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Monday, February 05, 2007

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Jen

if it's in the sent box. you can go to the C:/program--microsoft folder where the outlook is saved and delete the "sent" folder from there and reboot your computer and it will delete that folder but will re create a new one. I've done that quite alot with some things.

hope that helps.

scoopy

I did a little searching... Depending on the version of Outlook and type of account you are using, there might be a way to set rules or options to "break apart large messages" or set a rule to delete outbox messages over a specified size. I did a search in the help that is within Outlook for "large messages". Good luck - hope this helps!

Amy

On my outlook, you can click on the outbox, right click on the message and select delete. I'm not sure if it will work or not. You have probably tried it already, but it's the best I can do. Good Luck!

Amanda Beers

My husband is a nerdy Microsoft employee and happens to be up in Seattle this week... He said he would be more than happy to help you. He said you should try to go to your outbox and strip off the attachments and then delete the mail? If that doesn't work, feel free to send me an e-mail and I will give you his contact info! P.S. We love your stamps in Olympia!!

Bert

Seriously? Get a Mac. I've had so very few incidents, mostly in earlier years. I've always used Mac, since 1987. Since OSx (read Operating System Ten) came out 4 years ago, I've had no problems.
Most professionsl grafix people use Macs. Macs are truly plug & play, no new drivers needed - most of the time you don't even have to restart!
Upgrades are automatic and worry free. I know I probably sound like a commercial - have you seen their commercials, so true & funny! - but my husband got a PC about 5 years ago (He went to the dark side), mainly so he could work on work files at home. He's had to take that thing apart several times, maintenance seems endless and takes forever. Meanwhile, I'm just crusin' along on my Mac.
Good luck on that dark side machine!
Bert

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