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MSIMN.EXE is not a valid win32 application

Postby Leanne » Fri, 05 Dec 2003 03:14:39 GMT

Above error message when trying open outlook.  Can anyone 
help?

Thanks

Re: MSIMN.EXE is not a valid win32 application

Postby Roady » Fri, 05 Dec 2003 04:17:00 GMT

When you try to open Outlook or Outlook Express? The file you are refering
to is from Outlook Express.

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Re: MSIMN.EXE is not a valid win32 application

Postby Leanne » Fri, 05 Dec 2003 18:39:25 GMT

Yes, but do you know why am I getting it.  I have never 
had trouble getting into outlook on my desk top before.  
But now when I click on the icon I get the error message 
and unable to get into outlook at all?

Can you help?

Leanne



you are refering
message


anyone

Re: MSIMN.EXE is not a valid win32 application

Postby Roady » Fri, 05 Dec 2003 19:13:07 GMT

Still; are we talking about Outlook or Outlook Express? In the case of
Outlook Express you are in the newsgroup.

This is an Microsoft Office Outlook forum.

Outlook Express is family of Internet Explorer and Outlook of the Office
family.

Here is the link for the right forum
 http://www.**--****.com/ 

Good Luck!

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