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outlook 2003 -> can send but not receive

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Well i have a weird problem: for no reason (it happen after a simple computer

restart), i can't receive mail anymore...

When i hit the "send/receive" button, there is no pop-up window nor a working

status in the toolbar. If i have a mail to send it does it just well, but i have

send mail to me and there is nothing to do, i don't get them.

I've tried with another computer on the same connexion and the same outlook

configuration and it works well.
It's like the send/receive button doesn't work anymore...It doesn't work with f9

nor tools/send receive.

I just don't understand, there is no error message or anything, outlook just seems

it does not wanna work...
Any idea how i can fix that? I've tried to uninstall and reinstall but it does the

same thing. I have just installed pfbackup and i don't think it is the problem

because it didn't fix anything when i've uninstalled it.

I'm really stuck and can't see anyway to fix the problem since i don't even have an

error message.

Thanxs for yout help

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Run setup from the office cd again. Choose 'repair' option and reboot when it's done. If no better, run office setup again, this time select 'add or remove office components'. Remove Outlook. Then re-install it the same way.
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thx for your answer but i've already desinstalled outlook 3 times, even created a new pst, and there are no changes :/
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