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Cannot close Archive folder in Outlook 2003

Posted on 2010-09-15
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When I right click on my Archives folder and try to close it I get an error message "Could Not Find Object"  I have seen the Archives.pst in my Windows Explorer so I know it is there.  But I cannot close or otherwise do anything else with this.  I tried running detect and repair.
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The thread you referenced led me to this site http://www.publicshareware.com/outlook-public-fix-profile.php and an application that allowed me to readily address registry issues for "ghost" PST files.  I was able to rectify the problem in less than 3 minutes.  Thank you.
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