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Outlook 2003 Error

I just upgraded to Microsoft Outlook 2003 from Outlook 2002.  I patched Outlook 2002 to work with Microsoft Mail before I upgraded.  Every time I start Outlook 2003, it gives me this error, but everything seems to work fine.  Is this from the patch I did?  If it is, why didn't it do it in Outlook 2000?
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shivsaCommented:
what is the error.
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FrankOwenAuthor Commented:
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slink9Commented:
Have you tried a Dtetct and Repair?  It is in the Help menu.
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FrankOwenAuthor Commented:
Yes, I have tried the "Detect and Repair" option.  It did not change anything.  I added MS Mail support with this program: http://www.poremsky.com/msmail_xp.htm
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shivsaCommented:
Also use Tools | Options | Other | Advanced Options | Add-In Manager to make sure that you have the MSFS PropSheet Extensions (Msfsprop.ecf) and MSFS Menu Extensions (Msfsmenu.ecf) add-ins installed.
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FrankOwenAuthor Commented:
They are not listed in that screen.  Where would i get the *.ecf files to install the extensions?  I searched my HD but I could not find them.
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slink9Commented:
Did you reinstall it after upgrading to OL2003.  Do you know it is compatible with 2003?
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FrankOwenAuthor Commented:
I did not re-install it after I upgraded, but MS Mail seems to still work.
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FrankOwenAuthor Commented:
After doing some more research after your previous comments, I found THIS webpage: http://www.outlook-tips.net/msmail.htm  It looks like it has everything I need!  Thanks!
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