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Windows 7: How delete all traces of user in Outlook 2010 so re-install is fresh


02 May 2012   #1

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How delete all traces of user in Outlook 2010 so re-install is fresh

I found that if bad settings got entered when going into Outlook 2010 Pro (x32 option) for initial setup that sometimes I need to erase those things before re-installing. But, it remembers the previous user specific information and customizations after a re-install. How can I delete all that garbage so its a fresh install?

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02 May 2012   #2

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Go to control panel Mail and create a new profile under ''profiles'' .
Make sure you keep a back-up of your previous one though.

HTH
Kk
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03 May 2012   #3

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Thanks! It worked.
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03 May 2012   #4

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glad to help
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