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Outlook 2000 Freezing/Not Responding

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Alright...for the last two days, when shutting down my Outlook, I have gotten a message stating the 'macros for this program have been disabled'...blah blah. I ignored it, because everything was functioning properly otherwise.

Now, when I open my Outlook, it not only stays on 0% for send and receive, it also freezes up and goes into 'not responding' when I try to open old mail or send new mail.

This email is vital to my business.

Heard of anyhting like this?

Definitely need help. Tried reinstalling Outlook, that freezes up, too.

HELP! Needless to say, you will have to send your response to a different email address - [email protected] Thanks in advance.

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