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I found this info on some other sites. The problem is with Norton Anti Virus (not Norton Internet Security). If you disable the MS Office plugin option it fixes the problem.
Here's a link that shows how to do it. http://pubs.logicalexpressions.com/Pub0009/LPMArticle.asp?ID=109
If the above didn't help or not applicable, user profile could be corrupted in some way. To fix it, try logging as the local admin or another user with admin level rights. Then hide the profile in question located in 'C:\Documents and Settings\' by renaming it. I usually add "OLD_" before the original profile name to make it recognizable while renaming it differently. Afterwards, have that user login again which would re-create the user profile. After the profile was re-created files and settings could be transferred.
Windows XP, by default, shows the thumbnails view of certain folders, whether you want it to or not it may still revert back to the clumsy Thumbnails view.<br /><br />It does this for any folder in which it finds the THUMBS.DB file if like me you don't like to have this hidden little file.<br /><br />To stop this being created for all folders use this registry tweak<br /><br /><a href="http://cid-b9ec6690da6fa3eb.office.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/TWEAKS/Disable.Thumbnails.reg">http://cid-b9ec6690da6fa3eb.office.live.com/self.aspx/.Public/TWEAKS/Disable.Thumbnails.reg</a><br /><br />Then do a full file search and delete all the THUMBS.DB files as this will only stop new ones being created. OK<br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br />
I found the same problem with Outlook on my system.
For resolving this problem please follow the following steps:
Go to Control Panel > Go to Classical Option >Open the mail folder> Click On Show Profile >Slecet All the available Profiles in the profile Box & Remove them.
Then Select the Always use this profile Radio Button.
This will remove all the bad profile which were causing the problem from outlook.
Next time you will launch outlook it will creat a new profile & will syncronise all the old data for you.
Hope this will help you in Resolving the Outlook issue.
It looks like animations are blocked globally in Outlook 2007, but to get around it and seen the animations you can open the message, then on the Message tab, select Other Actions in the Actions group and select View in Browser. This may pop up a warning message that dangerous content may not be blocked due to a difference in security setting for your Internet Options and Outlook 2007. If you trust the sender, it should be okay. Outlook will create a temporary HTML file for your default browser to open and the animations should work inside of this environment.
These all issues are interrelated. As the outlook hangs it creats problems for the emails which are in the out box & will not allow you to move mails to any other sub folders.
To avoid this problem please follow the below mentioned steps:
1. Open the control panel of your system.
2. Go to the classical View & select the Mails option.
3. Go to the Show Profiles Option.
4. Delete all the profiles from the show profile box.
5. Select the option " Always use this profile".
Relaunch your Outlook, it will creat a new outlook profile for you.
Your Outlook will take some time to retrieve all your old mails from the Exchnage server.
This should help you in Resolving your issue.