Mail Icon in Control Panel
We have a Windows 2003 server which someone else has done a "clean insall"
of the operating system. Now we are configuring some 3rd party software that
requires we have access to the mail icon in the control panel, yet we do not
have the typical mail icon in the control panel. My question is, which
component during a windows install is the one that places that icon in the
control panel, so I can add it from Add /Remove Windows Components.
Any tips welcome.. Thanks
Re: Mail Icon in Control Panel
This isn't part of Windows per se. You'd only see the mail icon if you
created a MAPI profile via a software utility, or had Outlook installed
(which lets you creates a MAPI profile). Your third party software should
have more info for you,as this is a requirement...if it doesn't, ask the
developers/support people. I'd be wary of installing Outlook (or other
desktop apps) on a server, for what it's worth.
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