outlook and adobe errors



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    I have a user who has the pulic folder directory in Outlook with the expanded All public folders listed. Once he clicks on All public folders the screen pops up a message saying this view is unavailable. We just migrated to an Exchange 2003 server and everyone else had access to the public folders except this user. Thanks, Steve
  • 2. sending and receiving error 0x8007000e
    I receive this error each time send and receive is activated. Mail still comes through and can be sent, and system reource check shows lots of room.
  • 3. OL2000 archiving question
    Hi, Is there an explanation somewhere of OL2000 "archiving" re. archive and personal folders? It's not too clear to me. Thanks
  • 4. Using Automation to Send HTML...
    The following code used to work fine in Outlook 2000, now with Outlook 2002 it doesn't. Now it leaves a BLANK body. Can anyone tell me why this no longer works? Also, we try the same thing with an RTF type file as the body (.body property), and it just puts junk in the body and does not interpret it as a RTF file. Thanks. Bob ***************************************************** oOutlook = CREATEOBJECT("outlook.application") oMail = oOutLook.CreateItem(0) WITH m.oMail m.oRecipient = .Recipients.Add(" XXXX@XXXXX.COM ") m.oRecipient.type = 1 .Subject = "THIS IS A TEST" .bodyformat = 2 && This new property doesn't seem to have any effect on a send. .HTMLBody = "<HTML><H2>My HTML page.</H2><BODY>My body.</BODY></HTML>" .send ENDWITH

outlook and adobe errors

Postby Randy Burk » Wed, 17 Oct 2007 01:02:59 GMT

For unknown reasons, MS Outlook 2003 will not open from IE7.  I get the 
following message:  Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or 
file.  You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.
I can open Outlook from the MS Office folder in the Programs menu.

 Also, I cannot open PDF files when coming from a link on a webpage.  I get 
a message that says there is a problem with Adobe Acrobat/Reader.  However, 
the PDF files will open from saved PDF files.

These symptoms last a couple of weeks and then disappear and things work 
normally again.  This has happened 3 times over the last 4 months.  Anyone 
else have these same symptoms?  Any solutions?  Thanks. 

RE: outlook and adobe errors

Postby Qm9iIEEu » Fri, 26 Oct 2007 03:08:03 GMT

Have you tried going to Control Panel/Folder Options and then checking the 
file extensions for PDF files. On mine that turned out to be the problem.

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