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    We have an Exchange 2003 server with outlook 2003 installed on all the PC’s. We also have office 2000 on all the PC’s. Some of my users want to use Word as their default Outlook editor. . The option in Outlook 2003 shows up as “Use Office 2003 to edit e-mail messages”. Since we are running Office 2000, the option is greyed out. Since we are not upgrading Office to 2003, does anyone know of any way to get over this?

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