IE title bar

Windows 98/Me/2000

Type the text you want to use as your custom title in the Internet Explorer title bar.

Note: This requires a restart of Internet Explorer.


OE title bar

Windows 98/Me/2000

Type the text you want to use as your custom title in the Outlook Express title bar.

Note I: This requires a restart of Outlook Express.

Note II: When Outlook Express is not installed on your system, this item will be greyed out.


OE data files

Windows 98/Me/2000

To change the location where Outlook Express stores your files, just press the OE data files button, you will be presented with a Browse for Folder window, which you can use to select the folder where you copied your Outlook Express files.

You have to copy the Outlook Express files to the new location before opening Outlook Express. If you open Outlook Express without copying your data files to the new location, Outlook Express will create new (default) folders, like when you start Outlook Express for the first time.

To change the location of your data files used by Outlook Express, first move the files to the new location. Your old files can be found at \Windows\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook Express (which is the suggested default location when installing OE). If your files are not at this location, you can do a search (press F3) in Windows Explorer and search for *.?bx which will show you the location of the OE (mail) message box files (*.mbx for OE4 and *.dbx for > OE4).

We strongly suggest that you copy the files first, and once you are satisfied that OE is working correctly and that it is actually storing your files in the new location, you can delete the old files.

Note I: When Outlook Express is not installed on your system, or you have never run it, this item will be greyed out.

Note II: This item will be greyed out in the shareware version.


OE splash screen

Windows 98/Me/2000

Removing the check mark from this item will disable the Outlook Express splash screen.

Note: When Outlook Express is not installed on your system, this item will be greyed out.


Clear typed URL's

Windows 98/Me/2000

Clears the history of typed URL's from Internet Explorer's Address bar.

Note: This requires a restart of Internet Explorer if IE is running at the time you clear the URL's.


IE Restrictions

Disable Internet Options

The Disable Internet Options check box will let you disable access to the Internet Options from the Tools menu of Internet Explorer.


Remove General tab

The Remove General tab check box will let you remove the General tab from the Internet Options.


Disable ability to change Home Page

The Disable ability to change Home Page check box lets you disable the changing of the current home page.


Disable ability to change Temporary Internet files Settings

The Disable ability to change Temporary Internet files Settings check box lets you disable the ability to change the settings for the Temporary Internet Files (TIF).


Disable ability to change History Settings

The Disable ability to change History Settings check box lets you disable the ability to make changes to the History settings or to use the Clear History button.


Disable ability to change Accessibility Settings

The Disable ability to change Accessibility Settings check box lets you disable the Accessibility button, so no changes to these settings can be made.


Disable ability to change Colors

The Disable ability to change Colors check box lets you disable the Colors button, so no changes to these settings can be made.


Disable ability to change Fonts

The Disable ability to change Fonts check box lets you disable the Fonts button, so no changes to these settings can be made.


Disable ability to change Languages option

The Disable ability to change Languages option check box lets you disable the Languages button, so no changes to these settings can be made.


Remove Security tab from Internet Options

The Remove Security tab from Internet Options check box lets you remove the Security tab from the Internet Options.


Disable ability to add/romove Sites from Web content zone

The Disable ability to add/romove Sites from Web content zone check box lets you disable the ability to add or remove sites from the different Web content zones.


Disable ability to change the Security Level for Web content zone

The Disable ability to change the Security Level for Web content zone check box lets you disable the security level for the different Web content zones.


Remove Content tab from Internet Options

The Remove Content tab from Internet Options check box lets you remove the Content tab from the Internet Options.


Disable ability to change/add Profiles

The Disable ability to change/add Profiles check box lets you disable the ability to add or change user profiles.


Disable ability to use Certificates

The Disable ability to use Certificates check box lets you disable the Certificates options, such as adding, removing Certificates and/or Publishers.


Disable ability to access the Content Advisor

The Disable ability to access the Content Advisor check box lets you disable access to the Content Advisor.


