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outlook express error box msimn.exe

every time i try to send  i got this box  PROGRAM ERROR msimn.exe has generate......

sometime i am able to send 1 email , and after that if i try again my email stay in outbox, and as soon as i open outlook express it give that error box again and again till i delte the file outbox.dbx.

windows 2000 SP4  outlook express 6

if you have an ideas how to fix it , i ll take them

thanks

sly
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ChrisMacleodCommented:
Have you tried deleting the sent items dbx file could well be a corruption in that folderthat is causing the issue.
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AndreDekoltaCommented:
Hello adminsly!

See:  http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=258034

Andre...
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adminslyAuthor Commented:
hey guys thanks for effort but none work.

any other ideas
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AndreDekoltaCommented:
Try this:

How to create a new .OST or .DBX file:

Note:  Sometime the .OST will fail to synchronize with the Exchange Server correctly and it becomes necessary to recreate the file.

Outlook Uses .OST and Outlook Express Uses .DBX

Outlook:
To create a new .OST file, rename the .OST file to .OLD, and then synchronize the new .OST file with the computer that is running Microsoft Exchange Server.  When you rename the OST file, Outlook creates a new file.  To do this, follow these steps:

1.  Quit all programs.
2.  Click Start, point to Find, and then click Files or Folders.
3.  On the Name & Location tab, type *.OST in the Named box.
4.  Do not type anything in the Containing text box.  Click your hard disk in the Look in list, click to select the Include subfolders check box, and then click Find Now.
5.  In the Name column, you see your .OST file.  The default location for the .OST file is as follows.
For Microsoft Windows 95 and Microsoft Windows 98:
C:\Windows\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook For Microsoft Windows 2000 and Microsoft Windows NT:  C:\Documents and Settings\user name\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook.
6.  Right-click the .OST file, and then click Rename.  Rename the file with a different file name extension, such as an .OLD file name extension instead of the .OST file name extension.
7.  On the File menu, click Close.
8.  Start Outlook, point to Synchronize on the Tools menu, and then click All Folders.

Outlook Express:
If this is Outlook express the follow the sames steps as above but search for and rename your .DBX

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adminslyAuthor Commented:
that does not work either,

but i think i find my problem, i decide to configure outlook instead of outlokk express, and i have the same error when i try to send.

so i look at the program i run and on this PC  i have a NET NANNY  i de-activate it and  my email are send with NO problem. as soon as  i activate it  the same problem happen again.

so it look like it is  net nanny the problem

thanks

anyways fr your help

sly
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