Dynamic link library MSOSS.dll could not be found

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beim4

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Help!

We are trying to upgrade from Outlook 98 to Outlook 2002, but got a "reminder service not starting" error, the email messages will not open, etc. But that's another story.

In the meantime, I tried reinstalling Outlook 98, which didn't work. (only displayed an archive folder) Removed it, and I'm back to Outlook 2002, with the same problems. However, now when Windows boots up, I am getting:

"The dynamic link library MSOSS.dll could not be found in the specified path C:\WINNT\system32; C:\WINNT" etc.

Windows proceeds to boot up, but how can I get rid of this .dll problem?

Thanks.
 
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