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Unsubscriptable Object error dialog - Outlook 07
braggtech


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Hoping someone might be able to direct me the source of this error. I have a user, one of 8, who uses Outlook 07 (others do also). Clamwin was installed for Outlook scanning also. Everytime this user wishes to send an email with an attachment he gets a error dialog box from clamwin - unsubscriptable object - that's it...
No one else seems to have this issues, all of the computers are generally setup with the same programs, and mostly run MS Office...
Anyone have a clue where I might start looking to resolve this?
I'm thinking something in the 'install' of clamwin didn;t go well.

Thanks in advance for any help on this.

BTW: I did do a full forum search for this and nothing was returned...

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GuitarBob


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I hope this helps:http://forum.parallels.com/pda/index.php/t-83788.html on the web. Otherwise, we'll have to wait for a developer.

Regards,
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braggtech


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GuitarBob wrote:
I hope this helps:http://forum.parallels.com/pda/index.php/t-83788.html on the web. Otherwise, we'll have to wait for a developer.

Regards,


Thanks, checked out the URL, but its referring to another version of Clam. Clamwin installer pretty well shields you from most of the messy stuff of installation; and so prolly disguises installation errors.

and, from my quikie research, refers to code and the subscript opewrator within Python.

I'm not a programmer, and certainly not in Python.

Baring someone also having had this issue or a Clamwin master knowin what to do, I'm gonna search for the install log and see what shakes in that, then try an uninstall and clean out the reg. and try a new Clamwin install
And hope to hell that Outlook doesn;t shake its ugly head Confused

Thanks - all further suggestions gladly considered as I wade into this with a shovel and hammer Twisted Evil . (not my machine and this user always seems to be the Hi-Profile admin problem...)
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alch
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Looks like a python conflict to me. Are there any other Outlook plugins installed that use python? Try disabling the COM add ins one by one and see if it helps.
Another possibility is ZoneAlarm which is known to install a custom built python engine.
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braggtech


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alch wrote:
Looks like a python conflict to me. Are there any other Outlook plugins installed that use python? Try disabling the COM add ins one by one and see if it helps.
Another possibility is ZoneAlarm which is known to install a custom built python engine.


No ZoneAlarm, not used. We tried ZA Pro a little while back and got a HUGE number of conflicts, which all went away after that uninstall...

The only consistent (authorized) Outlook plugin we use is - Google Calendar Synch - not sure what that's written in...
But with 8 other users, we have no CLAM, Outlook attachment or Google Calendar synch issues.
Also, 'user' is fully restricted, so no unauthorized installs possible... unless he gets a virus...

Haven't had the chance to clean up his machine yet (but CLAMWIN was 'unistalled...), and I'm running CLAM to scan his machine thru the network and its coming up clean. Of course after uninstall, emails with attachments went out fine...
Once I do the full clean up and re-install, I will report back with the result, should anyone else run into this issue and search the forum archives...

Thanks
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