Problem closing outlook 2000

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Thikko

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Hi,

Can anyone help with the following error messages I am getting when closing Outlook 2000::confused:

This program has performed and illegal operation and will be shut down. If the problem persists, contact the program vendor.

Details:
OUTLOOK caused an invalid page fault in
module ATL.DLL at 0167:5f3e12f2.
Registers:
EAX=00000000 CS=0167 EIP=5f3e12f2 EFLGS=00010246
EBX=006fdb38 SS=016f ESP=0056fb80 EBP=0056fb88
ECX=1002a2ac DS=016f ESI=5f3e12df FS=60f7
EDX=0056fb80 ES=016f EDI=006fdc14 GS=0000
Bytes at CS:EIP:
8b 08 56 52 68 30 a7 3e 5f 50 ff 11 8b f0 85 f6
Stack dump:
00000000 00000000 0056fbbc 10006757 00000000 10031810 fefefefe 00000001 0100e20c 00000000 00ff000c 00000000 0100e20c 00000000 00000000 00000000
Everything seems to be working fine, except that on closing my 'deleted files' folder used to empty automatically on closing, this no longer happens and I now have to do this manually.

I have done a repair/re-install of Outlook 2000 via control panel add/remove programmes but this had made no difference.

Operating System is Windows 98SE.

Thanks.
 
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I know this answer may be a bit late but I was browsing for an answer for the same problem. As my problem only arose after installing a Blue Soleil bluetooth dongle I traced the problem to the outlookaddin.dll that is installed with the bluetooth dongle software. Unfortunately I couldn't remove the addin from outlook advanced options in COM add-ins as my Outlook crashed everytime I tried to do so. So I uninstalled the bluetooth software from my old Win98 system and it works ok again now. It seems to work ok on my newer XP system still using Outlook 2000.
 
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