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Old 08-07-2005, 09:53 AM
Kerry
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Default How do I remove a spamblocker addin error on Outlook startup

I once had a spamblaster program installed to protect Outlook. After
uninstalling the program I get an error every time I start Outlook saying
that a program "c:\program~1\spambl~1\bin\461~1\sbolext.dll" could not be
loaded or founde. Since it is removed and not present, how do I get Outlook
to stop trying to load the program?
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Old 08-07-2005, 05:53 PM
Marvin P. Winterbottom
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Default RE: How do I remove a spamblocker addin error on Outlook sta

try- tools / options / other / advanced options / add-in manager, see if it
shows up there and delete it.

"Kerry" wrote:

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I once had a spamblaster program installed to protect Outlook. After
uninstalling the program I get an error every time I start Outlook saying
that a program "c:\program~1\spambl~1\bin\461~1\sbolext.dll" could not be
loaded or founde. Since it is removed and not present, how do I get Outlook
to stop trying to load the program?
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Old 12-03-2005, 09:30 PM
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Geomac
Default thank you

8) I have been trying to get rid of that error message for months! Thanks for solving it so easily for me.
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