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    Default Outlook Connector in Windows 7

    I have installed Windows 7 and I can not get Zimbra to work. Was fine on XP, very dodgy on Vista and kept crashing outlook every time it auto saved, does anyone know why Win7 ould not work - is it not supported? thanks Rod

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Which version of Outlook are you using?
    With which service packs?

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    Thanks for replying. I am on outlook 2007 with latest service packs.

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    Good Morning and Welcome,

    To help the admin guys out and to save abit of time could you try 2 things for me....

    Go to this website Outlook Troubleshooting Options - Zimbra :: Wiki

    Under the heading Using Logging Control for Troubleshooting run that program located in the \Program files\common files\system\msmapi\1033 directory.

    Also if Outlook is being rubbish it should create a core dump of the error both files should be in the same place for windows 7 I think the default location is

    C:\Users\Username\AppData\Local\Temp

    Try them and if you can post the logs zipping may be best then that saves the admin guys here having to tell you this info.

    Cheers

    Simon
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