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Outlook express message bodies are invisible

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Since a few weeks, my outlook express started to cause me problems. I can't read any more my messages. I can see the message coming in the inbox folder, but when I open it a blank page appears usually accompagnied by a blinking hourglass.

I'm using windows XP. Any ideas?


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