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How do I resolve this message?  It occurs everytime I try to create a new account with Business Contact Manager under Outlook 2007.  Don't tell me to reinstall anything ... it has been done ... from .NET 1.0 to 3.5 to BCM itself.
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by:Kamaraj Subramanian
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by:jigdog
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I have tried that.  It is not the solution.
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by:hishamattia
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I had this error immediately after I deployed Symantec Endpoint. Only one machine did not encounter this problem!!!?
 
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I will tell everyone that Microsoft support solved my problem.  This error was invoked by Business Contact Manager with Outlook 2007.  Creating a new profile under [Control Panel -> Mail -> Profiles] solved the problem.  Go figure!
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by:jigdog
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And as a comment to the previous posting ... we learned to NEVER deploy Symantec Endpoint ... it caused nothing but problems for us.  Just our experience, and our opinion.
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by:hishamattia
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The problem is still there!
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by:hishamattia
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New profile was not the answer for me.
I even tried logging in as a new user (NEW USER PROFILE) and obviously I had to create a new Outllok profile, and I got the same problem.
I CANNOT open accounts (even though I can open Business Contacts).
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by:Nel_81
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I found the following resolved this issue.

Rather than creating a new Mail Profile, I used the Office Diagnostics tool in Outlook 2007:

Help menu> Office Diagnostics
Click Continue, and Run Diagnostics.
Once the Setup Diagnostic Component ran, it found one or more errors in fixed them, thus fixing the issue in this thread.


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