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30-Jul-2012, 08:51 AM #1
outlook problem
outlook attachments and links are very slow to open. when i try to open a link or att. outlook gets an orange bar floating across the top of the email msg. and takes 1 to 3 minutes to open. the link to your site took about 2 minutes to open but was ok once it opened. i have tried all of the options mentioned in your forum to no avail.
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30-Jul-2012, 11:22 AM #2
Welcome to TSG lalique, hope you can get some help and help others in the community!

That said, You haven't provided much information and it makes it hard to offer up a solution. What version of outlook? What operating system? What kind of computer are you working on? Are you at work? Do you have support at work? Have you contacted your support? Are you at home? What type of internet connection? Is this a new development? Do you have other processes running on your computer? Do you have a large attachment?

There are many reasons why someone could experience the issue you describe. I experience this occasionally working with Outlook 2010 on a robust enterprise network. Sometimes it just heavy network usage.
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