Errors when trying to send pages by e-mail from within IE7 or Offi


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MR

Hi! I have a user who cannot send e-mail attachments from within IE 7 or
Office 2003 apps such as Powerpoint. He claims that he used to be able to do
this until a few weeks ago. Attachements can be sent from within Outlook
itself. He is running Outlook 2003. I have tried the Office Repair to no
avail. Any thoughts????
 
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MR

Hi Diane,

A dialog box opens in the middle of the screen with the error "Error
Microsoft Outlook"

Thanks!!

Mike

Diane Poremsky said:
What error does he get?

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MR said:
Hi! I have a user who cannot send e-mail attachments from within IE 7 or
Office 2003 apps such as Powerpoint. He claims that he used to be able to
do
this until a few weeks ago. Attachements can be sent from within Outlook
itself. He is running Outlook 2003. I have tried the Office Repair to no
avail. Any thoughts????
 
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GoldenNorm

I have developed almost exactly the same problem.

Windows XP3 service pack 3 with all updates. Office/Outlook 2003 with all
service packs and updates. Corporate Exchange Server

Symptoms: In Word - send attachment as enclosure generates the error "MS
Outlook - Operation failed due to netowrk or other communication problem.
Check your connections and try again."

In Outlook - If, and only if, use Rich Text Format, attach a file and try to
send the error message is: "Microsoft Word - Interface not Registered" No
error if using HTML or plain text with or without Word as editor.

Similar problem sending an XL spreadsheet. I can go through the error
sequence if you need the error messages.

This problem is recent - past two or three weeks.

Any clues?
Thanks,
Norman Goldsmith

Diane Poremsky said:
What error does he get?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
(e-mail address removed)

You can access this newsgroup by visiting
http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspx or point your
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MR said:
Hi! I have a user who cannot send e-mail attachments from within IE 7 or
Office 2003 apps such as Powerpoint. He claims that he used to be able to
do
this until a few weeks ago. Attachements can be sent from within Outlook
itself. He is running Outlook 2003. I have tried the Office Repair to no
avail. Any thoughts????
 
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GoldenNorm

Found the solution to my problem. I re-registered the OLE dll. That fixed the
enclosure problem as well as a problem I had printing some e-mails.

How does OLE get unregistered?

Norm

GoldenNorm said:
I have developed almost exactly the same problem.

Windows XP3 service pack 3 with all updates. Office/Outlook 2003 with all
service packs and updates. Corporate Exchange Server

Symptoms: In Word - send attachment as enclosure generates the error "MS
Outlook - Operation failed due to netowrk or other communication problem.
Check your connections and try again."

In Outlook - If, and only if, use Rich Text Format, attach a file and try to
send the error message is: "Microsoft Word - Interface not Registered" No
error if using HTML or plain text with or without Word as editor.

Similar problem sending an XL spreadsheet. I can go through the error
sequence if you need the error messages.

This problem is recent - past two or three weeks.

Any clues?
Thanks,
Norman Goldsmith

Diane Poremsky said:
What error does he get?

--
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]





EMO - a weekly newsletter about Outlook and Exchange:
(e-mail address removed)

You can access this newsgroup by visiting
http://www.microsoft.com/office/community/en-us/default.mspx or point your
newsreader to msnews.microsoft.com.


MR said:
Hi! I have a user who cannot send e-mail attachments from within IE 7 or
Office 2003 apps such as Powerpoint. He claims that he used to be able to
do
this until a few weeks ago. Attachements can be sent from within Outlook
itself. He is running Outlook 2003. I have tried the Office Repair to no
avail. Any thoughts????
 

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