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From: Mel on 09/12/2003
HP 521n using Win'XP Home
Using Outlook Express 6.00- I've attemped to use the Block Sender List in OE6 When I enter the address to be blocked all appears OK.
As long as I remain in OE any address I enter remains in the list.
As soon as I exit OE all addresses entered clear. I have downloaded
and reinstalled IE6 and OE6 in case there was a error. I am running the lastest Cumulative Patch 6.00.2800.1123 from MS for OE6.
No change. Any other ideas. Thanks

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From: JohnM on 11/23/2003
The regedit worked for me too. Thanks!

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From: Steve on 10/08/2003
I had the same problem in outlook with windows XP home. After using the setting transfer wizard, the same problem appeared in my freshly installed copy of XP Professional. The fix worked perfectly. Thank you. The spam was driving me crazy and I usually rely on blocking whole domains.

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From: Mel on 09/13/2003
I was able to solve my own problem in OE with a friends help.
It was suspected the Registry files for the Block Senders List had become corrupted.
Registry location:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Identities\{GUID}\Software\Microsoft\Outlook Express\5.0\Block Senders (I deleted the Block Senders folder),
problem cleared. Upon re-testing and entering new addresses for blocking, everything worked as it should.
If anyone else has this problem just remember as a precaution to export and backup any Registry value before you delete anything.
If things don't work out the way you expect. You can import the values back into the Registry from your backup location.
Thanks for listening.

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