Disable Microsoft Wallet

The Disable Microsoft Wallet check box lets you disable access to MS Wallet.


Remove Connections tab from Internet Options

The Remove Connections tab from Internet Options check box lets you remove the Connections tab from the Internet Options.


Disable Internet Connections Wizard (ICW)

The Disable Internet Connections Wizard (ICW) check box lets you disable access to the Internet Connections Wizard (ICW), so it's not possible to add extra Internet connections this way.


Disable Dial-up settings

The Disable Dial-up settings check box lets you disable access to the Dial-up and Virtual Private Network settings and LAN settings.


Disable Proxy Settings

The Disable Proxy Settings check box lets you disable access to the Proxy Server settings under the LAN settings.


Remove Programs tab from Internet Options

The Remove Programs tab from Internet Options check box lets you remove the Programs tab from the Internet Options.


Disable Reset Web Settings

The Disable Reset Web Settings check box lets you disable the button Reset Web Settings. This button enables you to reset Internet Explorer to the default home and search pages.


Disable E-mail, Newsgroups and Internet call

The Disable E-mail, Newsgroups and Internet call check box lets you disable the ability to change the E-mail, Newsgroups and Internet call applications used by Internet Explorer.


Disable Calendar/Contact list

The Disable Calendar/Contact list check box lets you disable the ability to change the Calendar and Contact list / Address book application used by Internet Explorer.


Disable default browser check

The Disable default browser check check box lets you disable the ability to check/uncheck the Internet Explorer should check to see whether it is the default browser check box.


Remove Advanced tab from Internet Options

The Remove Advanced tab from Internet Options check box lets you remove the Advanced tab from the Internet Options.


Disable access to Advanced tab settings

The Disable access to Advanced tab settings check box lets you disable changes to any settings on the Advanced tab from the Internet Options while still having the ability to see all the current settings.


Remove File menu

The Remove File menu check box will let you remove the File menu from Internet Explorer.

Note: Changing this setting requires a logoff.


Disable Open

The Disable Open will let you disable the Open (Ctrl+O) function from the File menu.


Disable New

The Disable New will let you disable the File > New > Window (Ctrl+N) function from the File menu.


Disable expanded New menu

The Disable expanded New menu will let you disable the submenu from File > New. If enabled, the File menu will only display New window instead of the submunu.


Disable Save/SaveAs

The Disable Save/SaveAs check box will let you disable Save/Save As from the File menu.


Disable Close/Exit

The Disable Close/Exit check box will let you disable the closing of Internet Explorer by using File > Close from the File menu. It will also disable Alt+F4.


Disable Customize Toolbar

The Disable Customize Toolbar check box lets you disable the Customize item on the right-click menu from the toolbar, thus removing the ability to customize the toolbar buttons.


Disable Toolbar changes

The Disable Toolbar changes check box lets you disable access to the right-click items on the toolbar, such as Standard Buttons, Address Bar, Links and/or other custom items.


Disable IE update check

The Disable IE update check check box lets you disable Internet Explorer's check for a newer version.


Disable Personalised Favorites menu

The Disable Personalised Favorites menu check box lets you disable the use of the Personalised Favorites menu feature. This feature will show you only the most recently accessed favorites, while it 'hides' the other favorites.


Remove Favorites from IE menu

The Remove Favorites from IE menu check box lets you remove the Favorites button and menu from Internet Explorer.


Disable right-click menu

The Disable right-click menu check box lets you disable the right-click menu in Internet Explorer.


Disable Full Screen on View menu

The Disable Full Screen on View menu check box lets you disable the full screen button on the Internet Explorer menu. It also disables F11 and the menu entry View > Full Screen.


Disable View Source on View menu

The Disable View Source on View menu check box lets you disable the Source command from the View menu. You would also have to disable the right-click menu, as View Source is also a function on the (right-click) context menu.


Disable Downloads

The Disable Downloads check box lets you disable the ability to download files from the Internet through Internet Explorer.