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Changed MS Outlook Settings with 2.28 and 2.29

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MRG7,

 

If CC wipes too much settings in other programs/applications as well, there's a place where you can always find the latest embedded *.ini files.

http://forum.pirifor...showtopic=15307

With that info you can write/modify your own customized winapp2.ini and/or winapp1.ini file(s).

 

This thread is also always available on the frontpage of the ""CC discussion"" forum.

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I?ve not noticed any other settings being affected, but I will keep that in mind ? now I know how to do it ! Thank you Willy2.

 

One question though; now I have deleted the PowerPoint RegKey, will that stop CCleaner cleaning any junk files relating to that application? If so, is there any way I can modify it to include PowerPoint, while still avoiding the previous problem?

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If you know where PP and Outlook related info (settings/filenames) is ""hiding"" then you certainly could modify/add more ""Regkey=......"" and/or ""Filekey=...."" lines to specificly target PP and/or Outlook related info. But then you'll have to use a registry editor and search the registry but that's something for more advanced Windows users only.

 

Another suggestion: You don't have to delete that key, I was told today that placing a ";" in front of a line makes CC ignore that line.

 

 

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Thank you, but I don?t think I?ll attempt to edit the registry !

 

That?s interesting about using a ?;? but would this have any advantages for me?

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