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Can't Send Email Because Of Missing Wab Dll File In Outlook


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#1 lt_dan

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Posted 08 June 2008 - 06:07 PM

Hi. Just set up new internet service through Cox.

I can use webmail, but I'm trying to get Outlook to work. It downloads email just fine. But when I go to reply or if I start a new message, when I hit "SEND," I get a dialogue box with the following:

An error occurred while attempting to open the Windows Address Book. Unable to find the WAB DLL.

I hate .dll files. They're never around when you need them.

What can I do? Is it something I can download or what?

Thanks!

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Posted 08 June 2008 - 06:33 PM

With Outlook opened, click on Help, then Detect and Repair. See if that does anything
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