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User account login screen - shows e-mails that aren't there

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Old March 30th 03, 08:00 PM
Bob Cerelli
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Default User account login screen - shows e-mails that aren't there

To remove the Unread Email message by user's login names:

1.. Start Regedit
2.. For a single user: Go to
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\Curre ntVersion\UnreadMail
3.. For all users: Go to
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\UnreadMail
4.. Create a DWORD key called MessageExpiryDays
5.. Give it a value of 0
You can download a reg file to do this automatically at:

Bob Cerelli

"jkharri" wrote in message
When I boot up the PC it starts in the User login screen.
One of my users shows that they have 6 unread messages to
old e-mail accounts. The accounts no longer exist and all
old emails have been deleted. Does anyone know how to get
rid of the note that shows a user has unread messages?



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