What version of the VMO form are you working with (assuming as Dave points out this is a VMO question)? Speed control was added back in fairly recently so in older versions of the form it's grayed out... did you install the latest form off the 3.1(3) CD? If you had a VMO form on there from an earlier release of Unity this could very well be your problem.
If it's the latest and greatest the only other thing that comes to mind is for whatever reason the DLL we use for the speed up/slow down stuff is not properly registered on the client. Search for a file name AVTSM.DLL (TSM means Time Scale Modification) on your client box... if it's there, make sure it's registered (run "regsvr32 avtsm.dll").
Of course I was refering to VMO (my mistake). If I click on about ViewMail in ViewMail for Outlook, the it is stating 3.1(3), So I think I am using the right version. If I am clicking on the about this Form, I get version 3.0.1. Which is perhaps a bit odd, because I only have and installed Unity CD1 3.1.3 and installed viewmail form the CD1.
Nevertheles, I tried to find AVTSM.DLL and the only one I was able to locate was AVTSMSL.DLL. I assume it is the one you are refering to. I tried to regsvr32 the thing and it gave me the following error:
"avtsmsl.dll was loaded but the DLLRegsiterServer entry point was not found
DLLRegisterServer may not be exported, or a corrupt version of avtsmsl.dll may be in memory. Consider using Pview to detect it and remove it"
Reading the above, looks like the avtsmsl.dll was not registered, however I am not able toregister it. I used pview and it is not located in memory. I tried different users to register including Administrator, but the error stays.
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