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Select Path Variable in the lower part of the box by clicking on it and add C:\Program Files\Utimaco\Safeguard Easy

Note: To insert ; (semi colon symbol) after the previous path

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Network Associates has nothing to do with Office. It's some sort of antivirus scanning add on that isn't compatible with Outlook.

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