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PowerArchiver Outlook Plug-In 2.03


  • Alpha Testers

    I’ve never used it before but I’ve been unable to get it working or to even show in my outlook 2007.
    what am I doing wrong guys please?

    just upgraded to 2009 pro but never used this plug-in before…can someone please help this silly old fart to configure correctly please.

    thank you.

    see below for my current outlook tabs…no sign of new tab for PA.

    currently using vista home premium
    PA 2009 Pro
    Microsoft Office 2007 Enterprise

    I did by the way make sure outlook was closed before installing plug-in.


  • Alpha Testers

    decided to uninstall and forget it…
    couldn’t find any help anywhere on the internet regarding this problem.


  • Alpha Testers

    I managed to find an older version of the plug-in…version 1.0.5.0 and it installed and showed the tab in Outlook 2007 as it’s supposed to but as you see it’s informing me I need to update.
    I then tried updating with the latest outlook plug-in and it removed the PA tab from outlook.

    can anyone please confirm this? or let me know if there is a fix please?


  • conexware

    what version of windows are you using?

    thanks!


  • Alpha Testers

    as i stated above…vista 32bit home premium.

    sorry i didn’t state 32 bit above.


  • conexware

    Where did you install PAOP? Works fine on 32bit Vista here.

    thanks,


  • Alpha Testers

    it defaulted to powerarchiver plugin folder…
    I assumed it detected it correctly?
    was I wrong in letting it install there?


  • conexware

    @moles42:

    it defaulted to powerarchiver plugin folder…
    I assumed it detected it correctly?
    was I wrong in letting it install there?

    nope, just asking so we can try to reproduce.

    PAOP 2.03 was not changed for PA 2009, it is same release as before…


  • Alpha Testers

    I’ve tried clean installations of PA and the outlook plugin and several reboots but all to no avail I’m afraid…strange how the early version installed correctly.


  • conexware

    @moles42:

    I’ve tried clean installations of PA and the outlook plugin and several reboots but all to no avail I’m afraid…strange how the early version installed correctly.

    it has nothing to do with PA specifically, but with Outlook and PAOP integration. So no need to uninstall PA.

    What other Outlook plugins do you have installed?

    thanks


  • Alpha Testers

    the only other program i have linked with outlook is a backup program specifically designed for outlook by microsoft to backup my ‘pst’ file.

    i took the liberty of removing it though on my second attempt just in case it was conflicting with the plug-in.
    the older version of the plug-in installed ok though with the backup program still installed.

    hope that helps.


  • Alpha Testers

    I’m guessing you couldn’t find any fault with the outlook plug-in then guys?


  • conexware

    we didnt have time yet - it didnt install once for me until i restarted my computer because outlook.exe was left in the memory…

    We will check it out more once we get to it and let you know… thanks


  • Alpha Testers

    sorry spwolf…didn’t mean to sound as if I was chasing you guys…was only curious.

    thank you.


  • conexware

    @moles42:

    sorry spwolf…didn’t mean to sound as if I was chasing you guys…was only curious.

    thank you.

    we will have more time in upcoming week, and i will let you know of course, dont worry.


  • conexware

    p.s. 1.xx should work fine if it works…



  • When I had an issue with the plug-in it was Outlook disabling it.

    Here is the link that helped my problem, don’t know if it will help yours.

    http://www.powerarchiver.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2774&highlight=Plug-in


  • Alpha Testers

    thank you friend for trying to solve for me…
    however I’d already searched the forum and found that post several days ago and my situation wasn’t the same I’m afraid to say.
    I had no disabled programs/plug-ins listed in outlook…but thanks again for your response.



  • Bummer, I was hoping that would help. I know how much I use the plug-in, would almost be lost without it. Sure is handy feature!



  • Thinking outside the box here, I have Outlook 2007 on all three of my computers. Two run Vista, the other XP. On both of my Vista computers I have the User Account Control turned off.

    I don’t know if this could be causing an issue or not. Just grasping at straws hoping to find something that might work for you.

    The other thought I have, could it be an anti-virus program not allowing the PAOP to install correctly?

    You have probably already thought of all this, just trying to toss some ideas out there.


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