Solved: MS Outlook 2007 EM in sent folder not sent

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beachromo

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I have been having a very hard-to-figure-out problem with Outlook 2007. I have 2 profiles and one is day to day on whether or not it sends. It always shows my sent em in the sent folder but recipients claim they are not getting it. When I test send to my Hotmail account or my wife's business account they are not going out even though they are in my sent folder. When I go to my web mail and try the send, they go through. I have tried removing and recreating the profile and things work fine for awhile but eventually I have the same problem. Very disconcerting since I never know whether or not to trust that the emails are actually getting through. Any ideas?

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beachromo

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Finally figured it out! My em signature was the problem. It consisted of text for my contact info, my personal picture and lastly a badge representing a hyperlink to my monthly newsletter. The badge was causing the problem. Not sure why because I have used it for over 2 years now but as soon as I removed it from my signature sending returned to normal. Thanks for your help...very strange!
 
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