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Outlook 2010 - Problems with 'reply'

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Hi all ,
I have a problem with Outlook 2010 , Some emails are marked read differently .
In addition when I do 'reply' , Something strange is going on,
my name comes 'TO' and the recipient is listed as 'FROM' .

I don't have permissions to write from his name.
I've tried to fix Microsoft Office & Fix email account.
What to do ?

Thanks .
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Question by:Robert-Prodigy
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Hi,

please try to rename the file FRMCACHE.DAT to FRMCACHE.OLD which is located here (on Windows 7):
C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\FORMS\FRMCACHE.DAT
Then restart Outlook and see if this solves the problem.
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