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Outlook email will not close upon sending

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I have an outlook client connected to an exchange server. I recently changed to hosted exchange server from a hosted POP3. Now whenever I send an email: the window goes away, but the message remains in my taskbar. I cannot open or close the message from the taskbar; however, when I open up my sent folder, the message shows that it sent. Can anyone point me in the right direction on this? I have research similarities on the internet and have found nothing.
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delete all accounts and recreate with new one restart the system
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I am having issues with connecting to the exchange server, but the application seems to be responding normally now.
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Since you changed to hosted exchange server from a hosted POP3.You can use exchange account .Ask their technical support to get the configuration details
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