I have the same problem and have not found a solution. It is frustrating.
Hello dloperchiro & craig,
Please let us know the below information ;
What is the version of McAfee Antispam
Also , let us know the version of your Outlook so as to guide you accordingly .
McAfee Ver 11.0
Outlook 2007 ver 12.0
Please follow the below instructions and disable any disabled add in and let us know the status of the error message ;
In Microsoft Outlook – click on Tools – Then click on Trust Center
From here click on Add INS and see if you find any add in named McAfee Antispam – If yes – Uncheck and click on Ok
Do the same with all the three add in manager namely COM Add ins/Exchange Client Extensions/Disabled Items
Close and restart Outlook and let us know the status
Please refer screen shots below ;
Unfortunately I have started having the same problem with the exact same 2 error messages.
Antispam is v12.0 (build 12.0.292) (Total Protection SC v11)
Virtual technician found 2 errors in the registry and fixed those; rerun found no problems.
Outlook 2007 (12.0.6607.1000 SP3 MSO)
Com Add-ins: McAfee AddIn (loaded at startup)
Exchange client extensions: no McAfee items
Disabled items: no McAfee items
Close Microsoft Outlook
Run the McAfee removal tool from here : http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/MCPR.exe & restart the PC
Run the McPreinstall tool from here : http://download.mcafee.com/products/licensed/cust_support_patches/McPreInstall.e xe
Logon to your McAfee account and reinstall the suite & reboot the PC
Open Outlook and let us know if you have the error message with the latest build of Antispam
I don't think any of those items are in the trust center add ins., attached here is a screen-shot of it. ... well, I can't seem to either paste here or insert an attachment, I'm not that savvy on this format of communication.
I WAS ABLE TO ATTACH A SCREEN SHOT USING THE EDIT FUNCTION HERE. (Click to enlarge)
I did as you instructed. Now I get the same two messages, but now only on the first e-mail I try to open but not subsequent ones. Come to think iof it, it may have been doing it that way before.?.
Yes, on my machine it does happen only on the first email and not subsequent ones.
I will have to do the uninstall/reinstall tomorrow morning during FAP time.
I wish there were a way we could do only "the required part" of it and not the jolly whole thing - it is very consuming of usage and time.
Thanks for your help Dinesh, appreciated.