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Can't find file msspc.ecf

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When a user opens an incoming message Outlook reports numerous errors saying it can't find add-in MSSPC.ECF. After clicking 'OK" several times it eventually opens the message.
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Try to download the service pack 1 for outlook97, that will take care your problem.

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