NormalEmail.dotm error in Outlook 2010

I have installed office 2010 on a Windows 2008 server and every time I close the program it keeps asking me to save the NormalEmail.dotm to a network location
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Radhakrishnan RSenior Technical LeadCommented:
HI,

Do you use normal.dotm (cutomized office templates) for the MS office applications? . The normal.dotm ini file content looks like this;

[Files]
Normal.dot=1
Normal.dotm=1
Show Desktop.scf=0
 
[Paths]
Normal.dot=Microsoft\Templates
Normal.dotm=Microsoft\Templates
Show Desktop.scf=Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch

Look at your server's (your username), Application Data\xxx\Microsoft\Templates, if you are already using normal.dotm then you can found the file under this location, this you need to update.

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Radhakrishnan RSenior Technical LeadCommented:
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