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philroswit

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I turned on my computer to check e-mail and outlook would not start. It started into an installation program. I let it go and it told me this application was on a disc. I have no disc for this program. It was on the computer when I got it.
I cancelled out the program and it told me that it could not access the program because it was missing the file "omint.dll".
I checked and sure enough it is gone. I went to a site that had it and downloaded it into outlook folder and tried again. Same problem. I copied it into its own folder in program files and this didn't work either. Any sugesstions for what to do to get this to work?

I ran Adaware, Ewido, spybot and spyware blaster just before this problem-I think one of them might have removed it without me knowing it.

Thank You, Philroswit
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moving this to the office forum
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Hi philroswit, Welcome to GTG !!

Maybe this will help :

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Dear Linkmaster:

The website did not help. I downloaded the updates and it did not help. I have the dll file both in outlook and inits own folder, my computer just won't accdess it to run Outlook. Any suggestions?
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