Error Message - "A fatal error has occurred in Outlook"



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Error Message - "A fatal error has occurred in Outlook"

Postby Fletch » Fri, 22 Aug 2003 12:38:36 GMT

I have been using Outlook 2002 with no problems for over 
1.5 years.  Last week, I began to get the error 
message "Unable to complete the operation.  A fatal error 
has occurred in Outlook."

This happens when I open and type and email message (MS 
Word as the editor) and then hit send.  The message does 
not send, and I get this message box.  I have search the 
knowledge base with no luck.  Can anyone help?

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