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Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator crjdriver Moderator flavallee Trusted Advisor Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Security & Malware Removal > Virus & Other Malware Removal > Home Forums Forums In the case of the large 600px width image in question, image scaling is handled by the MS Office XML code. It's strange, because I have one main mailbox, where new mails arrive every hour; other minor mailboxes receive mails from time to time. Maybe also related, in my case with Exchange 2003 - but that's out of my scope as I'm not the messaging admin.

No, create an account now. IOT reaches new climax [Security] by Snowy303. I'm generally happy with most of Office 2007 (after taking months to figure out where everything is again). Emily March 19, 2008 at 7:06 am Hi, When I am running XP with Office Enterprise 2007 and lately when I open Outlook it hangs and won't open, I have to

Register now while it's still free! Worked a treat… dont you just love IT!!! I tried removing contacts (one of the posts near the top); didn't help. However, one of the recent automatic updates was upgrading XP SP2 to XP SP3, so I wonder if it's related to that.

What Browser are you primarily using ? [Microsoft] by Jackarino269. Joey April 7, 2008 at 5:04 pm I think Microsoft had a decent run up to Windows XP. Sounds like someone just pull something out of their rear. If you make a post using Mail and a box pops up on your screen asking you to login to Microsoft Communities, my advice is 'Just Say No!' You can also

Click Here to join Tek-Tips and talk with other members! Dirk's tip has lowered my blood pressure significantly. john November 21, 2008 at 10:58 am I have an office of over 50 PC's creaking to a halt becuase of outlook. For the code snippet, I wanted to confirm that what you did was for the table the image is in you did not enter a width - is that correct?

Since I haven't tried a reinstall of Office, that might be an issue. It is interesting to note that the first three times I sent the post, I was required to login to Microsoft Communities. Desktop scaling is applied to relative units like "pt". Then on March 27th sometime between 3:00 and 4:00 EST the unthinkable started happening.

I am on exchange server and my local folder file is 2.6 Gig - sync with my exchange server. Older versions of Outlook pre 2007, I have not looked into that much as they don't use the Word rendering engine. Join our site today to ask your question. I'm afraid I did not read through or understand ALL of the long string of posts.

Discussion in 'Windows XP General' started by drifter, Nov 21, 2003. You should be able to switch your mail account SMTP setting to your new ComCast SMTP server and make it all work. « Japanese Language Mode? | Can't shake error As the Outlook ones worked like a charm!!! Thousands Vanished, Yet Still There!

The main PC did have PC Tools Internet Security but this has currently been removed. Waiter! Cancel Red Flag SubmittedThank you for helping keep Tek-Tips Forums free from inappropriate posts.The Tek-Tips staff will check this out and take appropriate action. These messages will still exist in Exchange, but not in the local store.

In separate profiles - it is fast. LG 32LA620V Freezing. I have tried everything, I have compacted my .pst file, I have created a new .pst file, I have repaired Office and I am still having no luck.

Reply to James White q 1 Ralph DelMonico replied 2015-01-07 19:10:10: Edit | Delete Are you saying that using the following code won't work?

It is far superior and it is free. It was basically to demonstrate a table layout that would expand with enlarged images rather than how your original template made the image break out. I never thought I would ever even contemplate lotus notes (just thinking about it makes me cringe) but something has to be done becuase it is probably costing the equivelant of Pesky Dell Media Direct.

Chris Street December 29, 2008 at 9:27 pm further to my 64) posting in July 2007. Here's what Microsoft says is the reason: To accommodate new features, Outlook 2007 introduced a new data structure for .pst and .ost files. I had three thousand in my Inbox, plus 2500 in 'Deleted'. LOL Not had other similar issues to the rest of you guys, will post if i do.

These findings are preliminary and have yet to be field tested, so please post your feedback and I will update accordingly. Searching the whole hard drive for .dbx files (as some sites advise to recover lost e-mails), you only see the same folders and contents you do in OE (plus very small Agreed that Litmus can sometimes be in error with renderings especially with Outlook across different hardware. Maybe, I'm guessing, some component of my outlook data created the ‘reading pane' problem?

In essence, you have to reduce the size of the local store. Both PC's run XP Pro, the main with SP3 and the spare with SP2. Fortunately I have many virtual machines to do my dirty work. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?

Sort 75 comments by: Highest Voted Oldest First Most Recent a 2 JK James Kupczak replied 2016-12-01 20:19:45: Edit | Delete This is great! Problem though is that I have 3rd party apps (not add-ins), for example, to sync Outlook on a USB key and now they don't work anymore, all crashing when using mspst.dll You'll be able to ask any tech support questions, or chat with the community and help others. Although I'm on a dell, I don't have mediadirect, so I can't uninstall it. (Drat!) And I'm not on Vista, so the TCP doesn't help me.

The article doesn't say it, but there are significant problems with switching off cached mode. Sometime it freeze over a minute. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?

Nothing seemed to work. I also checked Outlook performance without XP Desktop Search, no effect to the better. Not sure there is much that can be done for this. This problem was not evident on my spare PC with Outlook Express.

Thanks again! Know what?