Problems with adding hotmail account with Outlook Connector 14


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Viggen

Dear All

I have Outlook 2007 and XP 64, and for security reasons the main account I
use for day to day work is a power user account to prevent security breaches
and so on.

I use as my main email a hotmail account and to make the bridge between
outlook and a web server account I have installed Outlook connector.

However I'm facing difficulties after the update of the newer version
revamped for Office 2010.

After several unsuccessful installations of the newer version due to the non
administrative privileges of my XP account (the new Outlook connector
auto-updates), Outlook has disabled this add in accusing him of being a non
responding add-in and have disable it.

I made a repair of Office 2007 (deleted the Outlook profile and made a new
one), and finally the Outlook allowed to run the Outlook connector but now it
fails to add a Hotmail account, does anyone here knows how to fix this?

Is this related to the fact that I’m using Windows XP 64, btw the
Administrative Account of XP works fine and this is quite weird.

Thanks
 
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Brian Tillman [MVP-Outlook]

However I'm facing difficulties after the update of the newer version
revamped for Office 2010.

Do you need DeltaSync access to the Hotmail account? Would accessing via POP
suit your needs? If you only use the Inbox and don't need other folders or
contacts from the Hotmail server, then it should and you'll avoid this issue
completely.

Power users should be able to install and uninstall software.
I made a repair of Office 2007 (deleted the Outlook profile and made a new
one), and finally the Outlook allowed to run the Outlook connector but now
it
fails to add a Hotmail account, does anyone here knows how to fix this?

What do you mean by "fails to add a Hotmail account"? How are you trying to
add the account? Do you get any error messages when you try?
 

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