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OUtlook 2003 hide send and receive progress bar

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In Outlook 2003 there is a send and receive progress bar which keeps comming up upon closing of the program.
How in the heck do you turn it off?

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Greetings, TechMonster !

Disable send/receive upon existing of Outlook.  In Outlook, go to Tools > Options > Mail Setup > Send/Receive button.  Uncheck "Perform automatic send/receive upon exiting". Click OK. Close Outlook and test.

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cool thanks!
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You are welcome, TechMonster!
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