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Old February 11th 09, 09:23 PM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.installation
Jim Robertson
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Default MOSA won't keep options

I entered the mobile phone number to use in the Options; however, when I open
Options, the mobile phone number field is blank. When I try to send an SMS
Text message from Outlook, it say that a required field is missing.
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