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Outlook 2007 "Insufficient Memory" message

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I am getting "Insufficient Memory" messages when I attempt to expand a folder or move an email to a folder that requires clicking on the + to expand to get to a folder.  I have XP SP2 and Office SP2 installed(recently).  HELP!
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Try starting Outlook in Safe Mode (Start | Run | outlook /safe) and see if it happens.  If it is "fixed," it's probably an add in.

To disable Add-Ins, go to the Trust Center (Tools | Trust Center | Add-ins) and click Go... next to Manage: COM Add-ins.

Uncheck items you don't need.
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I unchecked a couple of add-ins and that did the trick!  
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