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I have a machine with XP sp3, and Outlook 2007. It works just fine until it hits an email with download content and then it closes Outlook without any error code.

So far, I've opened it in safe mode, ran an office diagnostic and a scanpst, created a new .pst file and profile, and re-installed Office. None of these had any results.

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I've scanned with every anti-virus I could get my hands on, uninstalled office completely, ran for a couple of days and then put it back with a new profile and a completely clean pst file, reset all of the settings in IE, checked the connection from PC to ISP for intermittent packet loss... none of these things have worked.
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