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Old December 26th 12, 08:56 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
John Callaway
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I am trying to set up a laptop for my son & daughter with me having
the administrator rights. Everything seems to be fairly well except I
am unable to allow them to access the email. When I log on their
account and try to use the email it says it is blocked by the
administrator. I have tried to find where to change the settings but
an unable to do so. Where/how do I change the settings to allow them
to access email and or other programs?

JPC
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Old December 27th 12, 01:17 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
J. P. Gilliver (John)
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In message , John Callaway
writes:
I am trying to set up a laptop for my son & daughter with me having
the administrator rights. Everything seems to be fairly well except I
am unable to allow them to access the email. When I log on their
account and try to use the email it says it is blocked by the
administrator. I have tried to find where to change the settings but
an unable to do so. Where/how do I change the settings to allow them
to access email and or other programs?

JPC


We probably need to know what email software you're setting up for them:
Outlook Express?
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Old December 28th 12, 05:25 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
John Callaway
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On Thu, 27 Dec 2012 01:17:08 +0000, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
OK, What I did is copied the email program (Eudora) into my daughter's
directory so she can check the email.

JPC
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In message , John Callaway
writes:
I am trying to set up a laptop for my son & daughter with me having
the administrator rights. Everything seems to be fairly well except I
am unable to allow them to access the email. When I log on their
account and try to use the email it says it is blocked by the
administrator. I have tried to find where to change the settings but
an unable to do so. Where/how do I change the settings to allow them
to access email and or other programs?

JPC


We probably need to know what email software you're setting up for them:
Outlook Express?


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Old December 28th 12, 08:10 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.customize
Barry Schwarz[_2_]
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I don't know about Eudora specifically but many applications need to
be installed, not just copied over.

On Fri, 28 Dec 2012 12:25:41 -0500, John Callaway
wrote:

On Thu, 27 Dec 2012 01:17:08 +0000, "J. P. Gilliver (John)"
OK, What I did is copied the email program (Eudora) into my daughter's
directory so she can check the email.

JPC
wrote:

In message , John Callaway
writes:
I am trying to set up a laptop for my son & daughter with me having
the administrator rights. Everything seems to be fairly well except I
am unable to allow them to access the email. When I log on their
account and try to use the email it says it is blocked by the
administrator. I have tried to find where to change the settings but
an unable to do so. Where/how do I change the settings to allow them
to access email and or other programs?

JPC


We probably need to know what email software you're setting up for them:
Outlook Express?


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