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Or try this
Method 1 Open the message from the Outbox and close it again. Now select the message and press DELETE
Method 2 Put Outlook in offline mode. To do this go to File-> Work Offline. Now restart Outlook and see if you can delete it (you can try this in combination with method 1). Don't forget to put Outlook back On-line again
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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Most of the time, size limit issues are caused by attachments. 95% or more of the time McAfee Antivirus is the culprit.
Every time you update Adobe Flash, they secretly try to install
McAfee (because they get paid to do so). McAfee imposes a 10MB
total size limit, which is easy to pass with an attachment.
McAfee installs, even if you already have antivirus.
If you are familiar with 'Programs and Features' in
Control Panel, I would uninstall McAfee. Most of the time,
that is enough of a change to allow your email to go through.
Next time you are prompted to update Flash, you have to
click for a Custom Install, and then UNCHECK the box that
tells you adobe is about to install McAfee.
If you are concerned about Cryptolocker / Crypto Wall,
I would install the free version of Avast, and then
upgrade to ther paid version through the program, for $19.
AVG won't stop it, neither will Symantec-Norton.
(others may work, just familiar especially with these three)
As a final summary, I have seen McAfee be the culprit
100's of times for stopping emails. If you need to get
large files to people, the free version of Dropbox,
and most other Cloud storage options, allow you to
email a link to the file instead of having to attach
the file to an email.
Even if you have never used 'The Cloud', it is a lot
easier than you may think it is. Easier than managing
multiple email accounts.
I have five businesses that have all been featured in
the news (for good reasons :-), and one of them manages
over 9,000 windows computers, and about 2,000 Macs.
All the best to you.
Posted on Sep 05, 2014
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