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Internet Explorer shuts down when sending emails from OWA, indicates Adobe Flash problem

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I am having difficulty tracking down the source of this problem which arose within the last 24 hours on several pcs.

Server is SBS 2003 Premium R2 also running MS Dynamic CRM.
PCs are Windows Vista Ultimate or XP Pro running IE7
All software is up to date.

PC is logged onto Outlook Web Access, emails are being received, however when I try to send out a new email the screen goes transparent white and then shuts down all IE connections.
The first time it happened the system provided a DATA EXECUTION PREVENTION error. On subsequent tries I now get an error that the system is in conflict with Adobe Flash Player. I cannot find any fixes for this problem.

Anyone have any suggestions on where to look? Many thx


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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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In IE under tools disable the adobe flash add-on or reinstall the Active X for it.
Hope that helps.
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by:niagaradan
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Disabled flash, uninstalled it, reinstalled it, tried all combinations. Still same problem. IE shuts down anytime I try to send email.
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I'm getting desperate
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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1: Under outlook look for add-ins and remove flah/adobe add -ins (For 2007: In the trust Center)
2: Disable Anti-Virus
3:1:Recreate your email profile

Olaf
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by:niagaradan
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Hi Olaf, Outlook works fine, it's Outlook Web Access off the exchange server that crashes everytime I send an email, what am I missing?
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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What version of .net are you running on web outlook. (IIS> wesites>default website>Exchweb properties. (Should be 1.1.4322, if not change it to that)
or- Re-run the internet connection wizard it will reset all your weboutlook settings.
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by:niagaradan
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Hi Olaf, 1.1.4322 is installed and I re-ran connection wizard, but I have same results. As soon as I click on send in OWA the screen goes white and then shuts down IE.
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by:Olaf De Ceuster
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Any errors in the eventlog regarding IIS and/or DCOM?
Olaf
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