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Posted on 2004-09-08
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I recently upgraded a user's Office 2000 to Office 2003 on a Dell PC running Windows XP Professsional. We are on a network that uses Exchange 2000. When he opens Outlook using an existing profile and tries to open an email, contact, calendar entry, etc., he gets the error message:
"Can't open this item. Out of memory or system resources. Close some windows and try again."

If he then closes Outlook, creates a new profile, and opens Outlook using the new profile, everything works fine. However, if he closes Outlook, the old profile will no longer work and a new one must be created.

Most of our office staff have been upgraded to Office 2003. He is the only one having the problem. Any solutions or suggestions?
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Question by:parkerr
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Hi parkerr,

Have you scanned the system for virus and spywares ?

If you are not setting up any account like pop or in your case exchange , does it happen then also .
Donot setup any account and try opening and closing outlook and check what happens

You may want to reinstall office and see if that would help
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