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I have a Laptop Computer that is running XP Pro with MS Office 2003 Pro. I have ywo e-mails in my inbox that didn't finish downloading from the server. I have tried just about everything I know to delete these two messages. I can mark them for delete but they stay in the inbox. I have also tried a scanpst fix still stuck in thier. Any help would be great.
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Greetings, OneStopPCHelp !

You need to create a new PST file and drag the emails from old PST file to new one. Do not drag the two problem emails.
http://pubs.logicalexpressions.com/Pub0009/LPMArticle.asp?ID=52

Best wishes!
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OneStopPCHelp,

Did my comment help you solve the problem?  If it help, why the C grade.  See the Grading Guidelines:
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