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Outlook Problems 2000 and 2003

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I have Outlook 2003 on my notebook computer which I use when I'm traveling for work. I have Outlook 2000 on my desktop at my home office. When I tried to re-log on to Outlook 2000 on my desktop after my last trip, I encountered a problem sending and receiving incoming messages.

I can send and receive from my notebook but my desktop Outlook gets hung up trying to send and receive. The send and receive progress indicates its at 0% after a very long time.

I sent a test message from the desktop and I did not receive it on my desktop. However, I was able to see the test message when I re-looged on to Outlook on my notebook.

Any suggestions???
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