bill - 2:53 am on May 10, 2002 (gmt 0)
Like most Microsoft programs that require a minimum version level of IE, I believe it checks whether your version meets the required level. It will only install the IE if you are using a lower level. I believe that it will warn you before installing anything like a browser upgrade...but you never know ;) Regardless, it's pretty hard to uninstall IE and revert to an earlier version. I doubt any Microsoft patch would do that.
>>I believe IE 4 is the minimum requirement for your browser...<<
To rephrase my question more clearly, would the auto-install process try to install components of IE4 over a later version of IE
The patch doesn't do anything with URLs from what I've read, just attachments, and I believe it will set your Security Zones properly, but you can do that manually.
Also, on incoming attachments, what abt email containing urls?