outlook express bug ?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus v4 Beta Forum' started by osip, Nov 19, 2008.

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  1. osip

    osip Registered Member

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    I'm getting this when trying to open OE...
    oe1.png
    oe2.png

    I run NOD32 v4 beta together with Outpost Pro fw+Sandboxie, OS XPsp3.
     
  2. ASpace

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    Does the problem goes away if you disable integration with Outlook Express (Advanced setup tree -> Miscellaneous -> Email client integration)
     
  3. osip

    osip Registered Member

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    No, unticked all...still the same. Installed in the mean time TheBat trial to test and it works great...Eset mail checking works and no problems...OE refuses to start though, maybe something got corrupted when installing...
     
  4. ASpace

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    Try using System Restore to restore your Outlook Express
     
  5. osip

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    I have it off...Can if I want use FDISR archive restore, but then I have to reinstall Nod+OP+SBie...Will continue with thebat instead which BTW is better...Let´s see if others will have the same OE mess, then it could be a problem.My setup is for the time beeing very nice and I will continue testing...
     
  6. ASpace

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    I guess so.
     
  7. xxJackxx

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    You could always try to register the file by entering the following into a run prompt:
    regsvr32 msoe.dll

    Or run the system file checker:
    sfc /scannow
     
  8. osip

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    Tried that but got :
    msoe.png

    So far this OE problem is the only one...
     
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    Search your hard drive for that file. If you find it, register it from that location. If you can't find it, then that is your problem. Maybe the system file checker would replace it, maybe not. If not there are other options.
     
  10. osip

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    It's in outlook express folder ... made a drag and drop to dllregister.exe, registered allright but the problem is still the same. If I'm the only one this is indeed my problem...will see how I handle it...if I handle it...
    (thanks for bothering...)
     
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