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Outlook not responding with multiple windows open

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I have this annoying issue where Outlook becomes not responsive when a user is composing an email and has 2 or more emails open at the same time. What usually happens is the window for the email she is composing will start to flash, and then Outlook does not respond to anything you do. The only recourse is to end task on Outlook.

I am running Groupwise 7.03HP3, using Outlook 2003 with the connector as mail client.

Is there a fix for this? What is causing this??

THanks,
Ed

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I would try downloading gregmon and running on the machine. filter it so that it logs only outlook.exe.  when outlook starts to go haywire you can check regmon to see what is happening in the background.
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