I found this on Microsoft's Newsgroup for Outlook.
While on the Google site when I searched for "OS X" and selected
"Search only in microsoft.public.outlook.mac"
option, a bunch of articles came up. This seems to be a great resource for
answers. Maybe it'll help!
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> From: [log in to unmask] (Mike Rebholz)
> Organization: http://groups.google.com/
> Newsgroups: microsoft.public.outlook.mac
> Date: 27 Nov 2002 09:06:33 -0800
> Subject: Re: ANSWER: Re: Outlook 2001 crashes on OSX (10.2.1)
> Thank you so much for posting that Mike. My Outlook 2001 was crashing
> on my iMac 233 with OS X (10.1.5) consistently.
> I deleted the files last night and so far half way through the day,
> not a single crash of classic. By this time, I would have had to
> restart Classic probably 5 times.
> Mike Rebholz
> Mike Laufer <[log in to unmask]> wrote in message
> news:<[log in to unmask]>...
>> Found some corrupt Microsoft files:
>> Deleted Microsoft OLE Automation
>> Deleted Microsoft OLE Library
>> Deleted Microsoft Component Library
>> Deleted PPC Registration Database
>> Files were recreated when Outlook First Run was run. Now Outlook is
>> much more stable.
>> -> original post
>>> Outlook 2001 frequently crashes Classic on my DP533G4. It can happen
>>> when I click on reply, or forward, or try to move messages to another
>>> folder -- very flaky.
>>> Does anyone have any ideas on what to check? I know there are people
>>> who use Outlook in Classic w/o any problems.
>>> [log in to unmask]
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On 12/10/02 8:04 AM, "Corey Gilmore" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On Tue, 10 Dec 2002, Steve Cavrak wrote:
>> On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 05:41 PM, Corey Gilmore wrote:
>>> The only way to access exchange resources (from a mac) right now is to use
>>> Office 2001 under Classic. So in this case, there is no OSX native
>> Have you tried starting from OS 9 directly ?
> Yup... It gets to the splash screen and dies. Anyone from BSAD heard about
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