In article <upt6YxtkKHA.3792@TK2MSFTNGP02.phx.gbl>,
> Vista doesn't actually support Outlook 2002 or older. Outlook Express is
> part of Internet Explorer but with the advent of Vista, it was switched to
> Windows Mail. There is no more Outlook Express.
> You could attempt however to create a profile using workgroup or corporate
> "Simon" <Simon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > I've installed my Outlook 2002 on my new Vista PC (I had Xp before). Now
> > I start Outlook it says "requires Outlook Express 4.01 or greater". I've
> > looking for Outlook Express to download and install but no joy. No CD came
> > with my new Vista PC. Any ideas, short of buying a more modern Outlook?
I have Outlook/Office2007, and I missed OE for newsgroups accesed via
Outlook when I moved to Win7.
Not wanting all the baggage of Windows Live Mail, and it's sluggish
nature I looked for a Newsreader which resembled OE, and finalyy settled
on Microplanet Gravity which is compatible with Win7.
Your mail of course is still managed by Outlook.