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problems in my outlook xp

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by dot_com1981, Jan 29, 2007.

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  1. dot_com1981

    dot_com1981 Thread Starter

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    i have germen windows xp, with germen office Xp
    i have a problem in the outlook which about the received emails

    is shows progress of incoming emails & counting them down without downloading them for real
    ever time i had to make back of my emails & contacts & install a new windows

    last time i made another login & used it's outlook to download my emails & it worked.

    but what is going on :: i don't know , do you have an explain for that .. is there any way to solve this problem ..
    thanks for your help ... :)
     
  2. pip22

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    Could be there are too many messages stored in Outlook in your usual Windows user account. When you created a new user account the Outlook folders would have been new and therefore empty, because Windows keeps separate identities and folders for each Windows user account in a different location.

    Maybe exporting then deleting some of your messages to a backup folder will solve the problem?
     
  3. dot_com1981

    dot_com1981 Thread Starter

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    thank you very much for your fast replay,
    yes i guess maybe this is the problem , but can i make a backup of my PST & import it into outlook2007 & have the ability to save more than 2GB ???( i heard that the problem is because that my PST file is up to it's 2GB limit )
     
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