On the next page is a sample email message that has been garbled with '>'s that were inserted by someone else's email program as it was being passed to you. This tutorial will take you through the steps necessary to pull the message into MessageCleaner, clean it, and paste it back into another program; most likely, you will be pasting the cleaned messages to your email software to be sent as a new message (sans garbage).
First of all, you'll need to make sure MessageCleaner is running. Check your task bar for MessageCleaner's icon :
If MessageCleaner is running click here to proceed to the next step.
If MessageCleaner isn't running, you need to start it. During the installation process you had the option to create shortcuts to MessageCleaner on the Start Menu and/or the Desktop. If one of these shortcuts exist, click it to start MessageCleaner and then click here to proceed to the next step.
If a shortcut to MessageCleaner does not exist on the Start Menu or Desktop, you need to start MessageCleaner by double clicking its icon from the explorer. First, you need find MessageCleaner.exe.