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"microsoft Exchange Email Account"

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#1 ollylock


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Posted 21 June 2007 - 06:56 PM

When I minimize Outlook 2007 into the bottom right hand side to my computer, and then roughly half an hour later I double click it to open it up, it opens up fine, but the same bubble giving me the same error message appears without fail every time:

"Outlook is not responding. If you are using a Microsoft Exchange email account, you can cancel pending server requests by clicking the Outlook icon in the notifications area and then clicking Cancel Server Requests on the shortcut menu".

Firstly, what is a Microsoft Exchange email account?

Secondly, I must be using it, so how do I 'cancel it', and will it affect Outlook's performance if I do?

Thirdly, where is the 'Outlook icon in the notifications areaOutlook icon in the notifications area'?

Thank you!

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