Outlook freezes when opening the Deleted Items folder.

I have user who is using a Outlook 2007, and when she goes to open her deleted items folder, Outlook will got not responding and never changes.  I have removed all 21000 items from the folder.  I have created a new email profile with same results, and when I pull her mailbox from another user's Outlook session I see a pause but the Deleted items folder pulls up.  The user is on a terminal server and we do not cache the emails so there is no pst or ost file to be corrupted.  Suggestions please
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rdare23Asked:
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE Fellow)VMware and Virtualization ConsultantCommented:
Outlook 2007 has many switches that can be used at startup, I would try

/cleanviews

    Restores default views. Use with care as all custom views you created are lost.

/cleanprofile

    Removes invalid profile keys and recreates default registry keys where applicable.


a long list is here

http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/commandlines2007.htm

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priyaexchCommented:
Try to delete the Deleted Items folder using MFCMAPI
rdare23Author Commented:
outlook.exe /cleanviews worked.  Thank you so much.
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