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Outlook 2002 inbox problem


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jediknight

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Hi,
I have a 12MB bounced email in my inbox and after that, I could not access my POP3 server. It also hangs the outlook when I try to access that email for delete.
As it is the last one received, every time I access the inbox, it hangs.
I think that I should delete this message but I don't know if there is any way to do it from "outside" the inbox.
Heeeelp
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OK. I figured out myself and I'm posting this in case spmebody needs the info:
As I could right+click on the inbox folder, I performed a search making sure that the message I wanted to delete would appear as a result of the search.
in the results window, I just had to right+click on the message and delete. It deleted OK and desappeared from the inbox (of course). After that. I could continue without any problem.
Hope it helps :tazz:
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