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  1. staffingpro

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    I am using Outlook 2003 and XP home . all of a sudne I have recieved this error message. Have looked for it on Google buit it is not coming up. I am also using ACT 2010, When I cleink onto an e-mail address I received this error, so I am not sure if it is an ACT probelm or Outlook problem. ACT uses out look for its e-mail. Look forward to any help. gary
     
  2. Hughv

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    What is the error message?
     
  3. staffingpro

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    sorry about that: Error occured in ADX0IForm1.Adx0ISnow
     
  4. Hughv

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    Where is this email address you're clicking?
    Outlook express is no longer supported by MS. You should consider using Outlook.
     
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    I am using the regular outlook, 2003. this message appears when I clink on the e-mail address line of my ACT
    data base. It also happens if I do a reply in outlook. Hope this helps
     
  6. Hughv

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    My error.
    This has to be an Act problem. Try configuring Outlook again.
     
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    What do you mean configuring outlook again.
     
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    I do not think it is an ACT problem, Reason being that if I reply in Outlook to an e-mail that has come in I get the message.
     
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    I previously did the install program on act. I have been running Act connected with Outlook for a number of months with no problems. this is somethig that just started happening.

    I just ran a fix and repair on Outlook and it appears to have fixed the problem. Thanks for your help. gary
     
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    My mistake, I thought outlook had been fixed but it is not. here are the message I get. It puts up for error message, Aas you click cancel it brings up the next one. here are the messages.


    Error occured in ADXOlForm1.AdxOlShow

    ADXOlFormsManager.DoShowInspectorForm

    Error occured in ADXOlFormsManager.OnCommonInspectorWindowShow

    Error occured in ADXOlFormsManager.OnCommonReceiverWindowShow
     
  12. Hughv

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    Those are all ACT files.
    Try ACT Support or the ACT forum.
     
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    Hugh, what makes you think those are ACT! files?

    I think ACT! uses mscoree to connect to Outlook, not ADX
     
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    I was told my a previous tech on this forum that they were ACT files. So do you have a solution. Someone else said it may be an add-on in outlook.
     
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