Also BCM error message


G

Guest

I also get a BCM error (BCM has encountered a problem and needs to close.)
but it appears as soon as Outlook has started (both in normal and in safe
mode) and then Outlook is closed. It has has nothing to do with Outlook.pst
because I renamed it and the behaviour remained te same.
Help!
 
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R

Raul

Try removing .Net Frame Work 2.0 from add /remove program and then check if
you can use BCM without any problems

If it does try checking for windows updates and ensure that your system is
updated
 
L

Luther

If you don't want BCM in Outlook, you can remove it from your Mail
profile.

Go to Control Panel|Mail|Show Profiles (select your profile if there's
more than one)|Properties|Data Files|select BCM data file|Remove.
 
G

Guest

This information has been helpful, however I still have a problem! I had a
technician work on my computer once my email "crashed" due to BCM. He
installed MO 2007 and all of the personal files I had under the personal
Folder are gone. According to the tech he says BCM corrupted the files?! Is
this possible/plausible if not is there any way at all to retrieve those
files of old email?

Thanks pt
 
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L

Luther

This information has been helpful, however I still have a problem! I had a
technician work on my computer once my email "crashed" due to BCM. He
installed MO 2007 and all of the personal files I had under the personal
Folder are gone. According to the tech he says BCM corrupted the files?! Is
this possible/plausible if not is there any way at all to retrieve those
files of old email?

Thanks pt







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BCM stores links to emails in the PST file, but it doesn't manipulate
the data in the PST. I've never run into a case where BCM modified a
PST, let alone corrupted one.

Although some people complain about BCM not "using" the Outlook
Contacts, I think its a neat feature that you can install and
uninstall BCM without affecting Outlook database.
 

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