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Jonesey

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Hi guys.

Small problem with outlook 2003.

Whenever I close the program, it seems to shut down normally, but after a second or two, I get the stabdard Micrsoft message saying Outlook didn't shut down properly , do you want to send an error report etc.

I've sent it a couple of times not that much good will come of it, but i'd like to know what's causing this and try to prevent it happening in the future.

There is only 1 e-mail profile setup on Outlook (my own), I haven't changed ISP or anything like that - could it simply be a question of reinstalling the software (I do have my original discs)


Many thanks, you wonderful Geeks!!!!
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Vino Rosso

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How about disabling any Add-ins to see if that makes any difference?

Tools > Options > Other tab
Advanced Options button
Add-In Manager button
Untick entries > OK > OK etc.
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Jonesey

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That worked then!!!

All I disabled was "Exchange Extensions property pages" and now it not only closes down without error, also seems a LOT more responsive..

Cheers dude!!!
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No probs. Glad it was an easy one!
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