Outlook 2007 Performance Issues

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Gozcubukcu

I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major

performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.

It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it takes 20

to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from clicking on an

email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I did

notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007 everything

looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the performance

issues.

I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.

I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling add-ons

and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my PST file by

archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my work

performance. Can anyone help me?
 
R

Roady [MVP]

Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is your exact

build number as reported in Help-> About?

Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?

Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe

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"Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message

news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major
> performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.
> It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it takes 20
> to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from clicking on
> an
> email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I did
> notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007 everything
> looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the performance
> issues.
> I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling add-ons
> and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my PST file
> by
> archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my work
> performance. Can anyone help me?
>
 
G

Gozcubukcu

I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.

I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think is

because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating system. I

noticed I have 2 program files folders one

C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12

where all my office files are

and one

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12

it is an empty folder

I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the reason

"Roady [MVP]":


> Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is your exact
> build number as reported in Help-> About?
> Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe

> >

> ---
> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major
> > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.
> > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it takes 20
> > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from clicking on
> > an
> > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I did
> > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007 everything
> > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the performance
> > issues.
> > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling add-ons
> > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my PST file
> > by
> > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my work
> > performance. Can anyone help me?
> >

> .
>
 
R

Roady [MVP]

None of that should affect the performance unless your D-drive is really

really slow or a network drive.

Is your pst-file an ANSI formatted pst-file or a UNICODE formatted one?

To distinguish the difference see;

http://www.msoutlook.info/question/111

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"Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message

news:EACB481B-EA45-463B-9E14-EA5B618F6649@microsoft.com...
> I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.
> I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think is
> because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating system. I
> noticed I have 2 program files folders one
> C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12
> where all my office files are
> and one
> C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
> it is an empty folder

> I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the reason
> "Roady [MVP]":
>
> > Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is your
> > exact
> > build number as reported in Help-> About?
> > Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> > Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe
>

>> > >

>

>
>
>
>
>
>
>> --->

>> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> > news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> > > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major
> > > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.
> > > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it takes
> > > 20
> > > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from clicking
> > > on
> > > an
> > > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I did
> > > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007
> > > everything
> > > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the performance
> > > issues.
> > > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> > > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling
> > > add-ons
> > > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my PST
> > > file
> > > by
> > > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my work
> > > performance. Can anyone help me?
> > >

> > .
> >
 
G

Gozcubukcu

My D Drive is a partition from my hard drive. My PST file is UNICODE

formatted one. I did notice one thing in my control panel my email is listed

as 32 bit might that be the problem?

"Roady [MVP]":


> None of that should affect the performance unless your D-drive is really
> really slow or a network drive.
> Is your pst-file an ANSI formatted pst-file or a UNICODE formatted one?
> To distinguish the difference see;
> http://www.msoutlook.info/question/111

> >

> ---
> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> news:EACB481B-EA45-463B-9E14-EA5B618F6649@microsoft.com...
> > I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.
> > I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think is
> > because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating system. I
> > noticed I have 2 program files folders one
> > C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12
> > where all my office files are
> > and one
> > C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
> > it is an empty folder
> > I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the reason
> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >
> >> Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is your
> >> exact
> >> build number as reported in Help-> About?
> >> Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> >> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe
> >
> >> > >>

> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> ---> >
> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> >> news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> >> > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major
> >> > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.
> >> > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it takes
> >> > 20
> >> > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from clicking
> >> > on
> >> > an
> >> > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I did
> >> > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007
> >> > everything
> >> > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the performance
> >> > issues.
> >> > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> >> > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling
> >> > add-ons
> >> > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my PST
> >> > file
> >> > by
> >> > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my work
> >> > performance. Can anyone help me?
> >> >> .
> >>

> .
>
 
R

Roady [MVP]

No, that's also not a problem since Office 2007 is a 32-bit application and

a 64-bit version of Windows is able to run 32-bit applications as well.

Which add-ins are listed in Tools-> Trust Center-> Add-ins?

What is the exact build number of Outlook? Help-> About...

Did you try it with a new mail profile already?

See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/newprofile.htm

---
"Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message

news:8D4972F5-B184-4484-A96A-28940F336F53@microsoft.com...
> My D Drive is a partition from my hard drive. My PST file is UNICODE
> formatted one. I did notice one thing in my control panel my email is
> listed
> as 32 bit might that be the problem?

