If you see a screen for Internet Mail in the setup wizard with only a button
for Setup Mail Account, this means that you have somehow downloaded and
installed the Internet Mail Enhancement Patch for Microsoft Outlook. This
version of the Internet Mail service works only with Outlook (and with the
copy of Exchange that installs as part of Outlook). Try this procedure to
1. Use File | Exit and Log Off to quit Exchange.
2. In Control Panel | Mail and Fax, remove the Internet E-Mail service from
the default profile and any other profiles where you may have installed it.
3. Rename the file Minet32.dll in your Windows\System folder.
4. Reinstall Windows Messaging or just the Internet Mail service from
5. In Control Panel | Mail and Fax, add Internet E-Mail back to your
profile(s). (Note that the name of the service may not revert back to
Slipstick Systems, Moscow
FAQs at Exchange Center -- http://www.slipstick.com/exchange
>I am having trouble installing the regular Internet Mail service for the
>Exchange Win95 POP client. I have tried to add the service 2 ways:
>- By double-clicking the INBOX icon and going through the Inbox Wizard.
>After I start creating a profile with the Internet Mail service, I am
>presented with the "Setup Mail Account," box. As soon as I click that box,
>- By trying to add the service through the Tools menu under "Services."
>After installing the Internet Mail service this way, I try and configure
>the properties and the system says "Action could not be completed."
>I have re-installed dial-up networking and Windows Messaging; deleted and
>re-created profiles; and re-added the dial-up network adapter. I don't
>have anything unusual installed like third-party network client software or
>Thanks for the help,