I just installed Mozilla 1.1 and the browser seems to work OK, but when I try to start mail (via windows/mail selection OR via the -mail switch) I get the following error message in a dialog box - ??InsProxyObjectCallInfo@@UAE@XZ could not be located in dynamic link library xpcom.dll". If I dismiss the dialog box, it pops up again with the same message. After dismissing it a 2nd time the email screen comes up and prompts me for my password. Possibly useful info - This is on a Win2k system with the latest service pack installed. When I installed Mozilla 1.1 I checked the "custom" install but didn't change the defaults shown. After noticing the problem, I went back and reinstalled, this time choosing the "typical" option. No error messages on either install, but the problem persists. I was installing on top of an existing Mozilla 1.0 installation.
On further exploration, this appears to be an enigmail-related bug. When I tried to open a new message using moz 1.1 I received yet another series of dialog boxes about missing entry points, then a dialog box telling me I could resolve the problem by uninstalling enigmail. Indeed, after I uninstalled enigmail the dialog boxes no longer appear. The mozilla 1.0 installation I was using before installing mozilla 1.1 had enigmail turned on.
>Indeed, after I uninstalled enigmail the dialog boxes no longer appear -> invalid (enigmail bug)
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
*** Bug 165512 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
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