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    Mapi and win2k

    I am using win2 k german version and word 2000. As emailcleint I use Becky! Version 2 that's suposed to be able to mapi.

    I installed verything - as I had before - in win98se where with some changes in win.ini I could get mapi to work.

    Now in win2 k strange things happend. I do have two systems - one normal and one for testing purposes only. On the normally I installed word 2000 and a camerasoftware - no mapi

    On the test system I had no mapi until i installed the camerasoftware - but I haven't installed Word here - and now I can mapi without any win.ini changes or anything. Anyone knows how to get mapi back ??? Would be nice for my palm too (:--))

    Ruben

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    http://support.microsoft.com/default...EN-US;q238085&

    Have a look at the article above. It would seem to get the MAPI 1.0 standard installed you need to install a software that contains it, like outlook or Microsoft Exchange Client. You might try reinstalling your camera software to see if it will install MAPI for you.

    Just an idea.
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    I saw thta one too - but hate to have to buy or install Outlook to be able to use another mailclient - get my drift??

    Ruben

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    Well, you can try this site:
    http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dl...s.shtml?mapi32

    contains the Mapi dll. I would guess you just need to put it in your system32 file folder... but I am not sure.

    Also, here is another site hosting the MAPI file:
    http://edsecure.armageddonsoftware.com/plugins/

    Hope it helps,
    I was wondering, does Windows 2000 come installed with Outlook Express? I am not sure as it has been a while since I last used it... YOu could just use it temporarily. BUt I understand wanting to stay away from it with all the Virii...
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    Thanks I donwloaded the files - one had an *.ocx to use (outlookmapi) - thats the one that seems interesting, but how do I tell my machine to recognize it?? Or to register it??

    Ruben

    PS: Yes win2k comes with oe and with oe it actually works (:--((

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    That is where the extent of my knowledge runs dry.. I don't know how to get windows 2k to recognize it. I was thinking if you put the DLL in the right folder it would recognize it automatically... I guess not.

    From here I dun't know,
    but not to leave you shorthanded, I found some links to other free-based email applications. I highly recommend Eudora. I use it and it works flawless and it installs its own MAPI DLL.
    http://www.geocities.com/SiliconVall...0/mailclnt.htm

    Sorry I couldn't help you further,
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    Yeah I knwo them - but there are all not an becky#s standard - try it (:--))

    Ruben

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    Did find the solution - installed the camera software - videomail - and run fixmapi.exe and ...

    it works now (:--)) with the changes in win.ini I had in win98se

    Ruben

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    thanks for posting your fix

    this will help alot of people

    cheers
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