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musntgrumble

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I'm running Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.

Whenever i go to send a message Outlook locks up. After this i have to go to Task Manager and kill the task then start it up again which seems to do the trick.

(Seperately)

It also says that it is sending 3 messages when i have nothing in the Outbox.

any help appreciated.


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Neil Jones

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Please talk a bit louder, I don't think we can hear you :) (sarcasm, the bigger you write the louder you're allegedly talking)

Does this apply to all messages you send? Does it say sending three messages on every startup of Outlook?
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If i have a genuine message then it tries to send 4 messages. (if that makes sense). When i've nothing to send if i hit the send/receive it tries to send 3 messages. I think its trying to send from an account that doesnt have access to the internet (i can receive messages but not send them with this account - its not my main account). But i cant find the messages in the Outbox to delete them.
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Did ever get a useful reply to your query?
thanks
Julia
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