> "Roady [MVP]":
>
> > None of that should affect the performance unless your D-drive is really
> > really slow or a network drive.
> > Is your pst-file an ANSI formatted pst-file or a UNICODE formatted one?
> > To distinguish the difference see;
> > http://www.msoutlook.info/question/111
>

>> > >

>

>
>
>
>
>
>
>> --->

>> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> > news:EACB481B-EA45-463B-9E14-EA5B618F6649@microsoft.com...
> > > I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.
> > > I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think is
> > > because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating
> > > system. I
> > > noticed I have 2 program files folders one
> > > C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12
> > > where all my office files are
> > > and one
> > > C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
> > > it is an empty folder
> >> > I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the reason
> > > "Roady [MVP]":
> >> >> Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is your
> > >> exact
> > >> build number as reported in Help-> About?
> > >> Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> > >> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe
> > >
>> >> > > >>

> > >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >> ---> > >
>> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> > >> news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> > >> > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major
> > >> > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.
> > >> > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it
> > >> > takes
> > >> > 20
> > >> > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from
> > >> > clicking
> > >> > on
> > >> > an
> > >> > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I
> > >> > did
> > >> > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007
> > >> > everything
> > >> > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the
> > >> > performance
> > >> > issues.
> > >> > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> > >> > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling
> > >> > add-ons
> > >> > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my
> > >> > PST
> > >> > file
> > >> > by
> > >> > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my
> > >> > work
> > >> > performance. Can anyone help me?
> > >>> >> .
> > >>

> > .
> >
 
G

Gozcubukcu

I have no addon active in my Add-ins screen. Had to dissable them in to

increase performance.

My office is not in English so I guess this is the build number you were

asking.

Office Outlook 2007 (12.05.6514.500) SP2 (12.0.645.1000)

"Roady [MVP]":


> No, that's also not a problem since Office 2007 is a 32-bit application and
> a 64-bit version of Windows is able to run 32-bit applications as well.

> Which add-ins are listed in Tools-> Trust Center-> Add-ins?
> What is the exact build number of Outlook? Help-> About...

> Did you try it with a new mail profile already?
> See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/newprofile.htm

> >

> ---
> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> news:8D4972F5-B184-4484-A96A-28940F336F53@microsoft.com...
> > My D Drive is a partition from my hard drive. My PST file is UNICODE
> > formatted one. I did notice one thing in my control panel my email is
> > listed
> > as 32 bit might that be the problem?
> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >
> >> None of that should affect the performance unless your D-drive is really
> >> really slow or a network drive.
> >> Is your pst-file an ANSI formatted pst-file or a UNICODE formatted one?
> >> To distinguish the difference see;
> >> http://www.msoutlook.info/question/111
> >
> >> > >>

> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> ---> >
> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> >> news:EACB481B-EA45-463B-9E14-EA5B618F6649@microsoft.com...
> >> > I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.
> >> > I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think is
> >> > because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating
> >> > system. I
> >> > noticed I have 2 program files folders one
> >> > C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12
> >> > where all my office files are
> >> > and one
> >> > C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
> >> > it is an empty folder
> >> >> > I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the reason
> >> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >> >> >> Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is your
> >> >> exact
> >> >> build number as reported in Help-> About?
> >> >> Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> >> >> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe
> >> >
> >> >> > >> >>

> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> ---> >> >
> >> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> >> >> news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> >> >> > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having major
> >> >> > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about 2gb's.
> >> >> > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it
> >> >> > takes
> >> >> > 20
> >> >> > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from
> >> >> > clicking
> >> >> > on
> >> >> > an
> >> >> > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However I
> >> >> > did
> >> >> > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007
> >> >> > everything
> >> >> > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the
> >> >> > performance
> >> >> > issues.
> >> >> > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> >> >> > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as disabling
> >> >> > add-ons
> >> >> > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my
> >> >> > PST
> >> >> > file
> >> >> > by
> >> >> > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting my
> >> >> > work
> >> >> > performance. Can anyone help me?
> >> >> >> >> .
> >> >
> >> .
> >>

> .
>
 
R

Roady [MVP]

If you create a new mail profile, for testing purposes, without linking the

original pst-file, is Outlook still slow then?

