Problem with opening messages after migration to Outlook 2007

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I have migrated from Outlook 2003 to outlook 2007 and they seems very different. I can't open messages using my Outlook 2007. When I try opening by clicking a message, a red bar is just going across and the message is not opening. Can anyone help me please?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101085

Problem with opening messages after migration to Outlook 2007

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Hi,

Outlook 2003 and 2007 have compatibility issues that are known and this issues can be fixed by installing all the latest service packs. You can also try by recreating your mail's profile via the mail applet which is usually in the control panel. Ensure you use the correct sets from your ISP or administrator for your server.

Use the Microsoft update to install the latest updates for windows and office, you may also try working with it in safe mode. Check with the support in the following links http://support.microsoft.com/ph/928 and http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929012 to get more information on how to go about your problem.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101087

Problem with opening messages after migration to Outlook 2007

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This problem is commonly encountered by many outlook users. I have many solutions for this but sometimes don’t work but most of the time works.

Before we go on to the complicated or worst solution, you must check your computer from virus infection. Virus is always a great factor why your application does not functioning correctly. Use the latest virus detection program that has the latest virus definition if possible.

Cookies might be the one reason for this, because cookies sometimes are uses as the token to access a particular server. Clean-up your old cookies.

File/Registry corruption, re-installation is the solution for this.

Microsoft has release a service pack today to fix this issue. You may download the latest service pack on Microsoft website.

 

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