Since I un-installed microsoft office 1997 and installed microsoft office 2007, I cannot e-mail files directly from my documents. The only way I can e-mail files is to attach them to an already opened e-mail message from outlook express. When I try to e-mail a file from my documents, a window that says Choose Profile comes up, and the default is Microsoft Outlook. When I try to put in a "new" profile and choose "manually configure information services" I get an error message that reads "The .DLL file for this service is either damaged or could not be found." I installed the same microsoft office 2007 program on my pc, which did not have microsoft office 1997 previously installed on it, and it works fine. I have Outlook Express, not Microsoft Outlook.
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If you just recently upgraded to Microsoft Office 2007, and you use Outlook Express you may have noticed that your dictionary for your spellchecker will only work for French. seems that the dictionaries included in office 2007 will not support Outlook Express 6, to get your dictionary back to where it will check your English or Spanish E-mail what you need to do is to run an earlier Office versions setup in custom install mode and selecting the module dealing with the dictionary.
ex. I used Frontpage 2003 and ran the custom install making sure that the dictionary was active. When I went ran Outlook express next and checked under options the selected spellchecker was in English.
Outlook express only comes with windows xp and earlyer windows versions. However in windows vista microsoft did replace outlook express with windows mail and in windows 7 they left it completely out of the package. In windows 7 you'll have to install windows mail from the windows live essentials package, wich is free to download. Outlook express can't be installed on windows vista and 7, use windows mail instead.
Download Windows Live Essentials here: http://explore.live.com/windows-live-essentials?os=other
If you have installed Microsoft Office Outlook 2007, it will set itself as your default mail client. Hit the Windows ball or Start button on the lower left of the desktop - All Programs - Outlook Express. When it opens; hit File - Export - To Outlook (Messages). Outlook Express will export all of your messages, contacts and account settings to Outlook 2007 and you will be able to use the better, upgraded Outlook Mail client.
In windows vista there is no outlook express, instead you will get windows mail. you can see that in programs. if its not there you can download it from microsoft site and install it. Its totally free. You can configure this as outlook express and use ..
EML extension is an Outlook Express file. You need to import the eml
files to Outlook Express first. Drag and drop the emails into Outlook Express preview pane. Then you can import the emails from OE to Outlook.
--Open Control Panel --> mail -->Remove any previous account info.
-- Reboot system
-- Repair Office by Office button --> Options --> Resources --> run Microsoft Diagnostics.
-- Start Outlook and configure
Outlook express does not have its own spell checker, it relies on the one installed with MS Office. Unfortunately the one that comes with Office 2007 is no longer compatible with Outlook. At present there is no solution except to install third party spell ckeck software.