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RE: Share one Message Store & WAB w/ multiple XP Users - Can't start O

Postby R3JheWJhZ3M » Fri, 26 Nov 2004 08:01:04 GMT

Have to disagree with DGuess - Before my PC crashed some time ago (due to a 
virus) I had 4 Users set up on one PC with XP Home.
2 accounts (son & daughters) each only downloaded a single users emails from 
separate addresses with the same ISP (easy enough just create the Users OE 
account with their own email address details)
The other 2 accounts (mine & wife's) each viewed the same inbox and folders 
and emails received/sent were viewable by either User.
Not being technically minded I achieved this through shared files/folders 
and certainly not through the Registry (I wouldnt know where to start). 
Unfortunately I didnt keep a note of how I did it and since reinstalling I 
have been unable to replicate. If anybody has any ideas I'd also like to hear 

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1.Share one Message Store & WAB w/ multiple XP Users - Can't start OE


Trying to share one OE Message Store and one Address Book with multiple XP
Users (NOT multiple OE Identities, just one).  Have read MS KnowledgeBase
topics, articles and newsgroup posts.  Nothing matches my situation exactly.
Could use advice.


1.        Am Using XP SP1 Home . with 3 User accounts and OE 6, with one OE
Identity (Main Identity).

2.       XP "User A" has access to OE Message Store and WAB fine, after
backup from old PC and restore to new PC months ago (using OE Freebie

3.       XP "User B" could open OE, but didn't see Message folders or WAB.

4.       Then, I "Moved" Message Store from ..Documents and Settings \"User
A" folder to ..Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents folder  by:

Tools  |  Options  |  Maintenance  |  Store Folder. (per MS KB Article Id

5.       XP "User A" still works fine

6.        XP "User B" now gets:

 Outlook Express could not be started ... 0x8007000E 5.... then ..
Outlook Express could not be started because MSOE.DLL could not be

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1.        Need to move WAB to same folder as Message Store?  How?

2.       Want to avoid reinstall of OE6

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