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Not sure if my last submission got posted.

My Outlook (I have Office XP 2000) opens just fine, but then stays at 0% for send/receive, I can't open old email or send new email. IF I try, it freezes up, goes into 'Not Responding' status and I have to shut it down.

A couple of days ago, every time I shut down Outlook (it was working normally at this point), I would get a message that the 'macros for this program are disabled'.

I ignored it, since everything else was working properly.

Any clues? This email is vital to my business. If it doesn't function, my business doesn't run.

I tried reinstalling Outlook, but that didn't work, either.

What to do?

Please send responses to an alternate address - [email protected]


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