I know this has been brought up numerous times before, but alas I have a new spin on it. We have issues where the Trim Toolbar in Outlook (2003 & 2007) seems to disappear. However for you to reinstate the toolbar the user needs to be a local administrator of their PC. If not you can browse to the Outlook add-in, but no matter how many times you select it, it will not load the add-in back in if you're not a local admin.
Is there a solution to adding the Trim Outlook toolbar back without having to be a local administrator?
Is it in the Outlook disabled items when it disappears?
This is found by going to Help - Disabled Items (or Help - About - Disabled Items in Outlook 2003). You just need to highlight the TRIM add-in, slect Enable then OK until you get back to the Outlook, close and reopen Outlook.
I don't think there's ever been a permanent solution for the toolbar dropping off occassionally however.
Yes the add-in is still there, however the checkbox is unchecked and 9 times out of 10 if you check the check box it doesn't enable the Trim add-in. Sometimes removing the add-in all together and re-adding the .dll back fixes it, but this only works if you are a local administrator of the computer.
The Trim version I am talking about is 6R2 SP4 1240. However I have seen it with SP3 and I'm sure earlier builds as well. I haven't experienced this issue yet with SP5, however there is another issue I want sorted first before I do any further serious testing with SP5.