From: LD5SZRA on 4 May 2010 00:35
> In case one needs more info I am using MS Office Outlook Connector
> ( 12.0.6423.1000 )
You need to download the latest version (version 14) from here:
The link for 64 bit systems is here:
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From: PA Bear [MS MVP] on 4 May 2010 01:42
Can you access the webmail page?
What does this have to do with Windows Update?
> Suddenly, out of the blue, I get this message that says,
> "Microsoft Outlook Connector
> This service is unavailable right now. Please try again later...."
> Then, it trys to do a update anyway and brings up a Repair/Remove panel.
> Even though I proceed, Outlook is still offline to my Hotmail accounts.
> How can Microsoft do this? I paid a lot of money for Office 2003 and then
> they release a MANDATORY Outlook Connector update that is totally buggy.
> Now, the only way that I can access my Hotmail accounts is to do so via
> web. This bites. WHY couldn't Microsoft leave things alone. Everything
> was working until this update.