A colleague of mine "Mary" is getting a scripting error in her Inbox whenever she looks at emails from one specific staff member, "Jill". Jill is a genuine sender, the messages that she sends do not get moved into Mary's junk, and the content of the emails is business related (e.g.: not funnies, etc).
Mary is using a Windows 7 Professional (64 bit) box with Office Outlook 2010 (32 bit) installed. Additionally she is using Office 365, so emails are being sent / received from the "cloud". I don't think that the cloud itself is the issue, and Mary can open emails from all other staff members, and customers (literally hundreds of different senders) without issue.
I requested that Jill send the same emails through to me in the hope that I could replicate the issue on my computer - however upon receiving the emails I did not see a scripting error. This is quite puzzling and leads me to believe that the issue is on Mary's computer - however it is conceivable that it is a combination of settings on both Mary's & Jill's computers!!!
At any rate here is a screen shot of the scripting error: Image of Scripting Error
It has been given to me on good authority that the issue is likely one of the Outlook plug-ins, however with literally tens of plug-ins installed I don't want to take "a stab in the dark" and make the situation worse.
If anybody has any suggestions on how to fix this issue they will be greatly appreciated.