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Old 25-03-2010
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How to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007?

Hello everyone,
I am having doubt that there are nonessential add-ins installed in my Outlook. I am having Microsoft Office 2007 installed in my system. I have seen that the performance of an Outlook is very slow. Since I am using the Internet, I think that mistakenly, I have installed some unwanted add-ins. So please tell me how to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007? Need some help from your side as soon as possible.!!
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Re: How to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007?

I would like to tell you that by default, the COM add-ins include the 2007 Office system :
  • Outlook Addin Microsoft Access for data collection and publication
  • Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging
  • Microsoft Office Groove Proxy for Outlook add
  • Microsoft Office SharePoint Server Colleague Import (complement)
  • OneNote Notes about Outlook Items
  • Email Indexer Windows Search
  • Wireless from Microsoft Office Outlook
  • Microsoft VBA for Outlook add
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Re: How to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007?

If you have non-essential accessories installed, you may want to remove them from Outlook. To view the installed, follow these steps :
  1. In Outlook, click Trust Center in the Tools menu.
  2. Click Add-ins to display a list of COM add-ins installed.
Hope that you were looking for the same thing.
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Re: How to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007?

You should also know that any other COM add-ins listed in the Trust Center were installed by other software. Outlook can also use the client extensions Microsoft Exchange Server that can cause performance problems. For a list of client extensions currently installed Exchange Server, click Exchange Client Extensions in the Manage list of add-ons section and then click Go. The Ins dialog box displays the list of client extensions currently installed Exchange Server.
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Re: How to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007?

To determine whether the performance problem is due to additions, run Outlook in Safe mode. To do this, press and hold down the CTRL key when you start Outlook. When Outlook starts in Safe mode disables all COM add-ins and extensions Exchange Server client. If the problem goes away when you run Outlook in Safe mode, it is likely that one of the supplements is causing the performance problem. To solve possible problems caused by the COM add-ins or extensions Exchange Server client, disable all unused items regularly. Then restart Outlook. If not resolved the issue, disable the other add-ons one by one. If not resolved the problem, the problem may be due to a supplement.
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Re: How to check any nonessential add-ins installed in Outlook 2007?

To disable COM add-ins, follow these steps :
  1. On the Tools menu, click Trust Center.
  2. Click Add-ins, click COM Add-ins in the Manage list and then click Go.
  3. In the COM Add-Ins dialog box, click to clear the checkboxes for COM add-ins you want to disable.
  4. After disabling the add-ins, click OK and then restart Outlook.
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