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Outlook Express

A lite version of the Outlook mail client that was included with Windows for many years. See Outlook.
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5i and McAfee Managed VirusScan with AntiSpyware protects users against code execution that may result from common classes of exploits targeted at the buffer overflow/overrun vulnerabilities in Microsoft Outlook Express, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Word.
Customers who use a different e-mail application, but have Microsoft Outlook Express installed on their computer, may also be able to use TrueSwitch.
SnapScan II contains a portable scanner to scan business cards into Microsoft Outlook Express, Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, and IBM Lotus Notes on PC.
Today's bulletins cover a total of 15 vulnerabilities -- 10 vulnerabilities affecting Microsoft Internet Explorer, two vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows Explorer and one vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook Express, MDAC and Microsoft FrontPage.
3Com and its TippingPoint division, today announced that a new vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook Express was discovered and disclosed through the Zero Day Initiative (ZDI).
It has also been found that the malware has the potential to steal Microsoft Outlook Express email passwords and log keystrokes.
5 now provides organizations with the ability to provide continuous protection for Microsoft Windows-based applications that keep their data files open during use; such as Microsoft Office Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, Microsoft Office Access, Lotus Notes, and others.
This powerful software gives you the ability to retrieve and restore deleted messages and repair corrupted Microsoft Outlook Express (DBX) and Microsoft Outlook (PST & OST) files, including those Outlook 2000 or earlier files exceeding the 2GB limitation.
Microsoft Outlook and Microsoft Outlook Express are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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