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Outlook sends incomplete emails.

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Hi

We have a problem with Outlook 2003 running on Windows 7 machine.
It seems to be sending the incomplete auto save version instead of the latest typed version of email. We are using Exchange 2010 and so far we have tried rebuilding Outlook profile and turning off cached exchange mode but no luck in resolving this problem.
Please help to resolve this issue.

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Hello
Test in Outlook Safe Mode if the problem still occurs and post the results

1. Click Start | Run.
2. In the Open box, type: "Outlook /safe" (without the quotation marks)
Notes: There is a space character between Outlook and the forward slash (/).
3. Click OK.

The above will tell us if an Outlook add-in is causing the problem
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