This question says applications need to "register", but the answers (and the linked MSDN article) do not explain how that is done. But then on exit it says "Could not uninstall Eudora MAPI > system because MAPI.DLL and/or MAPI32.dll could not be renamed." > > Something seems to have gone wrong with MAPI32.dll. If you get a "Login Failed...clsSendMail_Send" error message using Windows Mail as your default mail program in Windows Vista, either: Re-start Vista to close Windows Mail processes and clear the failed CookingWithGas View Public Profile Visit CookingWithGas's homepage!
You can click on any topic in the following index to go directly to the instructions for that topic: Configure Program Access with Multiple Email Programs Office Outlook Outlook 2010, 2013 In order to use the Mapi System in Eudora Pro 3. 0 Featured Post 2016 Annual Membership Survey Promoted by Experts Exchange Want to help improve the Experts Exchange community and Otherwise, Vista treats the file transfer as a separate user login attempt into Windows Mail and blocks it. I assume that this is Eudora's MAPI, because the MAPI32.dll file on the other two computers here are the 112,228 byte file. https://groups.google.com/d/topic/comp.mail.eudora.ms-windows/xvBib_1_vAA
To stop another email program from interfering with Thunderbird, follow the instructions to configure Windows' Program Access in the Multiple Email Programs above. I can't change to option #1 > or #2 because it gives me the error message again and won't let me > save with option 1 or 2. > > Under First, my error in trying to remove the file was that I was trying to remove it from the wrong place.
I've tried a couple of things, to no avail. You can click the down arrow beside the email box to change the default mail handler in Windows. Promoted by Neal Stanborough Constantly trying to correctly format email signatures? For more details on fixing the CDO feature in Outlook 2007, click on "Fix CDO Email Error in Outlook 2007." If removing and re-installing theCollaboration Data Objects(CDO) featurefor your MS Office
Check the version under Help > About Microsoft Outlook Express (and Help > About Internet Explorer). How can I fix this problem? --- Replace you know what by j to email Jud McCranie, Nov 10, 2005 #1 Advertisements S.Sengupta Guest See this KB Article:- http://eudora.com/techsupport/kb/1897hq.html regards, Has my macOS Sierra system been infected by unknown users? In Windows 7, Eudora is not listed as an option in the list of default programs.
Office 2010 Beta installation asks you if you want to leave prior versions. I have three copies of MAPI32.dll, one in I386, one in Windows\system32, and one in program files\common files\system\msmapi\1033. Eudora Was Unable To Update The System Registry. Your Default Mail Program Has Not Been Changed Then use your free Windows Live Hotmail account in your 64-bit Outlook 2010. Eudora Windows 10 I run across it when searching for solution to error "cannot start outlook".
However, Eudora is already associated with the .MBX file type, but it still is not available on the Default Programs list. Click here to download Microsoft Outlook 2010 Hotmail Connector 64-bit. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice. CookingWithGas View Public Profile Visit CookingWithGas's homepage!
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but it couldn't install Eudora's MAPI. I think Steve's suggestion would work also, and I may try it at some point. –tim11g Dec 22 '09 at 20:49 The only remaining issue with Eudora under Windows But you can log on as this all-powerful user: start up a command prompt using your normal Administrator user, then type: at 12:01 /interactive cmd.exe Instead of 12:01, put a time
Original article at Superuser. At least on Windows 7, there is no file named MAPI.DLL in the C:\Windows folder structure. Click Start a new search, and then click All files and folders. I finally found a Microsoft help page that pointed me to a different directory, C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\System\MSMAPI\1033, and said to delete the file, and on startup Outlook would automatically fix
Find all posts by CookingWithGas Advertisements #2 12-01-2009, 11:30 AM DarrenS Guest Join Date: Mar 2000 Could be a couple of things: It's in use. Is three knights versus knight really winning? Here is how: 1 Open an administrator command prompt by typing cmd into the start menu search box, and hit the Ctrl+Shift+Enter key combination. 2 To take ownership of the files, you’ll need use it when Eudora is running > 3.
Eudora (by default) doesn't run privileged, and therefore can't change the registry.