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"DCCEXT32.DLL" Missing Error Message in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2004-04-08
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Hi,

When I try to run Outlook 2003 I get the following error message:

The add-in "DCCEXT32.DLL" could not be installed or loaded.  This problem may be resolved by using Detect and Repair on the help menu.

I have done the Detect and Repair, which completed "successfully" but I still get the error.  Seems to be working OK though - so far.

Thanks,

Matt
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Did you add any add-ins recently  ? If yes , remove it and install it again
Has outlook performed well after installing add-ins before or is this the first time
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by:elio11
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Thanks rockiroads and sunray 2003, I had just uninstalled WinFax Pro, so that first solution in the MS support worked brilliantly.

Cheers guys -you are stars! :o)
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no worries
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