Well, the first repair tool (which can't hurt, especially if you uninstalled 2007 after installing 2019). The problem for me is I don't own 2019 on anything and I've already been proven to be out of my element when you told me 2007 and 2019 were running concurrently. I'd wait a bit to see if someone else pipes in. When I search for repair office 2019, I come up short for easy instructions.Kraken wrote: ↑Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:15 pmThis only started when I uninstalled Office 2007 using the Windows control panel interface. It's like doing that convinced Outlook that it doesn't exist anymore.
I am a real pussy about the registry, so editing that will be my last resort. First I'll see what MS has by way of repair tools.
I have no idea what you just said there. Can you dumb it down for me?LordMortis wrote: ↑Fri Sep 06, 2019 4:45 pmYou already changed default email app to outlook but you might want to poke around in the options below. For instance, look for outlook in Set Defualts by App. I want to say it should say
If it has more, question what.
If it has less, I think question what, but I'm not sure
As to dumbing down default associations.
Start type default
click default apps
Click set default by apps
Find Outlook (I don't have outlook so I chose mail)
If you see other apps that look like mail you can click on them to see what they control and switch them to outlook.
You can also use other options to set defaults. I just went the route that was easiest for me to see and act on.
With regard to Cortana (less pictures same type and click through process)
Cortana and Search Settings
Permissions and History
Manage the information Cortana can access from this device
Will get you here, where if she is interacting with your email, you can tell her stop