When you have set Word 2003 as your default e-mail editor, you might get the error “Interface not registered” when trying to send an email. You are still able to send messages with the Outlook editor set.
To solve the problem which causes the “Interface not registered“-error, do the following
- Close all running Office applications, like Word 2003, Outlook 2003
- Click on Start, click on Run
- Enter the following line: Regsvr32.exe %Windir%\System32\Ole32.dll
- Press enter to apply
Sending mail with Word 2003 as default editor in Outlook 2003 should now work again
If the line “Regsvr32.exe %Windir%\System32\Ole32.dll” causes an error, try the following line: “Regsvr32.exe Ole32.dll“… Read the rest
When you have hard deleted emails or appointments from Outlook, you can recover them with the dumpster. By default, the dumpster is activated only in your “Deleted items” folder. This means that, when you go to your “Deleted items” folder, and you delete an email that is in that specific folder, you can recover it with the dumpster.… Read the rest
If you want to disable the dumpster (recover deleted items) for your users, you can use the Group Policy. If you can use the Group Policy, I would suggest that. Click here for a manual.
If you cannot use the Group Policy for some reason, you should consider the following solution:
How to disable an Outlook user’s ability to “Recover Deleted Items”:
- Exit and Logoff from Outlook
- Delete the file [c:]\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\Addins\dumpster.ecf
- Restart Outlook
NOTE: If you receive an error on startup, go to the ADD-INS section of outlook, and remove the check mark from the Recover Deleted Items option.… Read the rest
When all your appointments are gone in Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2003, this is probably the result of AutoArchive settings enabled. When you have turned on Auto Archiving, Outlook automatically archives all your calendar items, older than x months. Typically, Outlook saves your calendar items to archive.pst.… Read the rest
When you’re working with Outlook 2003 and Exchange, it is possible to recover your hard-deleted emails. Even when you used SHIFT-DELETE, you’re still able recover the email(s). This can be done by the so-called dumpster.
When you want to enable or disable the dumpster globally for your company, follow these steps:
- Install the Office 2003 resource kit (if you haven’t done yet)
- Copy outlk11.adm to the domain controller (when Office 2003 resource kit is installed, you can find the ADM in your c:\windows\inf folder
- Add outlk11.adm to your Group Policy -> User configuration -> Administrative template
- Open Group policy->User configuration-> Administrative Templates->Microsoft Office Outlook 2003->Disable items in user interface -> custom ->Disable command bar buttons and menu items-> Enable and Enter command bar ID 5654
- Log out and log in again to activate the new policy setting.
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