Microsoft Outlook Office 2007 Beta

WIth the new Beta 2007 version, I get an error message to restart when I click on messages in the In Box. Is sent then Outlook restarts automatically:
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war1Connect With a Mentor Commented:
Greetings, judy0812 !

MS Office Beta 2007 should be able to send.  Problem could be that Office 2007 is having problem with some program in your system.   Does the sent message get to recipient? Were you able to send without issue with Office 2003?

1. Make sure you have the latest version of Office 2007. It is up to Beta 2.

2. Disable Outook addins and try sending again. Go to Tools > Trust Center > Add-Ins

3. There could be a problem with the PST file or that it is too large.
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That is why they call it BETA software.  It has problems, is in development and testing.

judy0812Author Commented:
Is that your answer
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Yes...BETA software is not something you should in a production evironment.  That's my 17 years of experience talking.  However, if you want to work with M$ and/or other forums for support then do a Google.  It's just that trying to chase solutions for BETA software is a fast moving target.

judy0812Author Commented:
War 1

Thank you for your support.  It turns out that the Outlook Recovery link provided the solution to my 2007 Beta problem.  During the loading of the software, add-ins were included that were causing he crash.  By following Outlook Recovery directions, I was able to disable the add-ins which corrected the problem.

July, glad the problem is solved.
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