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Windows 2000 and Microsoft Outlook


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MEwertz

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Help! I am running Windows 2000 with Outlook 2000. About 2 weeks ago my e-mail got REALLY slow when I went to send a message. I went on vacation - then went onsite and never directly accessed my e-mail from my laptop but from the web instead. On Monday, I logged in and now, when I try to double click on a message to open it - Outlook locks up. When I try to open my calendar, same thing, it just hangs there. I can't create a new appointment whether i'm in the calendar or not. I can reply and send messages, but I just can't click to open them up. I have to read all my messages in preview mode. I've run MULTIPLE spyware search and destroys. I have NO error messages when I try to open an e-mail or open Outlook at all. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Outlook several times as well.

Any ideas?? I talked with our internal hardware support staff and they think the next step is to reload the operating system which I want to avoid at all costs.

Please help!
Thanks, in advance!!
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fishergomz

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I am having the same problem. Did you find a solution?

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Never mind. I fixed my problem by re-installing Outlook.

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peterm

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do not reload the op system I would be surpised if it was that
Is this Microsoft Outlook NOT Express?
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I didn't reload the OP system. I reinstalled Outlook 2000.

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