I have Home XP & MS Office 2000 plus Outlook and Outlook Express. I send and receive emails via ATT.net.
Outlook and Outlook Express each want to be primary. What are the listed advantages of each or which shall I make primary and why.
This question was answered on June 10, 2004. Much of the information contained herein may have changed since posting.
Outlook express is standard with all Windows computers You have MS Office 2000, which has Outlook This Outlook is an advanced version with a lot more features then Outlook Express
With Outlook 2000, you can do many things You can make a schuedule for yourself Alert yourself when you have appointments or meetings You can add many contacts with information such as e-mail address, telephone number, address, etc You can add many email accounts to Outlook 2000 and view each email separately or have your emails from all account go into one inbox There are many many more features which you can read about at www.microsoft.com May of the features that are in Outlook 2000 are not in Outlook Express Outlook Express is just a basic program where you can check your emails I hope this is convincing enough to help you decide of which version out Outlook to use.
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Posted by Dimitrios of Katharine Gibbs School - New York on June 10, 2004