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Outlook Printing isue

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Hello,

the error that I am getting is "the connection to microsoft exchange is unavailable outlook must be online or connected to complete this action". This happens when a few of my users try to print. We have hosted exchange 2003 and outlook 2007 on Vista. The workaround I have found is to open the email and put outlook into "offline" mode and the print the document and it works just fine. Thank you in advance.

Dan
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I have this one figured out. It was an issue with Office 2007 SP2. All I had to do was uninstall it. you can download the office 2007 SP2 removal tool here.
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=b97e6ecf-8da5-455d-b3bb-8ff2223f97c4&displaylang=en 
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