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Brendy59

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Hello,
I recently removed the Google desktop search from my computer. Apparently there was an add-on for my Microsoft Office 2007 Outlook Mail. each time I open Outlook I get the following message:
"Add In Google Desktop Search Outlook Addin can not be loaded and has been disabled by Outlook. Contact the Add-in manufacture for an update or uninstall the add in."

I have checked the Outlook add-in and its not showing in there and the uninstall programs window no longer shows the Google Desktop search.


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Hi,
I found this on another forum. lockergnome.com It seems like it would work.
Basically, search for extend.dat and delete it. The file should be in C:>Documents and Settings>User Name>Local Settings>Application Data>Microsoft>Outlook, if you have XP. Vista:C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook. Make sure that you show hidden files first.

Good luck!
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Thank you very much!! That did the trick.

Bren:-)
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:) I am glad it worked. You are welcome.

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