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Hello,

I have to create new profiles in outlook through the program. So i thought i would use Redemption.dll and Profman.dll to do it...
But the problem is i am not able to register that dll..

regsvr32.exe profman.dll

What might b the problem? I am not abl to give reference to profman.dll in Visual C#....

Any help is greatly appreciated...

Priya
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check the dependencies of profman.dll and Redemption.dll.
They might require some other dlls also.
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Oh... How to do that??
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use depends.exe (available at http://www.dependencywalker.com/)
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