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Outlook 2010 add-ins just like disappeared without a reason

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#1 chromebuster


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Posted 17 December 2011 - 10:47 PM

Hello all,

I don't know how realistic this is, but can Outlook 2010 add-ins disappear for no reason? I'm using outlook 2010 Professional + Edition, and lately, I don't know when or where, some of my add-ins have had their menus stripped out of Outlook's UI. I can still see the folder for the Business Contact manager, but none of its choices reside in right-click menus for contacts, messages, or anything anymore. Neither can I see people's social updates when I have the facebook for Outlook social connector provider in here. Very strange. And also, I cannot see anything to do with Access 2010 since that add-in kept giving me a custom UI runtime error, so I disabled it. I'll reenable and post back the error. I'd like to be able to have all of my add-ins working so that I can explore and benefit from them considering Microsoft has given us default sets of add-ins for a reason, right? And to let you know, I have had to repair office a couple of times because Outlook was always a little bit stubborn when it comes to functioning at times on this computer as well. If you have any advice, please let me know. Any assistance is much appreciated.

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