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I'm having trouble setting the Office OUTLOOK to default.

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Melgas

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Hello everyone.
I'm having trouble setting the Office OUTLOOK to default.

I have the Windows 10 PRO x64 Workstation installed, version 1809.
I have Microsoft Office PRO PLUS 2019 x86 installed.

I've always had Outlook as the default program.
Without realizing it and when, this program was changed by the Mail of Windows 10.

I Attempts to change:
1)
DISM / Online / Cleanup-Image / ScanHealth
RESULT:
Component storage is repairable.
2)
SFC / SCANNOW
RESULT:
Windows Resource Protection found corrupted files but could not fix some of them.
For online repairs, the details are included in the CBS log file located at: windir \ Logs \ CBS \ CBS.log.
ANNEX: CBS file.
3)
I performed the repair online, without success.
4)
I go to the default programs and I change to Outlook; but without success, the change is not effective.
5)
I saved on the desktop an email and I went to open it with, chose Outlook, opened it with this, but, without success, did not change the default.
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I may need to make the change to the system registry (Regedit), but I do not know how or where.
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Can someone help me?
Thank you in advance.
Hugs.
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Melgas

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Hi, Moderator.
Please delete this post.
Reason: new post has been opened, in own place:


Sorry for the inconvenience.
Thank you.
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