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Unable to send email with MS Outlook 2003 with Win XP Pro

By mihouser ·
One of my users is on a PC with Win XP SP3 and MS Outlook 2003 (as the email editor)

I can receive email without any problems, but cannot send.

I'm not getting any error being reported and the application just does nothing. I have done the following using regedit: Regsvr32.exe %Windir%\System32\Ole32.dll

I am not sure what it wrong.

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Repost as a 'Question'.

by CharlieSpencer In reply to Unable to send email with ...

Try reposting this using the 'Ask a Question' button. Include how the user receives e-mail (corporate Exchange network, ISP-provided e-mail account, etc.). Also mention if the user's e-mail ever worked and just stopped, or if this is a new setup and hasn't worked from the beginning.

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