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Outlook 2003 Mail

Program keeps informing me that it is sending 1-5 emails when there is nothing in the outbox. Called Comcast, they said it was Outlooks problem. HELP!!

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Please notedown the email ID where the mail is being sent, there might be Trojan (a type of malicias SW) Installed in your PC, that keeps on sending information of your PC.

First of all take backup of your mails (all .pst and .ost files)
delete your profile from outlook. and create your new profile,
if probem persist, uninstall MS Office, rebbot system, clean registery (using cCleaner ot system mechanics) and reinstall Office.

Hipe it will help you, otherwise contact back

Zulfikar Ali
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Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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