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Unable to delete any mail in Outlook 2002

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Hi, All.

I have a problem with my outlook 2002, I can't delete any mail(any folder) from outlook. it give an error something like "unable to delete mail" and ask me to restart the outlook. But, when restart the outlook and computer, it still the same error occured and cannot delete any message from outlook. All the new outgoing mail is stuck at "Outbox" item(cannot be deleted too).

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(1) WinXP Professional
(2) Outlook 2002

My .pst file size is approximately 1.9 GB. Is't too large for outlook 2002?

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Kee
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Kee,

Check if this would help

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