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Solved: Outlook 2003 Send/receive continuously

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by puffdaddy9, Aug 18, 2012.

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  1. puffdaddy9

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    I have a windows 7 PC, running Outlook 2003. Recently noticied that this continously does send/receve for emails. At the bottom right hand part of the scereen, you have the send/receive status, and if I click on the down arrow, and go to deatils says something like 90 tasks of 904 completed successfully, and the the number completed keeps increasing. Antivurus checked and all OK - suspect maybe a recent MS patch has caused this - Anyone seen anything like this?

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    Found that I had a probelm with a keyboard, but all sorted now....:)
     
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