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Outlook runs very slow and keeps crashing - Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full Version for PC

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    George Bill May 11, 2010

    How long has this going on, and which versions are you using of outlook and your OS, how much ram are you using

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Do you use Forms or Advanced features at all?

This site has information that will generally solve most issues:
http://labnol.blogspot.com/2007/03/microsoft-outlook-2007-running-slow-fix.html

Try those, and let us know. If you use Form functionality. You may need to clear your form cache. This can be done by deleting certian files.

This site will show you how to clear your cache, as well a saved view information (Your customized view settings) so you can decide what you would like to keep and what has to go:

http://www.slipstick.com/outlook/ol2007/slow.htm

Good Luck

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My Outlook is too slow


There are a few simple steps you can take to keep your Outlook running smoothly. If your Outlook is slow and unstable, it can put a serious drain on your productivity and even elevate the stress level. So take a few moments to get it shape.
1. Keep your PSTs at a reasonable size
With Outlook 2003 and 2007 you can create “new style” PST files which do not have the old 2GB limit. However, for best performance, we still recommend keeping your PST files relatively small and not letting them grow too much above 1GB.

2. Disable Add-ins you are not using
3. Compact your PST files

4. Enable Cached Exchange Mode
If you are using an Exchange-based mail account, enabling Cached Exchange Mode will likely improve Outlook responsiveness.

6. Keep an eye on your Desktop Search Indexers
Using products such as Windows Desktop Search and Google Desktop Search is a great way to be able to quickly find email messages

7. Keep your computer up to date with patches and Service Packs

8. Reset Outlook cache files

9. Disable RSS feeds in Outlook
•Open “Tools->Options->Other->Advanced Options”
•Uncheck “Sync RSS Feeds to the Common Feed List

Hope this Helped
-Keiffertech

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Outlook 2007 Crashes


You did the windows 7 upgrade?

if you do a backup and full instal[reformat] it will work,

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My outlook and programs seem to freeze as soon as they are opened, or they are extremely slow.I have Windows XP and use a lot of Adobe products such as Photoshop and Illustrator as well as InDesign.


Delete all temp files (c:\windows\temp\*.tmp, or on XP C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temp)
Delete temporary internet files (c:\windows\temporary internet files\*.*, or on XP C:\Documents and Settings\username\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files) If you use I.E., click on Tools, Internet Options, Delete Files, select "delete all off-line content", click OK
Click on Start, Programs, Accessories, Systems Tools, Disk Cleanup
turn off programs that start automatically in msconfig,then turn them on one at a time after a reboot. Run you system awhile to test. with some patience you will discover what causes your problem.

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"Expired Macros" (whatever that means) and crashing when I reply to some e mails. Word crashes.


Open Outlook.

  1. On the Tools menu, point to Macro, and then click Security.
  2. Select LOW
  3. Hit ok.
Problem should now be solved.

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PlanPlus Constantly Crashes Outlook


this is third party sotware not microsoft. Have you called Franklin Covey?
have you looked to see if you can uninstall this Franklin Covey Plan Plus 5.0 from the add remove programs?

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PlanPlus Constantly Crashes Outlook


I was having the same problem. I launched outlook in safe mode. start run outlook /safe. After starting outlook went to the help menu and selected the about microsoft outlook. Click the disabled addons button, enable the the planplus plugin. Close outlook and open it normally. this fixed this issue for me.

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Outlook 2007 slow on closing and crashes on open


Your computer might be using caching. Can you tell me how much RAM you have on your computer? If you have 2GB of RAM i would recommend disabling the caching. This slows down the system quiet a bit (since it uses miliseconds instead of nanoseconds). Your computer is as fast as the slowest component.  I would also suggest defragging the drive.

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