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access violation at address in module olmapi32.dll

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Hi,

Using an rdp connection to manufacturing application and trying to send an outlook message from within it. Get the message "access violation at address in module..... olmapi32.dll"

Windows TS 2008, Outlook 2010

I managed to send 2 mails, but then got this error message.

Thanks
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Sounds like you got two different versions of the olmapi32.dll (dll hell) somewhere.

Do a file search for that dll and see if it's in more than one place on the server.
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Thank you.

There weren't 2 different versions of the dll file on the server, but when I did the search I found that it was located in the wrong place, so your comment led me to the solution, for which I am very grateful.

All the best.

Les Shepherd
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