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Outlook Express Classic Problem

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    Willy2
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    – CCEnhancer (CCE) wipes/removes the temporary folders & files created by Outlook Express Classic (OEC) and that creates a problem because the program wipes simply too much information.

    CCE wipes everything in the

    “C:\users\<—user—>\Appdata\Local\OEClassic\Prg\………” folder.

    – It also removes the “T” subfolder (in the “Prg” subfolder, see above) and then OEC starts generating errors everytime the user wants to select an email.

    –  In order to get OEC working again I had to manually re-create that folder “T” again.

    – To be fixed in a future version of CCE !!!!

    (I have a Windows 7 PRO 64 bit system.)

    #15596 Reply
    Shane Gowland
    Keymaster

    I’ll pass this along.

    #15614 Reply
    Shane Gowland
    Keymaster

    This issue has now been resolved.

    #15876 Reply
    Willy2
    Guest

    – CCenhancer has indeed been improved. Thumbs up for CCenhancer !!!!

    – There is another problem that needs to be adressed. Outlook Express Classic has a spelling checker. The files needed for that spelling checker are stored in the “Res” (sub-)folder and have the extensions “.aff”, “.dic” & “.license”. When those files are deleted then the user needs to re-install the files for that spelling checker. And CCenhancer does delete those spelling checker files.

    – The “Res” (sub-)folder can be found in the

    “C:\users\<—user—>\Appdata\Local\OEClassic\Prg\” folder.

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