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Outlook taken control !

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#1 mreimpell


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Posted 25 September 2009 - 07:36 AM

I have been having this weird problem for the past three weeks. Once I open outlook, it will keep taking me to the Inbox and, most of the times won't let me do anything else until I reboot the computer. I will be trying to work with a Word document, for example, and I would not have time to even type one char when my Inbox comes back as the active window. I have tried anything I can think about, minimizing Outlook, closing it down (Outlook 2003 will start by itself), Exiting Outlook, IT DOESN'T MATTER, nothing will work. I have check the active processes, in the task manager and, after closing down Outlook, there is no other "outlook" process running but you would see how it comes right back into the list. I have check spyware and and adware using Spybot and Malwarebytes and everything looks fine...SOMETIMES I leave the window open for a while without ding anything and, a while later, I am able to work without problems. I tired the "repair" option in outlook and the problem was not solved.

Any ideas? pleeeeaaassseeee :thumbsup:

Thank you so much!

Edited by mreimpell, 25 September 2009 - 07:39 AM.

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