Originally Posted by Natrone
Question though. Jibi, are you saying that in the 4.0 environment you need the cdo.dll in two places? I'm pretty sure you are wrong here. It does not need to be in the system32 directory. Check the manual.
See BBTechGuy's statement. You are 100% correct that it states in the manuals that it doesn't need to be in both places, but RIM doesn't seem to want to correct the installer warning it gives during install. I also have had issues with installing ESM onto another partition/drive, although I'm not quite sure why they want to 'require' the default installation path. RIM suggested installing it in the default location to ensure there are no functional issues.