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I have been using Spam Inspector for several years and have migrated from computer to computer and across several windows versions.  I am now running Windows 7, and Outlook 2003.  The spam inspector toolbar in Outlook disappeared.  HOW CAN I GET IT BACK?
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by:johnb6767
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Assuming it is installed, inside Outlook go to Tools>Trust Center>Addins

Is it listed in the Disabled Application Addins/Inactive Application Addins sections?

In the Addins, select COM Addins, and hit Go. Is it listed, but not checked?
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by:MGothelf
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johnb6767:  I don't see Tools>Trust Center.  I am running Outlook 2003.  
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Ok, then it is going to be in Tools>Options>Advanced>Addins???

I think that is the correct location for 2003.....
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by:MGothelf
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Yes that was it.  Actually, its Tools>Options>Other>Advanced Options>COM Addins.

Thanks very much
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