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Default outlok 2003 default mail program.

microsoft office 2003 is installed on out windows server 2003 x64 systems and for some dizzare reason it says "outlook express is not currently set as your default mail client"
i have setup an account with outlook (administrator on local machine) and still no joy.
i have also made sure that the settings in internet explorer is set Microsoft office outlook. (tools: options: programs:email:microsoft office outlook)
the only thing i have noticed is HKLM:software:clients:mail: microsoft office outlook key is missing. i have tried using the repair and re-install program in the add-remove programs and no-luck. just wondering if anyone has any incling or ideas. cheers.


i forgot to mention this is during a "send-to : mail recipient"
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