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running outlook 7 in vista non-administrator user accounts

Postby cm9jaA » Sun, 04 Jan 2009 01:41:01 GMT

office outlook 7 in vista, will only run one time after each startup, in the 
user account that is not the adminstrator account. after that it will not 
run,it will run multiple times in the administrator account. i have disabeled 
user account control,firewalls,and virus scanner,but it does not help. any 
thoughts?
-- 
roch

Re: running outlook 7 in vista non-administrator user accounts

Postby Diane Poremsky [MVP] » Sun, 04 Jan 2009 02:00:11 GMT

do you get any errors? is it still running in task manager, processes tab 
after you close it?

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Re: running outlook 7 in vista non-administrator user accounts

Postby cm9jaA » Sun, 04 Jan 2009 02:13:01 GMT

it does not show up in task manager at all if i run it from the desktop or 
word. but word will not let me close because it says that mail is running 
even though i see no evidence of that in task manager.-- 
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Re: running outlook 7 in vista non-administrator user accounts

Postby Diane Poremsky [MVP] » Sun, 04 Jan 2009 05:05:48 GMT

at the bottom of the processes tab is an option to show processes of all 
users - see if something else has it open.

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Re: running outlook 7 in vista non-administrator user accounts

Postby cm9jaA » Mon, 05 Jan 2009 13:32:00 GMT

you are right! outlook is "hung" in the non-administrative account.only when 
i end the outlook task from the proceses tab, will outlook send out the 
previous e-mail and then open up a fresh screen for the new e-mail. how do i 
stop this from happening?
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