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17-Aug-2012, 07:26 PM #1
Solved: Outlook 2007
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I keep getting an error message at the start up of Outlook launch.
"An error has occured while launching mail program at C\Progra-1\Micros-2\Office12|Outlooke.exe/recycle"
Any solution please?
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20-Aug-2012, 07:12 PM #3
That's not a valid path, and you shouldn't see the word "recycle" at the end.

How, exactly are you opening Outlook? What happens if you go directly to the EXE path, and run Outlook.exe directly?
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