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Outlook 2003

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I'm trying to check in Outlook 2003 if the check boxes are enabled / disabled so my program runs smoothley.. eg. Goto

tools -> options -> mail format and see if the check box [_] Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to read Rich Text e-mail messages

then enable them or disable them if I choose.. What would be great is if it was saved to the registery then I can read / write very easy...

Any help would be great...

Thanks

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I'm trying to check in Outlook 2003 if the check boxes are enabled / disabled so my program runs smoothley.. eg. Goto

tools -> options -> mail format and see if the check box [_] Use Microsoft Office Word 2003 to read Rich Text e-mail messages

then enable them or disable them if I choose.. What would be great is if it was saved to the registery then I can read / write very easy...

Any help would be great...

Thanks

1 way would be to look at the Outlook registry entries before you enable any check boxes (even export it). Then check what you want and look at the same entries to see what the changes are. That way you could just use RegWrite to do it.

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