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Outlook 2007 error failed to update headers

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Outlook 2007 error message failed to update headers comes up.

the email is through an exchange server.

any solutions out there?

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SP3 is on the server. should i install this outlook sp1 on the desktop?
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Outlook 2007 is now at SP2, so if you do not have any service packs on the Outlook installation I would suggest that you start with SP2 for Office 2007.

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