Outlook 2010 is not seen as default client on window 7

I have 64 bit Office Outlook 2010 installed on my 64 bit Window 7.  Outlook is connected to 2003 server on the backend. Also using the OCS R2 version 3.5.6907.83 updated.  

Problem 1)  I have is each time I load up Outlook 2010 I get the message that "Either there is no default mail client or the current mail client cannot fulfill the messaging request.  Please run Microsoft Office Outlook and set it as the default mail client." which is set as the default client but clearly not being recognised as such.  

Problem 2) After running the live-meeting updates which seems to resolve the OCS integration error, my meeting presence is not being reflected by OCS and saved conversation (apparently) are not actually stored to my conversation folder in Outlook so clearly it's not actually storing them.

How can I resolved this as I don't seem to be able to find a solution?
MrPerplexedAsked:
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Lacretta IncorvaiaCommented:
Good Morning,

Please see the following article: http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/66114.aspx.

Take care,
LJ
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MrPerplexedAuthor Commented:
This solution worked for problem 1) but did not resolve problem 2)
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steveurichCommented:
LJ - the post below also had others responding the it did not work with Win 7 64 bit and Office 2010 64 bit

Good Morning,

Please see the following article: http://www.brighthub.com/computing/windows-platform/articles/66114.aspx.

Take care,
LJ
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MrPerplexedAuthor Commented:
Hi Steveurich  

I have ran this process before myself from article at:- http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813745 but this did not work as well my presence although seen in Outlook does not work the other way from OCS ie if in a meeting status is not reflected in OCS.

TH
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