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We are getting the following error when opening a contact in Outlook 2003.
To help prevent malicious code from running, one or more objects in this form were not loaded. For more information, contact your administrator.

How do I find out what is trying to run.  I can't find and macros trying to run.
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It's not necessarily going to be a macro.

Try exporting the contact in question, or all of the contacts if necessary.
If you can, export it to XML and then load it up in a text editor to see what's in that particular contact.

Then erase your contacts (or just this one) and re-import them.  This is a drastic measure, but if there's an exploit in one or more of your contacts (there may be some active content in the contact, such as a web link, maybe an image, it's tough to say)

I don't know how to identify the very cause of this error, but by exporting it and re-importing it, it may be "laundered"

I've read a few similar concerns, but have not see anyone talking about the cause or the best solution...
http://www.eggheadcafe.com/software/aspnet/34008576/how-do-you-fix-contacts-n.aspx


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