Soul Dipper was designed to build spirits.
Sadly, tonight, it is a stand-in for Email
– a step aside from soul –
A letter to Microsoft:
My Microsoft Outlook 2007 will not open on Vista.
Your (canned) suggested solution – Scanpst.exe – cannot fix it because it also will not open. The “olmap132.dll” cannot be found. Whatever does that mean?
Please do a wee inventory:
Check out all the links from technicians on your supposed “Microsoft” sites? One, named Omni, assured me of 15 minutes free service, then came on board to fix the problem, assuring me it was a popular problem. Then they clicked on my NOTEPAD to write me an invoice! They assured me the problem is fixable for a mere $139.99.
Check out “olmap132.dll” on the Internet. You’ll see pages of links where honest people try unsuccessfully to help one another through this problem. None are successful.
These are all your customers.
Microsoft. Shame on you!
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation may do all sorts of good works, but charity begins at home.
Put service back into your sales transactions.
Give me back my Email program.
My good works are measly, but I need Email to do them.
I did not derail this program.
Return my Peace. No questions asked!
(Dear readers…I will not know when you have posted. I can cruise through old and new comments to look for you. I hoe to have this remedied quickly and easily. – Amy)