RE: Outlook Crashes in Windows 2003

I got the same problem, take out some of the ram. With 4 gig's of ram i get
that error, 3 or less i don't. Seems to be a bug with Office or somthing. You
can at least get the server running and we maybe can work on getting some
help from Microsoft if this is a common problem. send me a message - bmoritz
- unmco com if it works ok for you with 3gig's.

"Jeff Viola" wrote:

> My Server has 4 Gigs of RAM. How do I capture the error message that is sent
> to Microsoft? I tried to cut and paste some of the information below. I
> don't know if this tells you anything or not.
> More info: Outlook opens. At least I can see my email in the list, but
> before I can click on anythings I get the microsoft error below. I have a
> choice or restarting Outlook, but it does the same thing each time. With the
> message up I"m unable to click on anything in Outlook.
> Microsoft Office Outlook has encountered a problem and needs to close. We
> are sorry for the inconvenience. Under details This is at the top.
> AppName: outlook.exe AppVer: 11.0.6353.0 AppStamp:408f2937
> ModName: mspst32.dll ModVer: 11.0.6357.0 ModStamp:40b65fc5
> fDebug: 0 Offset: 0001b745
> "BMoritz" wrote:
> > Does your server have 4gig's of ram or more? What is the detail of the crash,
> > what are the files?
> > Brian
> >
> >
> > "Jeff Viola" wrote:
> >
> > > I've posted this before, but didn't get a solution. I'm stuck I can't deploy
> > > my new server until I get this problem resolved. I have Windows 2003. It is
> > > setup as a Windows Terminal Server. After switching it to Terminal Server I
> > > installed Office Pro. 2003. All the component of Office 2003 works except
> > > for Outlook. As soon as it opens It crashed and want to send crash info to
> > > Microsoft. I've probably done this 100 times, but I still haven't received a
> > > good response. Here is what I've done to try and fix the problem.
> > >
> > > 1. Upgraded to Office SP1 and all updates.
> > > 2. Posted here, and was told to create a mst without wordmail editing. I
> > > did that and reinstalled. Same problem.
> > > 3. Yes, I have cache turned off.
> > > 4. Reinstalled numerous times.
> > > 5. Seached the internet. Can't find a solution.
> > >
> > > Please help. We are anxious to use our new server.
> > >
> > > Jeff Viola

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