Can't import from Exchange Server 2016 into Access 2010

Hello - I used to be able to import from Exchange Server 2003 (Outlook 2010 on my pc) into Access 2010.
Then the IT guys migrated to Exchange Server 2016. I'm still using Outlook 2010 and Access 2010, but now I get the error in the attached bmp.

I followed the directions, but there are no disabled add-in's, and running the Install does give display specific Wizards, and it looks like "Wizards" are "installed on my pc", anyway.  

How can I get this import going again?

Mark LaGrangeAsked:
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You forgot to post the .bmp.

Any chance you can upgrade to O2016?  You might need to do that.

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Mark LaGrangeAuthor Commented:
blast... Sorry about that...

It's a long message, and makes a wide bmp with tiny text. Here the wording: "Microsoft Access can't find the wizard. This wizard has not been installed, or there is an incorrect setting in the Windows Registry, or this wizard has been disabled."

it goes on to describe how to re-enable the wizard if it has been disabled, but, like I described above, I don't see it at all, and trying to re-install does not seem to do anything.
I added Exchange as a topic since the solution will probably come from someone who understands Exchange.
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Mark LaGrangeAuthor Commented:
Thank you
You're welcome.  Good luck.
Mark LaGrangeAuthor Commented:
I apologize for the delay. I dropped this client, and have had other issues since.
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