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Outlook Express 6 - emails but no body

Posted on 2004-08-12
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hey everyone,

i'm having a really stressful problem.  Whenever I hit send/receive I get all my new emails and can read them just like normal, but if I close Outlook Express then open it back up the next day or whenever, all the emails in all the folders suddenly have lost the body of the messages.  If I hit send/receive I get all the new emails again just like above...but their bodies are gone after the next opening of Outlook Express.

Any ideas to how to fix this?  I have some important info from clients in these emails.

Thanks,
MastaLlama
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Go : Start>Run>Type: regsvr32 inetcomm.dll
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wow!  thanks!  you are a life saver!

MastaLlama
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a little info here...

what exactly is inetcomm.dll and why would it have become unregistered?

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MastaLlama
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Not sure but recently there a lot of issues regarding this. And most of then had their problems resolved using the above technique. It seems the dll is needed for winsoc and tcp/ip applns.
I have been unable to locate any informatiom about it from microsoft site.
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could be something with adware removal...cuz that's the last thing i really did on my computer before the emails "disappeared"
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