Another OE query

  GBL 22:50 24 Dec 2007
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I use Win XP Pro.Ever since I upgraded to Office 2007 I keep getting the following message;- Outlook Express could not be started. The application was unable to open the Outlook Express message store. your computer may be out of memory or your disk is full. Contact Microsoft Support for further assistance, (0x80004005 183)
I have not rang them, OE is open and running, the message is a nuisance as it will not go away until I shut down OE.

  MCE2K5 00:55 25 Dec 2007

click here
Scroll down to post dated 02 Jan 2007, 11:18 PM UTC , there is a Microsoft Link, But I would read all posts first to see if there is a cure.

  rawprawn 08:45 25 Dec 2007

Office 2007 uses Outlook, and it will have made Outlook default client. Why do you want OE?

  GBL 10:01 26 Dec 2007

Sorry but i didn't switch on yesterday, I have always used OE and never Outlook.
Can I uninstall Indexing?? as it appears that it is the cause. I don't use it.

  rawprawn 11:44 26 Dec 2007

To disable the indexing service:

In the "Start" menu, choose "Run."
Type "services.msc" and press Enter.
Scroll-down to "Indexing Service" and double-click it.
If the service status is "Running", then stop it by pressing the "Stop" button.
To make sure this service doesn't run again, under "Startup Type:", choose "Disabled."

  GBL 12:40 26 Dec 2007

Thanks have done that now to see what happens, hopefully thats done the trick.

Thanks and have a good New Year.

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