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Outlook 2000 loads then shuts down

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by JW, Jan 6, 2003.

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  1. JW

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    OS dual boot win98se all office products work,But!! w2k outlook starts to load and then it shuts down after a few seconds.I worked before a couple days ago but now it loads and i sometimes can get the mail loaded in and then it shuts down.It will not stay open.??? Any help would be nice.I tried the repair with the disk but no luck,and also tried to reinstall Office on w2k but still no luck. Thanks All JW PS HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!!!!
     
  2. Anne Troy

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    Have you tried running Detect and Repair under the help menu?

    What happens if you open Outlook and don't do anything. Does it close on its own? If so, sounds like you may have some corrupt email trying to come in or go out. If so, you may want to disconnect your internet or "work offline" and try to delete the offending mail.

    Let us know....
     
  3. JW

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    Yes it does close if i just do nothing,And i did try the solution that you gave me and no luck also. On to the next option.Thanks JW
     
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    IMO or CW install?

    Check under Help-About Outlook.
     
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    I believe it is imo and if i open it and do nothing it shuts down.??? What do you think??? JW
     
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