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Microsoft Outlook Terminates after deletion of email items

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  1. jamesharte

    jamesharte Thread Starter

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    Hello,

    This appears to have started since I downloaded and installed MSM Messinger.

    When Using Micxrosoft Outlook the following occurs.
    When I try to delete a message from my in box the programme terminates and immediately restarts itself, returning to the Outlook today screen. Sometimes the message has been deleted and sometimes not. It happens when I try to manually move a message to another folder.

    Any Ideas?
     
  2. liquid_flame

    liquid_flame Banned

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    Try uninstalling msn?
     
  3. jamesharte

    jamesharte Thread Starter

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    I had thought of that but as I want to use MSN I was hoping someone could come up with an alternative solution.

    I will try that later if all else fails.

    But thanks anyway.
     
  4. liquid_flame

    liquid_flame Banned

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    Ok, uninstall outlook, then re-install? or:

    uninstall msn messenger and download AOL messenger or Yahoo Messenger?
     
  5. jamesharte

    jamesharte Thread Starter

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    Thanks Liquid Flame.

    I have uninstalled and reinstalled MSM - Outlook appears to be OK now.

    Thanks again.
     
  6. liquid_flame

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    No problemo man, :D what is your msn adress?
     
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