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under 2016 outlook - Options/Add-ins..-- I see Eset outlook Add-in is under the list of disabled add-ins.   I see ESET OUTLOOK ADD-IN is under list of disabled add-ins.   I Klik Outlook add-in.  Add-ins available comes up.  Eset outlook add-is deselected.   Should it be selected??  Thanx.

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Under Outlook/Options/addins, at bottom L. of window i klik MANAGE

disabled items/go.

i get a box that has --  ADDIN:ESET. Outlook addin (eplgoutlook.dll)

The above is in twice.

A few months ago, i had ( no longer available person) set me up to receive outlook 365 from the company i was associated with. 

My personal license & what i use is Outlook 2106.

thanks for any help. :)

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48 minutes ago, jems said:

i get a box that has --  ADDIN:ESET. Outlook addin (eplgoutlook.dll)

The above is in twice.

What is the status of each add-in; enabled or disabled?

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Try this.

1. Go to the "Manage" section and mouse click on the down arrow.

2. Select "Disabled Items."

3. In the Disabled Items window, select the Eset Outlook add-in. Then click on the "Enable" button.

Close Outlook, wait for 5 seconds, then start it again.

 

Edited by itman
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Thanks itman.  this is what i did (done) -

1. - Outlook/files/options/add-ins.   2. - Hilite Eset addon (was under disables items).   3. - at bottom of page - klik disabled items - THEN klik go.   4. - Klik enable.

And - bobs your uncle.  Thanks for your persistent help!!  Appreciated.

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10 minutes ago, jems said:

And - bobs your uncle.  Thanks for your persistent help!!  Appreciated.

Also, manually verify that the Eset add-on is indeed enabled.

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2 hours ago, jems said:

How do i manually verify...?

In my Outlook 2013 Eset has it's own tab at the top when it's enabled, like in the attached picture.

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Corrected Outlook versoin
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