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Recently moved from Office 2010 to Office 2013 and in outlok when I do a search for messages such as "tire" all emails that contain any spelling of "tire" come up but if I try to delete emails from that list they just sit there and every once in a hile one will delete.

Ths happens when using the delete x on the message itself as you hover overit and also if you use the delete command at the top in the home tab of the toolbar.

Any ideas?
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by:John Hurst
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Are you on Exchange? and then remote to Exchange?  So then perhaps it takes a while for Exchange to respond.

I am on POP and I just did what you did in terms of search. I right clicked on a mail, selected Delete and it was gone in a flash. I restored the deleted item.

So it does work properly. Outlook 2013 on Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit, POP email and local PST file.
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Found Answer On HTG
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Found Answer Myself
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