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Outlook 2000 It hangs when being closed or does not close at all Please help me with the solution

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Scanpst.exe work in minor corruption issue so try it and unable to resolve the issue then use PST repair software to repair Outlook PST data. Visit http://www.outlook.scanpstfile.org

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If Outlook 2000 is hanging at the "Please wait while outlook closes" screen, it can be fixed by obtaining a hotfix from microsoft. In order to apply the fix, you must first have Office 2000 Service Release 1a (SR-1a) from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=af6c8d03-7633-45b4-ab96-795ee656f2a2&displaylang=en Next you need Office 2000 Update: Service Pack 3 (SP3) from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=5C011C70-47D0-4306-9FA4-8E92D36332FE&displaylang=en Now, the actual hotfix for the problem cannot be obtained from Microsoft without placing a phone call to their support line, but there are websites hosting the file to save you the trouble such as this one. http://www.adminnotes.com/hotfix/2004/04/office2000kb834005.zip Exctract the files to a folder and then run them and Outlook should no longer get stuck exiting.

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Step 2: If you do anything in outlook, is sometimes ask confirmation dialog box. if you forget to close this, the outlook will not allow you to do anything.

Step 3: Update the outlook latest software.

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If we want to force to sign out from email server without closing the outlook, there is a way. What we do is to tell Outlook to go Off-line.
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click on start
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