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Outlook 2003 and SQL

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I have Outlook 2003 on my computer and everything was going just great until our power got zapped yesterday early morning. We were having all kinds of crazy weird inter and intranet problems at work and my email won't work! At first I thought -- virus, so I ran a virus scan, but there isn't one. I then thought maybe the zap did something weird to the program, so I did the "Detect and Repair."

I've run detect and repair at least twice to no avail. I've double checked my mail settings and they are correct. I think it has something to do with the SQL server and I have absolutely no freaking clue what that is or does or anything. I just know that it's not connected.

Anybody have the slightest clue?
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When you say not connected are you talking about on a Exchange server or on your local machine?

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