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Unspecified Failure in MAPI and Vista (Windows Mail)

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Hello all,

I am using the MAPI object in Visual BASIC v6 application. When I ONLY run my application on a Windows Vista machine I am getting this error from the MAPI object: Unspecified Failure has occurred (32002).

I suppose it's the change Windows Vista did from Outlook Express to Windows Mail.

Any ideas what should I do?

Thank you,
Elad.
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have you loaded the required CDO library.
It is now available as a separate download for Vista as it's not part of Outlook.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=2714320d-c997-4de1-986f-24f081725d36&displaylang=en
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