Re: Know where I can get a legit version of Outlook 2000?

Subject: Re: Know where I can get a legit version of Outlook 2000?
From: "Chuck Martin" <twriter -at- sonic -dot- net>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 8 Jan 2002 11:36:18 -0800

A better bet would be to find one of the many books on Outlook 2000. A good
number of these have bundled CDs with free copies of Outlook 2000. If one of
the books on programming Outlook 2000 has an Outlook CD, you get twice the

"John Posada" <jposada01 -at- yahoo -dot- com> wrote in message news:135005 -at- techwr-l -dot- -dot- -dot-
> Hi, a meeting today, it was determined that I need to write
> special instructions for incorporating Outlook 2000 functions into my
> documentation. It must be 2000 because that is the version all the
> empoyees use on their desktop and I ned to be very specific on
> certain processes and screens.
> However, as a contractor, while I'm not obligated to use the same
> versions of applications that the employees do, I also cannot have
> employee applications installed on my laptop.

Um, I'm curious as to why not? If they have extra licenses and let you use
one for the duration, that's fair. And if they have a site license, aren't
you past of the "site" while you're performing contracted work for them?

> Unfortunately, because MS has released the version for 2001, I also
> cannot buy it from MS.
> So, if anyone has a legitimate application and license they can sell
> me, (it can be an upgrade license as I am a licenced owner of Outlook
> 97) or if anyone knows of 3rd party sources where I can buy older
> versions of applications, I'd like to discuss it.

Collect Royalties, Not Rejection Letters! Tell us your rejection story when you
submit your manuscript to iUniverse Nov. 6 -Dec. 15 and get five free copies of
your book. What are you waiting for?

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