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    [hairy]DLL File Failed

    I am using IE5.5 on Win NT and click on a link to send e-mail (using Outlook 2000). The following message appears:
    "Initialization of the dynamic link library C:Program FilesCommon FilesSystemMAPI1033ntoutex.dll failed. The process is terminating abnormally." I then click OK and Outlook 2000 opens with the message "Operation Failed" but Outlook Today is opened and not a "new message" window.

    I tried to repair Outlook 2000 using the repair feature on the CD, and this seemed to work - at least I didn't get the message for a while. But that message has been popping up again recently. Do I have to keep repairing Outlook 2000 (did that fix the problem in the first place?) or is there a better solution?

    Thanks for your help,

    Joe

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    Re: [hairy]DLL File Failed

    it's probably a forms issue, but the only KB's on it deal with developer's problems, not end users.

    does it happen in all apps if you try to send to or just in IE?

    Have you tried repairing IE?

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    Re: [hairy]DLL File Failed

    Thanks for getting back to me.

    I thought that it was an Outlook problem. Sometimes I can't invoke IE5 from a link inside Outlook or Word (which is my mail editor) but other than that I haven't noticed any problems with other programs.

    How do you repair IE5.5?

    Thanks,

    Joe

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    Re: [hairy]DLL File Failed

    look on the help menu..

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