MrGroove wrote:Really getting annoyed with Outlook 2010 today. What was happening every 100 emails or so is now happening a few times an hour.
Basically, with the Reader Pane enabled (Right side or bottom), certain emails I click on to read will Crash Outlook 2010. If you disable the reading pane Outlook will crash once you double click the mail to read it.
shockersh wrote:I was having the same issues before I nuked it. I won't run it again until a service pack or RC code is realeased. I must have had 50% of my emails crash my outlook client.
cant work like that
MrGroove wrote:Ok... So I'm not sure if this is progress or not but...
I've discovered that if my laptop is not connected to the network (Outlook 2010 is not connected to exchange) emails which normally crash outlook when being viewed in the preview pane or fully opened is no longer crashing my Outlook 2010 client.
If I leave an email open and then connect my machine back to the network, once outlook connects to exchange Outlook immediatly crashes.
Izzmo wrote:An AD attribute? Does that have to do with attributes assigned to a particular file?
MrGroove wrote:I've been doing some experimenting at work and I think I might have a resolution. Stay tuned. Just need to confirm a few things.
Essentially, looks like this is an AD attribute that doesn't have the right data. More soon.
vernman wrote:Well I'm having the same problem here and uninstalling McAfee did nothing to resolve the problem...
red24698 wrote:I would like to try the fix above but I am running server and exchange 2003...any advice? I can open some email but some immediately freeze up outlook while my co-workers can open the same email with no problem.
red24698 wrote:I'm not really getting error messags...I will click to open an email and outlook will just sit there a second and then kind of fade out and then the Win 7 box pops up for me to close and restart the program. Its a new install of outlook 2010, I tried 32 and 64 bit versions
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