OL2000: Access Violation Occurs When a Delegate Updates a Meeting Without Access to a Contacts Folder

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SYMPTOMS

An access violation may occur when a delegate that does not have access to the meeting originator's Contacts folder updates a meeting and sends it to a personal distribution list.

CAUSE

This problem can occur because Outlook 2000 does not handle the security rejection on the personal distribution list correctly.

RESOLUTION

To resolve this problem, obtain the latest service pack for Microsoft Office 2000. For additional information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
276367 OFF2000: How to Obtain the Latest Office 2000 Service Pack
The English-language version of this fix should have the following file attributes or later:
   Date                 Version      Size    File name     
   -------------------------------------------------------------
   14-Jun-00	     1.0.3.27	  41,472  Bjablr32.dll
   14-Jun-00	     3.2.0.27	  61,952  Bjlog32.dll
   08-Jan-01	     1.0.3.28	  98,304  Bjsrch32.dll
   19-Jun-00	     5.5.2652.65   716,560  Cdo.dll
   19-Jun-00	     5.5.2652.65   808,720  Cdo.dll_0004
   16-Nov-00	     9.0.0.4715	 122,931  Contab32.dll_0002
   14-Jun-00	     1.0.3.27	 183,808  Emablt32.dll
   31-Aug-00	     5.5.3142.0	 154,112  Emsabp32.dll_0005
   16-Nov-00	     5.5.3150.0	 594,192  Emsmdb32.dll_0005
   24-Aug-00	     5.5.3141.0	 131,344  Emsui32.dll_0005
   02-Jun-00	     9.0.0.4201	  86,067  Envelope.dll
   10-May-01	     5.5.3156.0	 540,944  Exsec32.dll_0005
   05-April-00	     9.0.0.4005	 192,561  Mimedir.dll
   21-May-01	     5.5.3157.0	 792,576  Msmapi32.dll_0001
   21-May-01	     5.5.3157.0	 623,104  Msmapi32.dll_0002
   08-July-00	     5.5.3138.0	 602,384  Mspst32.dll_0004
   08-July-00	     5.5.3138.0	 528,656  Mspst32.dll_0005
   01-Jan-00	     9.0.0.3731	 196,661  Oladd.fae
   23-May-00	     -	          150,690  Olexchng.aw
   30-May-00	     -	           26,643  Olsec9.chm
   23-Feb-00	     -	          170,617  Olxchng9.chm
   08-Feb-01	     5.5.3153.0	 454,144  Omi9.dll_0001
   08-Feb-01	     5.5.3153.0	 548,352  Omint.dll_0001
   21-Nov-00	     -	          129,024  Out2ksec.mst
   01-Feb-01	     8.30.3152.0   782,608  Outex.dll
   24-May-00	     -	          554,068  Outlhlp.aw_0001
   07-April-01	     9.0.0.5205  5,328,946  Outllib.dll
   07-April-01	     9.0.0.5205  1,675,315  Outllibr.dll
   19-April-01	     9.0.5218.0	 368,691  Pstprx32.dll_0002
   07-July-00	     9.0.0.4307	  73,772  Rm.dll
   02-Jun-00	     9.0.0.4201	  65,586  Sendto9.dll
				

WORKAROUND

To work around this problem, give the delegate authorization to the meeting originator's Contacts folder.

STATUS

Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed at the beginning of this article.
This problem was first corrected in Microsoft Office 2000 Service Pack 3 (SP-3).

Properties

Article ID: 293453 - Last Review: October 23, 2013 - Revision: 3.2
APPLIES TO
  • Microsoft Outlook 2000 Standard Edition
Keywords: 
kbnosurvey kbarchive kbhotfixserver kbqfe kboffice2000sp3fix kbbug kbfix kboffice2000presp3fix KB293453

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