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Outlook 2000: Mail is opening minimized

Posted on 2001-07-12
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When an e-ail message in Outlook 2000 is opened, instead of opening in a window as it normally would, it opens minized on the taskbar.  I'd like to make this stop without reinstalling Outlook!
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First question - is your office 2000 patched with SR1?  This is a known problem without the patch.

Also if it is patched try the detect & repair feature by going under Help in Outlook.
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