Outlook - error w/Norton Spam control



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Outlook - error w/Norton Spam control

Postby U2h5YW0 » Wed, 22 Oct 2008 22:47:01 GMT

When opening inbox w/a new mwssage: Outlook must close; choices: close 
outlook or, let Microsoft suggest remedy (never comes). Help

RE: Outlook - error w/Norton Spam control

Postby Sy4gT3JsYW5k » Wed, 22 Oct 2008 22:57:01 GMT

Please provide further information, such as the following: 

Version of Outlook
Please post any error messages in their entirety, including any error numbers
Are there any errors referencing Microsoft Office or Outlook in your 
Application Event Viewer? 
Have you done any troubleshooting of your own? (so no one tells you to do 
something you've already done)

Kathleen Orland - MVP Outlook
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