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File nacmnlib71.dll not found in path

Lately I have been getting this problem where the sbove file is not found in the path and Outlook 2007 crashes. I edited the path to point to Network Associates but I am still getting the problem.

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This error was reproduced. It has to do with scanning files for viruses when they come in as attachments in Outlook.

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

In fact if you look at this thread, you will see that scanning file attachments has been an issue with several anti virus software systems.

The best thing to do is to shut off e-mail scanning in your anti virus software and look for an update to correct the problem from Network Associates.

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About two weeks ago my Outlook Mail became very slow when going between folders; i.e. going from Sent Items to Inbox. I cleaned out excess mail with no change. I even deleted the entire outlook.pst file...


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Press Windows key+ R and type "outlook /resetnavpane" , click on "OK".
2. You can disable the add ins in the registry as well.
Path: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins registry subkey and the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins registry subkey.
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3. Create a new outlook profile and configure the e-mail account.
4. You can also try to run the scan on PST file. Depending on the combination of Windows and MS Office versions you have installed,ScanPst is in one of the following folders
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I hope the above fix works for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





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I think some of its files are corrupted .So thats why it is working like this.So reinstall or repair your Microsoft Office.

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