address.dll Error Fix
What is address.dll?
The module address.dll is the Addressing DLL Dynamic Link Library of Microsoft Exchange Server software developed by Microsoft Corporation.
Microsoft Exchange Server is an electronic mail messaging application that is part of Microsoft Corporation’s server product line. This electronic mail messaging tool is used by businesses for infrastructure solutions offered by Microsoft Corporation. One of Microsoft Exchange Server’s features is its capability to recover server failures that enable administrators to take the server online faster. The server is allowed to send mail or to receive mail while the accumulated messages are being retrieved from backup.
The module address.dll enables Microsoft Exchange Server to figure out which Dynamic Link Library file to call for address conversion that is necessary when a message is initiated from Microsoft Exchange user to a remote mail system user. This module maps electronic mail address from one format to another in order to link the two formats.
The module address.dll is included in Microsoft Corporation’s Windows Operating System Service Pack 2. The address.dll module depends on the following files, escprint.dll, kernel32.dll, user32.dll, and msvcrt.dll.
The module address.dll was designed for x86 architecture. It was developed to run in a graphical user interface subsystem across Windows platforms.
Microsoft Exchange Server requires 133 Mhz or higher processor, 256 megabytes of RAM, CD drive, VGA or a monitor with higher resolution and at least 500 megabytes of hard disk space. This application is compatible with Microsoft Windows 2000 Server, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 R2, Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, and Microsoft Windows Server Datacenter Edition. This electronic mail messaging application is not compatible with 64-bit editions of Windows Server 2003.
Suggested fix if you are experiencing address.dll error messages:
DLL (Dynamic Link Library) files contain computer code and resources that can be used by multiple programs at the same time. This uses less system memory and helps your computer system run more efficiently. DLL files give program developers the ability to reuse code to add features to several programs without the need to write new code for each program.
There are many programs that require DLL files to function properly so when one of them is damaged or missing it will cause program crashes and poor system performance.
To fix these problems the user must replace the damaged file with a valid working version. If a working version cannot be found the user may perform a reinstallation of their operating system.
Address.dll is created by:
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