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Clicking 'OK' just acknowledges the message.
I hope you have some kind of antivirus protection because those might be messages you really don't want to open at all.
If they are duplicates, they might be dangerous.
If you have another email address, try to send one of them and open it there.
Also, check your memory (RAM) availability by pressing 'Ctrl, Alt, Del' at the same time to bring up the Task Manager, open the 'Performance' tab and see if you are really that low on RAM.
Posted on May 06, 2008
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