07-10-2003 04:58 AM
07-10-2003 06:22 AM
This is caused by incorrect or corrupted info in the registry.
Use regedit.exe or regedt32.exe to delete the following key:
This will delete all stored passwords on the PC.
Be very careful editing the registry.
Please let us know what happens.
08-15-2003 05:42 AM
08-25-2003 06:53 PM
Have you loaded SP1 and or SP2 for Office XP?
This have to do with XP, but the 2000 fix may still apply:
If you have multiple accounts:
In case you are using MSN:
That enough for OutLook 2002 ?? :-)
08-26-2003 05:23 AM
08-26-2003 10:27 PM
Installing an SP over the top of the same SP will NOT hurt anything.
10-01-2003 08:16 AM
Is there a patch available? Do I have to go in the registry? (which makes a novice like me a little nervous)
Would someone mind assisting me? Cindy any thoughts? What worked for you?
10-07-2003 03:01 AM
Go there and do what it says starting with backing up your registry as I did
with the thought that if this does not work I can restore my current
registry. It does work though and even though they really do not mention
Outlook2002 it is what you need. I don't know how many months that I spent
trying to get a fix and a nice lady sent me this fix and it works.
10-07-2003 04:15 AM
I am glad to hear it worked for you - I wish Microsoft would add XP to the list so that people like us wouldn't have to search so hard to find a fix.