Windows XP Service Pack 1 --- READ THIS!

  • Subject: Windows XP Service Pack 1 --- READ THIS!
  • From: "Bill Meyer" njhosta@hotmail.com
  • Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 12:16:49 -0400

Hi Everybody,
        I just tried to install Windows XP Service Pack 1 this morning and ran into some real problems with it. I had to do a System Restore to get my E-mail working right again. If you have XP and are using Outlook Express for your E-mail, do NOT install Service Pack 1 at this time. A search of the Microsoft Newsgroups turned up the following exchange:
 
After installing SP1 for XP, I can no longer switch identities in Outlook Express! All that happens when I either double click on the other identity, or click on it and click OK, is it acts like it is switching, ie. OE closes and reopens, but it is still in the Main Identity! Anyone else run into this?------------------------------------------------------- It's a known issue with SP1 that that happens. It should be fixed shortly. -- Jason Tsang - Windows XP MVP & Associate Expert<FONT face=Arial size=2>   Guess it's not ready for release yet, not that that stopped them. They can't get it to work with Outlook Express?!</FONT><FONT face=Arial size=2>                                  ........Bill Meyer</FONT>         




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