Outlook 2007 Downgrade from Outlook 2013 – Not Implemented Error

A recent downgrade from a pre-installed Outlook / Office 2013 installation worked fine then for a user. After weeks and weeks of using Outlook 2007, and even when clicking send/receive. Rebuilding the profile did not help, clicked to open an email, the error persisted. After looking through different logs to perhaps determine the even that caused the problem for the user it turned out the cause was recent windows updates. Not certian which updat, the user began getting an error message stating Not Implemented. The error displayed when the user clicked on New Email Message, clicked on a message already i nthe inbox, or even when clicking on send/receive.
removing the profile did not help.

Outlook 2007 – Not Implemented Error

The problem was tracked down to windows updates. The user’s Outlook 2007 downgrade worked fine until a batch of windows updates occured. Removing and re-creating the Outlook profile did not help. The way to fix the problem is not to remove the updates because the it’s prefered to keep the updates and continue updating the desktop. Repaing outlook and re-booting the computer solved the problem.


Mobi Registration Final Notice Domain Renewal Purchase Scam

.mobi Final Notice domain registration scam fax

A customer recently sent a pdf copy of a fax they received from www . mobireg. mobi .   The fax consisted of the right the company had to claim a domain with the .mobi extension and that it was a “Final Notice”.

A copy of the fax/pdf is shown below:


mobi final notice received fax-scam domain expiring or-will-be-taken.png

I called the number in the fax. The it was ansered by a legitamate autoattendant. A live person answered after I tselected one of the option from the phone menu tree. They answered my first question regarding this service and then I was hung-up on on the second legitamate question I was asking regarding the domain.

.mobi registration scam received on fax machine – says “Final Notice”

Not sure if this falls into the pool of some of the worst scams but an unsuspecting person in a small office who has been assigned the task of being the psuedo IT person could be taken by this and register the domain thinking if they don’t they could get themselves into trouble. They’ll pony up the fee to register the .mobi domain name thinking also it’s the right thing to do before someone else gets it.