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Outlook 2003 "Send" button disappeared

I am using Win2003 Server and have Outlook 2003 loaded...I have several users that login via this Outlook..."administrator",user1, user2.

When I login to outlook using administrator account, say create new mail, the send button is gone and I cannot send the mail?

If I login as any other user, everything is fine?  

I have searched for the outcmd.dat file, but I don't think it exists with Outlook 2003???

Any ideas?
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alanclos
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sunray_2003Commented:
Hi alanclos,

Interesting but weird..
So when you compose  a new email , can you not even go to file and then send .
or try pressing CTRL + ENTER after composing an email to see if it can send the email.

It could be a simple profile corruption when logging in specific account which you can recreate to see if it would work ..
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alanclosAuthor Commented:
No file->send option...CTRL+Enter does nothing as well.  Another note...there is the icon to create a new mail, but if I use the pull down arrow next to the icon (where it says "New")...there is no "Mail Message" or CTRL+N option!  Note too that there is no Send/Receive on the main screen either?

Very weird indeed.

aron
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sunray_2003Commented:
alanclos,

Are you the administrator and can you confirm if none has put any restrictions from composing and sending an email logging in to that specific account ?

If there are no restrictions and this happened suddenly then you may want to delete the profile and recreate a new one to see if that would help solve the issue.
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