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We cannot start e- mail, Error message is:

We cannot start e- mail, Error message is: " Cannot start Microsoft office outlook, Cannot open the outlook window"

Please advise, we are a small business and need access

Thanks

E-mail provided is from another computer that is working.

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I think your email account is not the problem, but make sure your outlook account setting is correct.. It's a best bet to reinstall the Office.. Good luck...

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