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ryanch94

Is Outlook 2003 safe enough to use for a user who knows what they'

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ryanch94    1

...are doing?

I ask this because it is by far my favourite version of Outlook. I have 2 accounts set up, my personal Gmail and my college email which is on an Exchange server. I don't open any emails that look dodgy (gmail appears to catch most of them anyway) and I'm very careful in general about what I open in Outlook. Am I okay to continue using it past the EOL?

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Flasche    16

...are doing?

I ask this because it is by far my favourite version of Outlook. I have 2 accounts set up, my personal Gmail and my college email which is on an Exchange server. I don't open any emails that look dodgy (gmail appears to catch most of them anyway) and I'm very careful in general about what I open in Outlook. Am I okay to continue using it past the EOL?

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/170424-using-office-2003-with-vista-x64-sp2-after-april/?p=1062933

Yes. Most malware comes from PEBCAK. Just make sure you have a good antivirus to check the mail.

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