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Outlook hangs

Outlook in the server hangs frequently; some symptoms include:

a. An add-On from Sperry Software to isolate the Attachment is also installed; however it has stopped functioning due to inactive outlook

Server is : windows 2003 Enterprise Edition
MS OFFICE Outlook 2003
P-IV 2.3 Ghz; 2 GB RAM

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Randy Howard

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Do you have an Exchange server running on the same server or are you popping an ISP for mail? Are you logon locally or is the from Termainal services? Also do you have the whole MS Office 2003 suite installed or just Outlook 2003?

Posted on Nov 28, 2007

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