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Outlook Express 6.0 takes about 40 seconds to open.  Then the first attempt to create an e-mail as a reply or new message takes another 20 seconds to open as a window.  I am in Windows 98.  Have run all sypware and virus diagnostics and do not subscribe to any newsgroups.  Also, I do not use MSN messenger.  I did a reinstall from my original CD-ROM ..all worked fine, but that is version 4.something.  Problem returned when I re-installed the version 6 update.  Any ideas?  Thanks.
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Did you try doing all the above suggestions ?

you may also want to reinstall OE and check if that would help

How to remove and reinstall Outlook Express in Windows 98
http://support.earthlink.net/mu/1/psc/img/walkthroughs/windows_9x_nt/email/oe_4.0/1913.psc.html
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