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mike14

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Not sure if this is the right place for this, but I need some info on MS Office outlook.

I have tried to send an email out that was rather large (81mb), now it is stuck in my outbox and has stalled my outlook. I have tried to delete it, but it says it's transmitting. How can I get this deleted so my outlook will function.

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Mike
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peterm

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Hi Mike14
1st way - sounds dumb but it does work. close outlook then restart. as quick as you can(you have to be quick) go straight to the outbox and highlight the message then delete it. you have to do this before your outlook hooks to your
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Edited by peterm, 13 October 2006 - 06:30 PM.

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mike14

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Thanks, You're first suggestion worked like a charm.

Mike :whistling:
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BTW .dbx files are used in Outlook Express, not regular Outlook.
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yeah I know I did not read fully :blink: - Thats what happens at 1.30am :whistling:
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yeah I know I did not read fully :help: - Thats what happens at 1.30am :blink:

:whistling: Didn't want Mike to go crazy looking for a file that didn't exist, but he got it before I could respond.
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