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Generally, such an automated delete is not necessary AS LONG AS you make sure all the Outlook programs are closed during any upgrades.. The "Scanemal.dll" issue occurs because Outlook is open during the upgrade.. In our case, we did the upgrade after hours with all computers left on but Outlook turned off.
Unfortunately, if the script posted by the previous member works, it's hard to tell. Clicking on the link doesn't work for me..
Instead, we did it manually like this: First, close MS Outlook.. Next, do a search on the computer for the "extend.dat" file, then rename it to anything else.. Restart the computer and restart Outlook.. It should work correctly now. A new "extend.dat" file will be created.
Hope this helps.