Error: c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll


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timchi1956

I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading depending on
ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
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Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
 
W

writer4897

Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because I used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

Russ Valentine said:
Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
timchi1956 said:
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

You remove it from Outlook. Method depends on version which you did not
post.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because I
used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

Russ Valentine said:
Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
timchi1956 said:
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I
try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to
Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing
given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
W

writer4897

I have Outlook 2007 (as part of Office 2007).

Russ Valentine said:
You remove it from Outlook. Method depends on version which you did not
post.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because I
used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

Russ Valentine said:
Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I
try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to
Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing
given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Outlook 2007 doesn't use an add-in for the Fax Service. You have to rename
extend.dat
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
I have Outlook 2007 (as part of Office 2007).

Russ Valentine said:
You remove it from Outlook. Method depends on version which you did not
post.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've
tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because I
used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

:

Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook
is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time
I
try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home.
Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to
Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing
given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
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Lilsean95

Okay what do you do if this is coming up!!!!!! How do you rename the file. It
in the the registry and thats not something a novice should do, so what else
can you do.

I understand that OL doesnt use this.

Russ Valentine said:
Outlook 2007 doesn't use an add-in for the Fax Service. You have to rename
extend.dat
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
I have Outlook 2007 (as part of Office 2007).

Russ Valentine said:
You remove it from Outlook. Method depends on version which you did not
post.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've
tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because I
used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

:

Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook
is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time
I
try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home.
Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to
Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing
given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

State the issue you are having. Spare no details.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Lilsean95 said:
Okay what do you do if this is coming up!!!!!! How do you rename the file.
It
in the the registry and thats not something a novice should do, so what
else
can you do.

I understand that OL doesnt use this.

Russ Valentine said:
Outlook 2007 doesn't use an add-in for the Fax Service. You have to
rename
extend.dat
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
I have Outlook 2007 (as part of Office 2007).

:

You remove it from Outlook. Method depends on version which you did
not
post.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've
tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because
I
used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

:

Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when
Outlook
is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every
time
I
try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home.
Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded
to
Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good
thing
given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

BTW, there is no registry editing involved. Just close Outlook, find the
file, rename it to extend.old, and start Outlook.
http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/filepath.htm

--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Lilsean95 said:
Okay what do you do if this is coming up!!!!!! How do you rename the file.
It
in the the registry and thats not something a novice should do, so what
else
can you do.

I understand that OL doesnt use this.

Russ Valentine said:
Outlook 2007 doesn't use an add-in for the Fax Service. You have to
rename
extend.dat
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
writer4897 said:
I have Outlook 2007 (as part of Office 2007).

:

You remove it from Outlook. Method depends on version which you did
not
post.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Could you give me step by step on how to remove fax add-in? I've
tried. I
have Windows Vista Home Premium. I think it's on my computer because
I
used
PCMover from my WinXP system.

:

Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when
Outlook
is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every
time
I
try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home.
Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded
to
Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good
thing
given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
B

Bodo

Russ,
I have the german version of Vista 64bit Professional and Outlook 7 , new
computer, everything newly installed an geht the same errror message , each
time Outlook starts .
But: there is no "extend.dat" file on my computer. Can you help ?

Bodo

Russ Valentine said:
Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
timchi1956 said:
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
B

Bodo

sorry , now i found it using "seach also non-index system files" (or whatever
it is called in english) option.
renamed it , error disapeared.

Bodo


Bodo said:
Russ,
I have the german version of Vista 64bit Professional and Outlook 7 , new
computer, everything newly installed an geht the same errror message , each
time Outlook starts .
But: there is no "extend.dat" file on my computer. Can you help ?

Bodo

Russ Valentine said:
Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
timchi1956 said:
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
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B

Bodo

Russ
First it SEEMS to work but:
each time i restart outlook it restores the extend.dat again, error
reappears !
Can you help ?
Bodo

Bodo said:
sorry , now i found it using "seach also non-index system files" (or whatever
it is called in english) option.
renamed it , error disapeared.

Bodo


Bodo said:
Russ,
I have the german version of Vista 64bit Professional and Outlook 7 , new
computer, everything newly installed an geht the same errror message , each
time Outlook starts .
But: there is no "extend.dat" file on my computer. Can you help ?

Bodo

Russ Valentine said:
Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time I try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home. Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded to Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good thing given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 
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R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

What add-ins are you running?
Tried a new profile?

--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Bodo said:
Russ
First it SEEMS to work but:
each time i restart outlook it restores the extend.dat again, error
reappears !
Can you help ?
Bodo

Bodo said:
sorry , now i found it using "seach also non-index system files" (or
whatever
it is called in english) option.
renamed it , error disapeared.

Bodo


Bodo said:
Russ,
I have the german version of Vista 64bit Professional and Outlook 7 ,
new
computer, everything newly installed an geht the same errror message ,
each
time Outlook starts .
But: there is no "extend.dat" file on my computer. Can you help ?

Bodo

:

Known issue. Remove your Fax add-in or rename extend.dat when Outlook
is
closed.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I receive this message "c:\windows\system32\fxsext32.dll" every time
I try
to send an e mail using Outlook 2003; my OS is Vista Premium Home.
Any
ideas how to rectify this problem. It should be noted I up graded
to Vista
from XP HOME. I'm starting to think it may not have been a good
thing given
all the issues that have come up since upgrading or downgrading
depending
on ones view.



Thanks,



timchi1956
 

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