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How to Add another users mailbox in outlook 2003

How to Add another users mailbox in outlook 2003

First of all the mailbox you want to access needs to have you added to the permissions list.

See this article for sharing a mailbox, or get the adminsitrator to add the permissions on the server. Once this is done you can attach the mailbox to your profile by doing the following:

Right click on the top of the mailbox tree for your mailbox. From the pop-up list select Properties for mailbox

properties for mailbox

Click on the Advanced button on the bottom right

Go to the Advanced tab, click on Add.. and enter the mailbox name.

add mailbox

The new mailbox will appear as an extra set of folders below your own mailbox.

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how to fix Freezing-up Outlook 2003

How to fix Freezing-up Outlook 2003

Locate( search for files and folders)
outcmd.dat and rename it to outcmd.old. This is a hidden file so you will need to unhide it. This will completely reset the
Toolbar.

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Outlook failed to start correctly last time

Outlook failed to start correctly last time. Starting Outlook in safe mode will help you correct or isolate a startup problem in order to successfully start the program. Some functionality may be disabled in this mode. Do You want to start Outlook in safe mode?

No matter we click yes or no, the next time Outlook starts, it gives the same warning message. I found out the problem and writing the solution here for future references.

Why does this occur?

This problem usually occurs with Terminal services installed and running..

When Outlook starts, it creates the following key in registry..
HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftOffice10.0OutlookResiliency (HKCU)
If no problem occurs during startup of Outlook, this key is deleted automatically. Otherwise if an error occurs during the Outlook startup testing, subkeys under resiliency are created and Outlook gives the same warning message as stated above.

If the subkey from resiliency key is deleted by another application, while the terminal server is in install mode, this key gets copied to HKLM (HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrent VersionTerminal ServerInstallSoftwareMicrosoftOffice11.0OutlookResiliency)

Now when the application tries to access the key again through Terminal server application mode, if it finds it missing, it looks for the key in HKLM and if it finds TermSrvCopyKeyOnce under Resiliency, it copies the resiliency key again to HKCU.

Now Outlook always looks for the resiliency key and when it finds it, it gives the same warning message.

Solution:

The solution to this problem is rather simple. Only deleting the following key will solve the problem:

HKLMSoftwareMicrosoftWindows NTCurrent VersionTerminal ServerInstallSoftwareMicrosoftOffice10.0OutlookResiliency

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MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY RUNTIME ERROR

MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY RUNTIME ERROR

When you try to dismiss a reminder in Microsoft Outlook, you receive the following error message:

Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
Runtime error!
Program: c:/…/Outlook.exe
R6025
Pure virtual function call

To solve this problem, start Outlook with one of the following command lines:

“C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanreminders
-or-
“C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanviews
-or-
“C:Program FilesMicrosoft OfficeOfficeOutlook.exe” /cleanfreebusy

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MICROSOFT VISUAL C++ RUNTIME LIBRARY WHEN YOU OPEN A HTML MESSAGE

If you wanted to open a HTML Message, you may get this error:

“Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library (Path to Outlook.exe) Abnormal Program Termination.”

To solve this problem, please deactivate all Addins under:

TOOLS | OPTIONS | OTHER TAB | ADVANCED OPTIONS | ADD-IN MANAGER

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