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Enterprise Vault toolbar buttons not working for Outlook 2007 add-on

Hello all-

I am an enduser support technician for large company and I have an issue with one of my users with an EV issue that has me stumped. 

Two of the toolbar buttons are not functioning as expected - the "Search Archives" button and the "Archives Explorer" button.

When he clicks on the "Search Archives" button, nothing happens at all.

When he clicks on "Archives Explorer" button, it just collapses the Inbox folders viewing pane.

I've tried uninstalling and reinstalling the add-on several times with no luck. I've also had him try via webmail and everything works as expected that way. But this add-on isn't working. I've also checked disabled items and it is not listed there.

Anything I'm missing? I don't really have much experience with troubleshooting these types of issues. Any and all insight is greatly appreciated.

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Hey thanks for the responses all! Turns out, the user had a corrupt profile. I had to delete his user profile on his laptop and have him log back on to create a new profile. This resolved the issue.

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Let us know the following

Let us know the following detail 

1. EV Server Version :

2. Outlook Version on Client machine :

3. EV addin installed on client machine version :

4. IE Version :

Are able to open the search and archive explorer web by typing the weburl in your browser ?

You need to have the Ev server Url added to the trusted sites\intranet sites

Look solution 1 in the following document.

http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH56220

 

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In addition to the above

In addition to the above requested, a client trace would help as well.

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH38096

 

Thanks!

- Chris

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issue resolved

Hey thanks for the responses all! Turns out, the user had a corrupt profile. I had to delete his user profile on his laptop and have him log back on to create a new profile. This resolved the issue.

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