Don't need any add-ins at all?

Status
Not open for further replies.

ofw62

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
With

Windows 10 x64 Standalone PC
Outlook 2013
and only connected to Internet (i.e. no other network stuff)

Right now following Add-Ins are listed, but -all- are UNtagged

Acrobat PDFMaker Office COM Addin
Bitdefender Antispam
Microsoft Exchange Add-in
Microsoft SharePoint Server Colleague Import Add-in
Microsoft VBA for Outlook Addin
OneNote Notes about Outlook Items
Outlook Social Connector 2013
Windows Search Email Indexer
X1 Outlook RTI Addin

As I was facing problems with a crashing Outlook 2013 (whilst sending/receiving) and even going thru all the steps suggested everywhere, meaning:
- deleting .srs,
- creating new profiles,
- running scanpst on all .pst files,
- disabling A/V protection
- disabling all Add-Ins
- 'repairing' Office
(Control Panel->Programs->Programs and Features, select Microsoft Office, click on 'Change' -> Repair)

Outlook still crashed, leaving me puzzled what else could be done.

I have uninstalled A/V again 'repaired' and right now, over the last couple of hours, it seems to work, i.e. no crashes. Have installed an alternative A/V product (trial).

Anyway, that aside, all add-ins are currently still disabled.

Question: in my situation (standalone, no network), do I need any of them at all?
Outlook never crashed before, at least not on send/receive and most of the add-ins were tagged.
So there was no reason to look in there before.

OneNote Notes, that one was/is new, I recently gave OneNote a try.
(Because of the issues, I reverted to a Windows image where OneNote was nót yet in use, so I don't have
any OneNote stuff running)

Thanks
=
 

ofw62

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2016 32 bit
Email Account
Office 365 Exchange
Thank you indeed. Yes, they started on May 12. I remember that Windows was updated to 10586.318.
I only had 2 Outlook crashes before, since I freshly installed Windows in November and maybe they even weren't caused by the send/rcve action but by something differently. I spent a day on trying to figure out what might have been the issue, going thru the steps (it could be a combination of things: e.g. disabling AV and add-ins, or deleting the .srs file + repair)

-- (1) --

SnagIt-15052016 072636.png

-- (2)--

SnagIt-15052016 072734.png


-- (3) --

SnagIt-15052016 072836.png

--

There is difference in the eventlog error though.
All the recent crashes are showing: "Faulting module path: unknown"

==
 
Status
Not open for further replies.
Top