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Outlook 2007 I have to open it up and shut it down at least 4-5 times before it starts. It continuously freezes, what's causing this? When it catches and is working it's working fine but what a pain to get it to start up.

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Most reported problems of this type have involved the Calendar, and allowing the display of tasks. If your calendar is activated, and tasks permitted to display simultaneously (default operation), this is often the cause.

If this does not apply to your situation, we can investigate further, if you could tell me a little more about your OS and hardware. Thanks for rating FixYa!

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For resolving this problem please follow the following steps:
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By the way, from last night's post, do you use Calendar, does it display tasks simultaneously, and is it in any way involved at the time of opening, or what window is Outlook opening to by default? What features are you using within the program, and do you have the Business Contact Manager installed?

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3. Do you regularly backup the file? (If not, I would suggest doing this, so that if it reaches a state where it can't be recovered, you won't lose your data.)
4. How many e-mail accounts do you have set up, and are they local or going through Exchange Server?
5. Have you checked the Event Viewer to see what is being recorded when the freezes occur?
6. How long has Outlook 2007 been in place, and is this a new issue that just started happening?
7. Are you using any add-in products? Are you syncing at all?

When Outlook "freezes", what exactly occurs? By this, I mean such things as:
1. Do you get any type of error message? If so, what is it?
2. Does the entire system cease to function, mouse lock up, etc., or is it just that Outlook fails to respond?
3. If it is a lack of response, about how long would you say it is before you stop and restart it?
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When you restart Outlook, then:
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