If not, copy over the contents of your original pst-file to the new one (do

not use import). Disconnect the original pst-file and restart Outlook. See

if Outlook maintains its speed (the re-indexing could cause some performance

degradation at first).

It could be that your pst-file has been flooded with hidden items and other

meta information by an add-in that you had installed previously.

---
"Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message

news:BADAACD7-9937-4A00-A460-332C0BB31937@microsoft.com...
> I have no addon active in my Add-ins screen. Had to dissable them in to
> increase performance.
> My office is not in English so I guess this is the build number you were
> asking.
> Office Outlook 2007 (12.05.6514.500) SP2 (12.0.645.1000)
> "Roady [MVP]":
>
> > No, that's also not a problem since Office 2007 is a 32-bit application
> > and
> > a 64-bit version of Windows is able to run 32-bit applications as well.
>

>> Which add-ins are listed in Tools-> Trust Center-> Add-ins?
> > What is the exact build number of Outlook? Help-> About...
>

>> Did you try it with a new mail profile already?
> > See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/newprofile.htm
>

>> > >

>

>
>
>
>
>
>
>> --->

>> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> > news:8D4972F5-B184-4484-A96A-28940F336F53@microsoft.com...
> > > My D Drive is a partition from my hard drive. My PST file is UNICODE
> > > formatted one. I did notice one thing in my control panel my email is
> > > listed
> > > as 32 bit might that be the problem?
> >>> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >> >> None of that should affect the performance unless your D-drive is
> > >> really
> > >> really slow or a network drive.
> > >> Is your pst-file an ANSI formatted pst-file or a UNICODE formatted
> > >> one?
> > >> To distinguish the difference see;
> > >> http://www.msoutlook.info/question/111
> > >
>> >> > > >>

> > >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >> ---> > >
>> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> > >> news:EACB481B-EA45-463B-9E14-EA5B618F6649@microsoft.com...
> > >> > I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.
> > >> > I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think
> > >> > is
> > >> > because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating
> > >> > system. I
> > >> > noticed I have 2 program files folders one
> > >> > C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12
> > >> > where all my office files are
> > >> > and one
> > >> > C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
> > >> > it is an empty folder
> > >>> >> > I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the
> > >> > reason
> > >> > "Roady [MVP]":
> > >>> >> >> Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is
> > >> >> your
> > >> >> exact
> > >> >> build number as reported in Help-> About?
> > >> >> Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> > >> >> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe
> > >> >
>> >> >> > > >> >>

> > >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >
>> >> >> ---> > >> >
>> >> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in
> > >> >> message
> > >> >> news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> > >> >> > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having
> > >> >> > major
> > >> >> > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about
> > >> >> > 2gb's.
> > >> >> > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it
> > >> >> > takes
> > >> >> > 20
> > >> >> > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from
> > >> >> > clicking
> > >> >> > on
> > >> >> > an
> > >> >> > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However
> > >> >> > I
> > >> >> > did
> > >> >> > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007
> > >> >> > everything
> > >> >> > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the
> > >> >> > performance
> > >> >> > issues.
> > >> >> > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> > >> >> > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as
> > >> >> > disabling
> > >> >> > add-ons
> > >> >> > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my
> > >> >> > PST
> > >> >> > file
> > >> >> > by
> > >> >> > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting
> > >> >> > my
> > >> >> > work
> > >> >> > performance. Can anyone help me?
> > >> >>> >> >> .
> > >> >
>> >> .
> > >>

> > .
> >
 
G

Gozcubukcu

I did what you asked and I did notice a huge performance improvement when I

made the new personal files as my primary PST. I did try to make my previous

PST primary and performance did go down.

Thank you for your help.

"Roady [MVP]":


> If you create a new mail profile, for testing purposes, without linking the
> original pst-file, is Outlook still slow then?
> If not, copy over the contents of your original pst-file to the new one (do
> not use import). Disconnect the original pst-file and restart Outlook. See
> if Outlook maintains its speed (the re-indexing could cause some performance
> degradation at first).

> It could be that your pst-file has been flooded with hidden items and other
> meta information by an add-in that you had installed previously.

