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Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is shut

down and how can I fix it?

Thanks

Ron
 
#2
It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task Manager>Running

Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process

Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or

intergrated AV

"fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message

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> Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is shut
> down and how can I fix it?
> Thanks
> > Ron
 
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#3
Thanks DL

I closed the outlook.exe in task manager, but it made no difference.

Ron

"DL" wrote:


> It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task Manager>Running
> Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process
> Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or
> intergrated AV

> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> news:EC46A6C4-B892-4607-B3AC-BF2C79DD6331@microsoft.com...
> > Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is shut
> > down and how can I fix it?
> > Thanks
> > > > Ron


>
 
R

Roady [MVP]

#4
Don't multipost but simply go back to your original thread instead and

continue there.

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"fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message

news:7A757BB6-F43C-4D7B-B7B5-93E771B3B29C@microsoft.com...
> Thanks DL
> I closed the outlook.exe in task manager, but it made no difference.
> > Ron

> "DL" wrote:
>
> > It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task
> > Manager>Running
> > Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process
> > Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or
> > intergrated AV
>

>> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> > news:EC46A6C4-B892-4607-B3AC-BF2C79DD6331@microsoft.com...
> > > Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is
> > > shut
> > > down and how can I fix it?
> > > Thanks
> > > > > > Ron

>

>
>>
 
#5
All instances of outlook.exe?

"fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message

news:7A757BB6-F43C-4D7B-B7B5-93E771B3B29C@microsoft.com...
> Thanks DL
> I closed the outlook.exe in task manager, but it made no difference.
> > Ron

> "DL" wrote:
>
> > It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task
> > Manager>Running
> > Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process
> > Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or
> > intergrated AV
>

>> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> > news:EC46A6C4-B892-4607-B3AC-BF2C79DD6331@microsoft.com...
> > > Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is
> > > shut
> > > down and how can I fix it?
> > > Thanks
> > > > > > Ron

>

>
>>
 
R

Roady [MVP]

#6
Probably. After you kill a task which sits in the Notification Area, its

ghost will always remain until you hover over the icon with the mouse. Then

it vanishes.

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"DL" <address@invalid> wrote in message

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> All instances of outlook.exe?

> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> news:7A757BB6-F43C-4D7B-B7B5-93E771B3B29C@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks DL
> > I closed the outlook.exe in task manager, but it made no difference.
> > > > Ron
>

>
>> "DL" wrote:
> >
> >> It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task
> >> Manager>Running
> >> Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process
> >> Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or
> >> intergrated AV
> >
>>> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> >> news:EC46A6C4-B892-4607-B3AC-BF2C79DD6331@microsoft.com...
> >> > Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is
> >> > shut
> >> > down and how can I fix it?
> >> > Thanks
> >> > > >> > Ron
> >
>>
>>>


>
 
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Zm9nYmF4

#7
to the best of my knowledge

Ron

"DL" wrote:


> All instances of outlook.exe?

> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> news:7A757BB6-F43C-4D7B-B7B5-93E771B3B29C@microsoft.com...
> > Thanks DL
> > I closed the outlook.exe in task manager, but it made no difference.
> > > > Ron
> > "DL" wrote:
> >
> >> It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task
> >> Manager>Running
> >> Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process
> >> Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or
> >> intergrated AV
> >
> >> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> >> news:EC46A6C4-B892-4607-B3AC-BF2C79DD6331@microsoft.com...
> >> > Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is
> >> > shut
> >> > down and how can I fix it?
> >> > Thanks
> >> > > >> > Ron
> >
> >
> >>


>
 
#8
In Task Manager, processes tab. if you click 'image name' title bar the

processes will be sorted alphabetically

If outlook.exe does not exist, then it would appear to be as Roady

suggested, a 'ghost'

"fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message

news:75CFDF0D-BBD6-4295-B5E6-DA3FE7B4B40A@microsoft.com...
> to the best of my knowledge
> > Ron

> "DL" wrote:
>
> > All instances of outlook.exe?
>

>> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> > news:7A757BB6-F43C-4D7B-B7B5-93E771B3B29C@microsoft.com...
> > > Thanks DL
> > > I closed the outlook.exe in task manager, but it made no difference.
> > > > > > Ron
> >>> > "DL" wrote:
> >> >> It probably means Outlook is not fully exiting, look in Task
> > >> Manager>Running
> > >> Processes Tab for Outlook.exe & end the process
> > >> Usually caused by a misbehaving add-in, or sync, fax, DTS software or
> > >> intergrated AV
> > >
>> >> "fogbax" <fogbax> wrote in message
> > >> news:EC46A6C4-B892-4607-B3AC-BF2C79DD6331@microsoft.com...
> > >> > Why does the outlook icon remain on the taskbar after the program is
> > >> > shut
> > >> > down and how can I fix it?
> > >> > Thanks
> > >> > > > >> > Ron
> > >
>> >
>> >>

>

>
>>
 
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