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Just within the past week, I have started receiving an error message whenever I switch between various mail folders in Microsoft Outlook 2002. I am able to send and receive messages, but if I switch to a different folder, I receive an error message that reads:

"The web page could not be found. This error could have been caused by a bad or misspelled URL; following an invalid link; or your network connection and/or transient conditions on the Internet. To check the URL, choose the Home Page tab on the Properties dialog."

Simultaneous to receiving this error, another problem has surfaced. If I open an HTML message and click on a link within the message, the response I get is to open my directory of executable files rather than to take me to the link on the web, deeming any links in my email messages as useless.

I have run CWShredder, Ad-Aware, SpyBot, McAfee viruscan, etc. System is clear. Op system is XP.

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