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Reminders no longer working in Outlook 2007

Posted on 2011-09-15
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Have been using Outlook 2007 for 1 year; have used reminders on e-mail as a habit.  In the last 2 days, all reminders have stopped popping up.  Reminders display, when I log into Office 2003 on another PC.  Reminders display when I log onto another PC with Office 2007.  How to fix my PC?....bobby.
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new profile:
Control Panel>Mail>Profiles>New profile
configure it and see it working again
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