OUTLOOK.EXE is part of Microsoft Outlook and developed by Microsoft Corporation according to the OUTLOOK.EXE version information.

OUTLOOK.EXE's description is "Microsoft Outlook"

OUTLOOK.EXE is digitally signed by Microsoft Corporation.

OUTLOOK.EXE is usually located in the 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\' folder.

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Vendor and version information [?]

The following is the available information on OUTLOOK.EXE:

Product nameMicrosoft Outlook
Company nameMicrosoft Corporation
File descriptionMicrosoft Outlook
Internal nameOutlook
Original filenameOutlook.exe
Legal copyrightCopyright© Microsoft Corporation 1995-2001.  All rights reserved.
Product version10.0.2627
File version10.0.2627

Here's a screenshot of the file properties when displayed by Windows Explorer:

Product nameMicrosoft Outlook
Company nameMicrosoft Corporation
File descriptionMicrosoft Outlook
Internal nameOutlook
Original filenameOutlook.exe
Legal copyrightCopyright© Microsoft Corporation 19..
Product version10.0.2627
File version10.0.2627

Digital signatures [?]

OUTLOOK.EXE has a valid digital signature.

Signer nameMicrosoft Corporation
Certificate issuer nameVeriSign Commercial Software Publishers CA
Certificate serial number75f28ef8a8fbea6d11529714954b655c

Folder name variants

OUTLOOK.EXE may also be located in other folders than C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office10\. The most common variants are listed below:

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Error Messages

These are some of the error messages that can appear related to outlook.exe:

outlook.exe has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

outlook.exe - Application Error. The instruction at "0xXXXXXXXX" referenced memory at "0xXXXXXXXX". The memory could not be "read/written". Click on OK to terminate the program.

Microsoft Outlook has stopped working.

End Program - outlook.exe. This program is not responding.

outlook.exe is not a valid Win32 application.

outlook.exe - Application Error. The application failed to initialize properly (0xXXXXXXXX). Click OK to terminate the application.

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Please share with the other users what you think about this file. What does this file do? Is it legitimate or something that your computer is better without? Do you know how it was installed on your system? Did you install it yourself or did it come bundled with some other software? Is it running smoothly or do you get some error message? Any information that will help to document this file is welcome. Thank you for your contributions.

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This is Outlook 2002. It's safe.

# 6 Dec 2009, 3:55

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