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How to handle EMSMDB.DLL error in Exchange

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After an installation of MS Exchange 4.0 client on Winodws 95,  the first startup of the MS Exchange got the following message :
        EMSMDB.DLL installation incorrect  or the file is corrupted
The MS Exchange can still be opened, but cannot access the mail box and open any folder in the mail server
   
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The error message references Emsmdb.dll, but the correct DLL, Emsmdb32.dll, does reside in the <Winroot>\System directory. The wrong file is being referenced because the Wsock32.dll is not the right version; Wsock32.dll therefore references Emsmdb.dll instead of Emsmdb32.dll.
 
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To resolve this problem:
 
- Replace Wsock32.dll with the Windows 95 version. Wsock32.dll can be extracted from WIN95_11.CAB on CD-ROM or WIN95_12 on DMF floppy disk.

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