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#1 golfdude

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 02:09 PM

Need some help!

I changed email accounts and am trying to delete all prior settings to my old msn mail account. I started by uninstalling and reinstalling Outlook 2007. When I did this and tried to start Outlook 2007, I got this error message:

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When I click "OK" the program closes. Thinking this was happening because of shared folders with my other Office programs- I unistalled these (Word, Exel, Powerpoint). I also uninstalled all the programs associated with Windows Live (through Control Panel). I then uninstalled and reinstalled Outlook. When I start Outlook it still comes up with this same error message, and closes when I click OK.

Do I need to delete all application data for the Outlook Folder or what to be able to start Outlook like you are using it for the first time to setup my mail accounts?

Thanks,
Golfdude

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