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need mapi32.dll file

Posted on 1998-01-11
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I am in need of the mapi32.dll file.  If anybody has it, I will be very greatful for it.  Also, does anybody see any pattern to this:  I was first asked for the svrapi.dll file, and when I installed it, my comp. asked for the secur32.dll file, and now it is asking for the mapi32.dll file... does anybody know what comes next so that I can ask for all of these files all at once instead of going back and forth.
my e-mail address is: michoule@geocities.com if anybody is willing to upload the file to me.
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Michou: The Mapi32.dll file can be found in the Win95_05.cab folder on the Windows 95 cd rom disk. There is an easier way to recover these files if you will tell me what has occurred, that way I can post a single method to restore them.
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Dennis-
My computer came equipped with Win95, therefore, I do not have the cd-rom.  The problem was that I had installed a 16-bit dialer (made for win 3.11) into my computer and now that I have new software for a 32-bit dialer, it will not let me run the application without the svrapi.dll, secur32.dll, mapi32.dll (and there is probably more, but I don't know yet) files.
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Dennis-
My computer came equipped with Win95, therefore, I do not have the cd-rom.  The problem was that I had installed a 16-bit dialer (made for win 3.11) into my computer and now that I have new software for a 32-bit dialer, it will not let me run the application without the svrapi.dll, secur32.dll, mapi32.dll (and there is probably more, but I don't know yet) files.
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Dennis-
My computer came equipped with Win95, therefore, I do not have the cd-rom.  The problem was that I had installed a 16-bit dialer (made for win 3.11) into my computer and now that I have new software for a 32-bit dialer, it will not let me run the application without the svrapi.dll, secur32.dll, mapi32.dll (and there is probably more, but I don't know yet) files.
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Michou, you should have a directory on your computer that has the Windows 95 installation files in it. The computer manufacturer must either supply them on the hard drive in a directory or on a disk or cd. (unless this system was purchased from a private party with Win95 on it). This directory is sometimes hidden on new installations. Check it out, and if this is not the case, I'll arrange to send you the files you need.
Dennis
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