> >

> ---
> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> news:BADAACD7-9937-4A00-A460-332C0BB31937@microsoft.com...
> > I have no addon active in my Add-ins screen. Had to dissable them in to
> > increase performance.
> > My office is not in English so I guess this is the build number you were
> > asking.
> > Office Outlook 2007 (12.05.6514.500) SP2 (12.0.645.1000)
> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >
> >> No, that's also not a problem since Office 2007 is a 32-bit application
> >> and
> >> a 64-bit version of Windows is able to run 32-bit applications as well.
> >
> >> Which add-ins are listed in Tools-> Trust Center-> Add-ins?
> >> What is the exact build number of Outlook? Help-> About...
> >
> >> Did you try it with a new mail profile already?
> >> See http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/newprofile.htm
> >
> >> > >>

> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >> ---> >
> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> >> news:8D4972F5-B184-4484-A96A-28940F336F53@microsoft.com...
> >> > My D Drive is a partition from my hard drive. My PST file is UNICODE
> >> > formatted one. I did notice one thing in my control panel my email is
> >> > listed
> >> > as 32 bit might that be the problem?
> >> >> >> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >> >> >> None of that should affect the performance unless your D-drive is
> >> >> really
> >> >> really slow or a network drive.
> >> >> Is your pst-file an ANSI formatted pst-file or a UNICODE formatted
> >> >> one?
> >> >> To distinguish the difference see;
> >> >> http://www.msoutlook.info/question/111
> >> >
> >> >> > >> >>

> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >> ---> >> >
> >> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in message
> >> >> news:EACB481B-EA45-463B-9E14-EA5B618F6649@microsoft.com...
> >> >> > I am using Service Pack 2 at the moment.
> >> >> > I did use outlook.exe /safe and it didnt improve anything. I think
> >> >> > is
> >> >> > because I am using windows 7 ultimate and it is 64 bit operating
> >> >> > system. I
> >> >> > noticed I have 2 program files folders one
> >> >> > C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12
> >> >> > where all my office files are
> >> >> > and one
> >> >> > C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
> >> >> > it is an empty folder
> >> >> >> >> > I am also using my pst files from my D Drive could that be the
> >> >> > reason
> >> >> > "Roady [MVP]":
> >> >> >> >> >> Have you already applied Service Pack 2 to Office 2007? What is
> >> >> >> your
> >> >> >> exact
> >> >> >> build number as reported in Help-> About?
> >> >> >> Does it work any better when starting Outlook in Safe Mode?
> >> >> >> Start-> Run; outlook.exe /safe
> >> >> >
> >> >> >> > >> >> >>

> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >
> >> >> >> ---> >> >> >
> >> >> >> "Gozcubukcu" <Gozcubukcu> wrote in
> >> >> >> message
> >> >> >> news:20B7DE4F-A22D-4693-BD5B-F28310E9F64E@microsoft.com...
> >> >> >> > I recently upgraded my Windows from XP too 7 and I am having
> >> >> >> > major
> >> >> >> > performance issues with my outlook 2007. My pst file is about
> >> >> >> > 2gb's.
> >> >> >> > It takes around a minute for outlook to open and after it does it
> >> >> >> > takes
> >> >> >> > 20
> >> >> >> > to 30 seconds to get a response when do anything either from
> >> >> >> > clicking
> >> >> >> > on
> >> >> >> > an
> >> >> >> > email, moving it to another folder and writing and email. However
> >> >> >> > I
> >> >> >> > did
> >> >> >> > notice that when I type an email without opening outlook 2007
> >> >> >> > everything
> >> >> >> > looks fine. It's when I open the program itself I have the
> >> >> >> > performance
> >> >> >> > issues.
> >> >> >> > I have a Core 2 Duo laptop with 4 gb ram.
> >> >> >> > I checked the web and I did follow all the procedures as
> >> >> >> > disabling
> >> >> >> > add-ons
> >> >> >> > and running a diagnostic on my pst files or even trying reduce my
> >> >> >> > PST
> >> >> >> > file
> >> >> >> > by
> >> >> >> > archiving everything up to last week. It is seriously effecting
> >> >> >> > my
> >> >> >> > work
> >> >> >> > performance. Can anyone help me?
> >> >> >> >> >> >> .
> >> >> >
> >> >> .
> >> >
> >> .
> >>

> .
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