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GW will not initiate after Office XP install
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GW will not initiate after Office XP install

GW will not initiate after Office XP install

(OP)
I have recently loaded Office XP onto my PC.  Since this, I have not been able to log on to groupwise.  Although I can't see Groupwise, Notify appears to work, however when I try and look at a email through Notify, the system hangs and I eventually get a fatal exception error 176F:00001AA8.

I've tried unistalling and reinstalling Groupwise to no avail. Does anyone have any ideas?

Cheers

RE: GW will not initiate after Office XP install

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I had this problem when we installed Office 2000.

I had to copy a correct version of mapi32.dll and make sure microsoft mail was there.

Maybe it will work for you.

RE: GW will not initiate after Office XP install

(OP)
That has worked a treat!

Thank you

RE: GW will not initiate after Office XP install

I am having the same problem and am not sure where to copy the mapi32.dll from.  Am i correct in assuming i am copying from the office xp cd?  

RE: GW will not initiate after Office XP install

Copy mapi32.dll from a computer that is working.

Patrick

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