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mmblvanna

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Hi, i'm trying to fix a problem that occures in outlook express, cause some idiot in the family(techno retard), thought it would be funny to send email to a relative that was jam-packed with picuters of the soccer game we went to with out compressing them into a zip file, we tried to leave it to see it through the night and all it had done was 2%, so they tried to delete it and outlook express just freeze's up. So i gave it a try and the same thing.
What do i do? Any help would be great?
Thankz in advanced.

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austin_o

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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go. See if you can get the program launched without locking it up. Go to Tools, options, general tab. Un-check send and receive messages at startup. Close the program. Then re-launch it and see if you can delete that huge message.
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mmblvanna

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austin_o

thank you for your reply, i did it and know it fixed, it took a while to delete cause it was so big. Thankz for your time, this geeks to go rules, it's helped me with this problem and to fix 2 other computers that had spyware and virus, you guys are TOP'S.

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Glad you got it fixed! I suggest leaving send/receive on startup unchecked.
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