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Please make sure that you follow these steps carefully.For added protection, back up the registry before you modify it.
When accessing Calendar, Contacts, or Tasks, you get the following error: The set of folders cannot be opened.If you implemented the workaround to disable Windows Desktop Search Service, you can now set the Prevent Indexing Outlook registry key to DWORD: 0 to go back to using Windows Search.Until you can install the Windows Update fix release, you can set a registry key that will cause Outlook to stop using the local Windows Search service.To edit this object, install Outlook or ensure that any dialog boxes in Outlook are closed".You may also see: “This item contains attachments that are potentially unsafe.And you'll see this Event Log warning: STATUS: FIXED Windows has released fixes via Windows Updates to address a reliability issue in Windows Search.
Below are the relevant KB updates for each version: Note: The fix for this issue has been released on June 27, 2017.
You may not be able to view these attachments after you close them”.
Status: Fixed Install the updates below to fix the issue for Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010: Update for Outlook 2007: July 27, 2017 Update for Outlook 2010: July 27, 2017 Workaround ISSUE Last updated: July 27, 2017 This issue affects Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013, and Outlook 2016.
If you use any of the workarounds to open the files, please make sure they are safe to open.
See: Information for administrators about e-mail security settings in Outlook 2007.
When you open an attachment in an email, contact, or task formatted as Rich Text you get the following error: "The program used to create this object is Outlook.