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Missing Languagestrings.dll

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I am getting a missing languagestrings.dll when opening up Outlook 2003.
It still works but the error is very annoying. Everything I have seen so far tells me its a shoretel related error, which I do have installed, and have uninstalled and reinstalled, as well as disable the add-ins in Outlook but to no avail.
This is on a Windows 7 x64 machine.

Thanks for the help.
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by:Will Szymkowski
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have you used the Outlook.exe /safe:3 or Outlook.exe /safe switches to start Outlook? Try thoes and see if you get the same message. Also, have you tried to create a new Outlook profile from the mail applet in the control panel? Create a new outlook profile test outlook with it and if it works you can continue using.

hope this helps~!
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I tried the switches it does not change anything, still get the same error. I would rather not create a new profile unless it is a last resort if that is possible.
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by:Will Szymkowski
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Well you can create a new outlook profile (dont delete the current outlook profile) then test with the new one. If it works with the new one you might have to switch over. If you are still getting the same issue you can switch back to your original Outlook profile and continue to troubleshoot.
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I found the solution. Go to Advanced system properties>Environmental Variables, edit the "Path" variable. At the end of what is currently there, add this after a semicolon

C:\Program Files (x86)\Shoreline Communications\ShoreWare Client

That points it to the folder where the languagestrings.dll resides.

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