Outlook Express provided by .....

  Oscar 18:58 10 Feb 2003
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How do I change the banner at the top of Outlook Express.
Mine says "provided by Line One" and I want to change it.

How??

  JoeC 19:03 10 Feb 2003

click here Although it is for Freeserve, it should do for Lineone.

  A Cat Called George 19:18 10 Feb 2003

I changed mine to "provided by Bob" :-)

  Ironman556 19:43 10 Feb 2003

I use these: (from the site above)

To modify the title of Internet Explorer:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main
Right click on Window Title to edit.

To modify title of Outlook Express:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Outlook Express
Right click on Window Title to edit

Type what you want & have fun!

  TECHNODIMWIT 21:23 10 Feb 2003

please help mr thicky, how do i find this on my pc

mark

  User-312386 21:27 10 Feb 2003

go to start>run>type regedit

back up registry 1st though

  Oscar 19:14 11 Feb 2003

I have searched the registry and there is no banner or mention of Line One anywhere.
It is possible in binary code???

  bvw in bristol 19:58 11 Feb 2003

This is the easy way to remove the branding, the downloaded file does it all for you, only takes a few seconds.

click here

To use the VBS Files: Download .vbs file and save it to your hard drive (you may want to right click and use Save Target As). Double
click the vbs file. You will be prompted when the script is done.

You might have to restart your computer for the changes to show.

Good luck.

  bvw in bristol 20:00 11 Feb 2003

It's to the right of Number 8, sorry :o)

  Stuartli 20:05 11 Feb 2003

There's an easier, built-in method:

First close down Internet Explorer then click Start and Run. In the Open dialog box type:

rundll32.exe iedkcs32.dll,Clear (note the space after .exe and comma before Clear; worth a cut and paste) and click OK.

After restarting Internet Explorer the annoying ISP branding should disappear.

This tip was in PC Advisor in 2001.

  Oscar 18:53 13 Feb 2003

This has done the trick.

Thank you all

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