I finally got around to installing Outlook 2007 on my computer last week and remembered why I avoided such an upgrade for such a long period. Once installed, I got a pesky error message saying something about a Borland database being missing. The error came from Corel WP suite, but there was no fix for it on Corel's site or Microsoft's site. I did find much mention of it online, but none of the solutions offered worked, and I did not have time to experiment anyway. My usual repair guy was not available for 3 days, so I ran a search for online repair via remote control. There I ran across a site www.onlinecomputerrepair.org, which gave me an immediate chat with an English speaking tech, and an opportunity to pay $89.95 to get my machine fixed. I did it, and he immediately took control of my computer and started working on the problem. This was around 2 pm. By 8 pm, I had to leave the office, but the tech was still working on the computer remotely. When I arrived the next morning, everything worked fine. I inquired further into the business model the next day and discovered that it was actually operated by an entrepreneur that has a service called gotomypctech.com. He has an affiliate marketing system that pays commission to those that market the service for him, and there are apparently several in addition to the first one that I found on Bing. I thought the service was great, and learned that he has a subscription service for $130 per pc for PC's of 3 or more on the same account. I have subscribed all of the PC's in my office for this year and am hopeful that it will cut down on the periodic down time we have due to occasional PC problems, not to mention the drags on my time every time the staff experiences a computer error. So far I am impressed with the service and the results.