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From: Richard on 02/17/2003
Can someone please help? A number of PCs here at this company are having problems with Dr.Watson error messages with Outlook.exe. The error states:
Exception: access violation (0xc0000005), Address: 0x6e4778b9" We are running NT 4.0 with outlook 98. It seems to have started, after installing a customized IE 5.5SP2.
I've contacted Microsoft and they were not able to provide a solution, since they do not support Outlook 98 anymore. The only solution that they suggested was to re-install everything from scratch. That however did not work.

Has anyone experienced this problem?

Thanks,

Richard


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From: kol on 07/03/2009
Yvette,
You are misinformed!
The original meaning of sin is "to miss the mark". Which seems you are doing. Almost all people are sinners because they are missing the mark the meaning of life = enjoying every day as it was their last.
www.zeitgeistmovie.com don't be afraid to open your mind and clear out that brain washing you have gotten!

Now back to the topic, what is the fix? This only happens when I reply to about 5% of emails.

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From: Yvette Nelson on 04/23/2006
Sal,

I will pray for your soul next Sunday as I do every Sunday.

Yvette
yvettenelson.net

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From: Jorge on 03/31/2004
I'm experiencing the same problem.
Will try these steps found on the web.

Please try this:

OL98: (CW) IPF in Module EXSEC32.DLL Opening "Task Accepted" (191781)

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The information in this article applies to:


Microsoft Outlook 98

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This article was previously published under Q191781
NOTE: These procedures only apply if you have installed Outlook with the Corporate Workgroup/Other option. This option allows you to use Messaging Application Programming Interface (MAPI) services. To determine your installation type, on the Help Menu click About Microsoft Outlook. In About Microsoft Outlook you should see "Corporate" if you have the Corporate Workgroup installation.
SYMPTOMS
When you open a Task Accepted message in Microsoft Outlook 98, you may receive one of the following error messages.
Windows 95
OUTLOOK caused an invalid page fault in module EXSEC32.DLL at 0137:6f216b7d.
Windows NT
An application error has occurred and an application error log is being generated.
OUTLOOK.exe

Exception access violation (0xc0000005), Address: 0x6f216b7d
NOTE: You may also receive this error message in Windows 95 if you are running Dr. Watson.
CAUSE
This problem occurs when your default mail delivery is set to a Microsoft Exchange Server version 5.0 mailbox, and the Task Accepted message contains an attachment.
RESOLUTION
Install the Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Post Service Pack 2 Patch for the Information Store.
MORE INFORMATION
The Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0 Post Service Pack 2 patch for the Information Store, is available at the following Microsoft World Wide Web site:
ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/exchange/exchange-public/fixes/Eng/Exchg5.0/

NOTE: This URL should be one continuous line of text.

After opening this URL, click the Post-SP2-STORE link, and then click the Readme.txt file for instructions.

NOTE: You must have previously installed Microsoft Exchange Server 5.0, Service Pack 2 in order to apply this patch.

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Modification Type: Major Last Reviewed: 7/30/1999
Keywords: kbbug KB191781

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2002 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

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From: Sal on 09/18/2003
This is for Yvette. Sorry, I couldn't help but respond to this very lost soul.

First of all Yvette, these technical questions have nothing to do with the Lord so keep your views to yourself.

Secondly, what the hell are you doing on the Internet as it is also a tool considered 'evil' by religious fanatics as yourself?

Lastly, practice what you preach and keep the hell out of what you don't understand, technology OR the Lord.

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From: mike on 04/25/2003
Same problem here running Outlook 98 on NT4.0
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From: Yvette Nelson on 03/11/2003
Dearest Richard!

Take heed that this is not the first mention of a problem with Outlook. THIS is a sign from the Lord Jesus Christ. He is subtly telling you to return to the more glorious days of more personal communication such as letter writing, or going over a friends house with a fresh baked apple pie to discuss the bible.

Everyone, beware! This will not be the last of these Outlook errors. The Lord is subtly warning us to change our satanic ways. He does not approve of the use of Outlook, or any other e-mail (electronic mail) application.

Please I beg you all to take the time and write a lovely handwritten letter to your friends and mail it off! Or schedule a nice prayer session where you can discuss whatever it was that you had intended on e-mailling that person about!

NO MORE E-MAIL in the name of the Lord!

God bless you all even you Outlook sinners!
Love,
Yvette

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From: John on 03/11/2003
We have had the same problem about the same time. Do you use Mcafee VS? We've also had a lot of bsod's and can't seem to pinpoint it. It's becoming more common. We think it may be related to Vshield. Outlook 98=old & free, I'm surprised MS didn't say upgrade...
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