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Missing PGP Icons in OUtlook

Posted on 2004-09-21
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I have recently installed PGP on my XP Pro PC and the icons are not appearing in Outlook (2002 SP3). Has anyone got any ideas how I can enable this. I have checked the toolbar list and they are not listed.
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Hmm. I exactly got the same configuration as you have got and I do see PGP  icon.
Are you viewing it in the STANDARD toolbar ?  I see it exactly after the search box...

I remember NOT doing any changes to outlook or PGP to be able to get that icon there.. Do you have different profiles or just one .. Did you other in another profile if you have more than one ?

Is PGP software working fine. You may try to uninstall it and do a complete installation to see as I donot remember any specific option while installing PGP, there could be some that adds icons inside outlook..

Also try making outlook as default email client to see if that would work

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I have had to re-build the PC as this needed to be corrected.
After re-installing windows the problem has been resolved.
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Sorry to see that you have to go all the way of reinstalling windows.. It is sometimes sad but sometimes reinstalling windows becomes the solution.

If you no longer got an issue , please close the question

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