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Help with Outlook Error 0x8007007E


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Hi

Can anyone help me.

For some reason, my outlook will not receive mail. I am using Outlook 2003 and it sends all messages pefectly, however, when i try to receive mail, a message is displayed which says unknown error 0x08007007E.

I have tried the detect and repair option, but this does not fix it.

Any suggestions and help would be very much appreciated.

Many thanks

Brent
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this is a general error 0x8007007E

were going to clearout folder and get new error there should
be one besides 0x8007007E

go to search and and click all files and folders copy this

windowsupdate.log

now paste it ..click ok

when search has found it open it

it should open in notepad

then right click it and select all then delete

save windowsupdate.log click save

your clearing the folder out

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next step

try your outlook express do it till you get the error again

once you get it go to run from start...

copy this

%windir%/windowsupdate.log

then paste in or type it in if you want

click ok

copy and paste new error here in message

or send to desk top and add as attachment

also need to know what service pack your using

Edited by rushin1nd, 08 September 2006 - 01:28 PM.

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I had the same problem. I fixed it by adding the missing %systemroot%\system32\msoert2.dll file from a working system.

Hope this helps
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