"The selected snap-in did not initialize properly" is reported when attempting to access the "MailEnable Management" branch after loading the MailEnable Administration program.
"The snap-in below, failed to save." when trying to exit or save the MailEnable Administration program settings.
The installation of some applications moves the registered locatation of specific files to a new location as a means of forcing the installer to check the installation location for new copies of the file. Microsoft Office is an example of such an application (there are others). This can cause problems with the Microsoft Management Console (MMC), because it will use this stored path (particularly when the MMC is started or when attempting to close the MMC).
The following suggestions should resolve the issue:
A potential solution to the problem is to ensure that the file MSVBVM60.DLL is located in the SYSTEM32 directory. If it is not, replace the file and use the regsvr32 application to register the DLL.
1. Close all applications including the MMC
2. Open a command prompt and navigate to your Winnt\System32 directory3.
This should resolve the issue. It is most likely that some application, installed after MailEnable, has changed this registry key. From what we have determined, it may be Microsoft Office doing this in order to require the CD to be inserted. Validate the PATH Environment VariableFrom the Windows Command Prompt, display the Windows PATH environment variable.
This can be done as follows:
echo %path% or type:
at the command prompt.
Check the path for any anomalies or missing directories and ensure that the following directories (or their equivalents) are included in the PATH.
Information on managing the PATH variable follow:
1. Open the Computer Management applet at
Start|Programs|Administrative Tools|Computer Management
2. Right Click on Computer Management (Local) and select Properties.
3. Select the Advanced tab. Click on the Environment Variables button.
4. In the System Variables list, scroll down to find the "Path" environment variable, then highlight it
and select Edit.
5. The Path environment variable should contain a semi-colon delimited list of directory names.
6. Ensure that that the short path (8.3) equivalent of C:\Program Files\Mail Enable\Bin (depending on the installation path) appears in this list.
7. Accept all changes and close the Computer Management applet.
'Internet Explorer Script Error' when running the MailEnable Administration Program: Article ME020205
The Administration Program Application will not run: Article ME020009
Re-registering the MailEnable Administration Program components: Article ME020060
Using the MailEnable MEInstaller.exe utility: Article ME020314
|Product:||MailEnable (All Versions)|
|Class:||ERR: Product Error|
|Revised:||Wednesday, May 4, 2016|