Blank email body text when rules are set to move email to .pst.

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Outlook 2007/Win XP: I have a rule setup to move large emails to .pst but

when I open the email the email body text is missing but the attachment is

there and able to open it. Any suggestion??
 

Brian Tillman

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"sona" <sona> wrote in message

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> Outlook 2007/Win XP: I have a rule setup to move large emails to .pst but
> when I open the email the email body text is missing but the attachment is
> there and able to open it. Any suggestion??


The usual cause is configuring your antivirus program to scan incoming mail.

It's not necessary and can have side-effects like this. If that's the case,

uninstall your AV program and reinstall it without the mail scanning feature.

You'll be just as safe.

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Re: Blank email body text when rules are set to move email to .pst

We use Norton Symantec 10.1 and another user has the same version of Norton

and and configured the same way but she does not have this problem.

"Brian Tillman " wrote:


> "sona" <sona> wrote in message
> news:AF197257-42F2-4BE0-B76E-1A53DBB5A54D@microsoft.com...
>
> > Outlook 2007/Win XP: I have a rule setup to move large emails to .pst but
> > when I open the email the email body text is missing but the attachment is
> > there and able to open it. Any suggestion??


> The usual cause is configuring your antivirus program to scan incoming mail.
> It's not necessary and can have side-effects like this. If that's the case,
> uninstall your AV program and reinstall it without the mail scanning feature.
> You'll be just as safe.
> >

>
 

Brian Tillman

Senior Member
Re: Blank email body text when rules are set to move email to .pst

"sona" <sona> wrote in message

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> We use Norton Symantec 10.1 and another user has the same version of Norton
> and and configured the same way but she does not have this problem.


And you think that proves something? Symantec products, especially the Norton

brand, are notorious for having problems interacting with Outlook correctly.

If you don't want to try my suggestion, that's your right, but if you have a

problem to solve and you won't try the suggestions people make, how do you

expect to solve the problem?

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HarHar

Similar problem. I use outlook express for emails. When I open outlook

express the only thing that comes up are my folders, sent mail, deleted

items, etc.. The doby will all my emails does not open plus I cannot open

any of my folders. After about 5 years of using Outlook Express, propblem

just started.

What's going on?

HarHar

"sona" wrote:


> Outlook 2007/Win XP: I have a rule setup to move large emails to .pst but
> when I open the email the email body text is missing but the attachment is
> there and able to open it. Any suggestion??
 
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Alias

HarHar wrote:
> Similar problem. I use outlook express for emails. When I open outlook
> express the only thing that comes up are my folders, sent mail, deleted
> items, etc.. The doby will all my emails does not open plus I cannot open
> any of my folders. After about 5 years of using Outlook Express, propblem
> just started.

> What's going on?


Size of .dbx files are? Last time you compacted was?

That said, do yourself a favor and ditch Outhouse Distress and get

Thunderbird. Not only is it supported, it has an excellent junk mail

filter and a spell check that corrects as you type. Not only that, it

has a calendar add on as well as a signature add on. To back it up, you

need to copy three files and that's it.

Get it at http://www.mozilla.com/thunderbird.

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K. Orland

For an expert answer from people who use Outlook Express, post in the

Outlook Express newsgroup. You didn't post your version, so choose it from

here:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/dgbrowser/en-us/default.mspx

Outlook Express is part of Internet Explorer. Microsoft Outlook, which is

what this newsgroup supports is part of Microsoft Office. In spite of the

similarity in name, these are two different email clients.

The good folks in the Outlook Express newsgroup will be able to help you.

You'll stand a much better chance of getting good assistance there rather

than here.

Good luck!

"Alias" <iamaliasNUK3@THISgmail.com> wrote in message

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> HarHar wrote:
> > Similar problem. I use outlook express for emails. When I open outlook
> > express the only thing that comes up are my folders, sent mail, deleted
> > items, etc.. The doby will all my emails does not open plus I cannot


open
> > any of my folders. After about 5 years of using Outlook Express,


propblem
> > just started.
> > What's going on?


> Size of .dbx files are? Last time you compacted was?

> That said, do yourself a favor and ditch Outhouse Distress and get
> Thunderbird. Not only is it supported, it has an excellent junk mail
> filter and a spell check that corrects as you type. Not only that, it
> has a calendar add on as well as a signature add on. To back it up, you
> need to copy three files and that's it.

> Get it at http://www.mozilla.com/thunderbird.

> Alias
 
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Alias

K. Orland wrote:
> For an expert answer from people who use Outlook Express, post in the
> Outlook Express newsgroup. You didn't post your version, so choose it from
> here:

> http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/dgbrowser/en-us/default.mspx

> Outlook Express is part of Internet Explorer. Microsoft Outlook, which is
> what this newsgroup supports is part of Microsoft Office. In spite of the
> similarity in name, these are two different email clients.

> The good folks in the Outlook Express newsgroup will be able to help you.
> You'll stand a much better chance of getting good assistance there rather
> than here.

> Good luck!


Um, I'm not having any problems with Outhouse Distress. I gave that POS

up years ago.

Alias

> "Alias" <iamaliasNUK3@THISgmail.com> wrote in message
> news:h0jhat$sv3$1@news.eternal-september.org...
> > HarHar wrote:
> >> Similar problem. I use outlook express for emails. When I open outlook
> >> express the only thing that comes up are my folders, sent mail, deleted
> >> items, etc.. The doby will all my emails does not open plus I cannot

> open
> >> any of my folders. After about 5 years of using Outlook Express,

> propblem
> >> just started.
> >
>>> What's going on?

> > Size of .dbx files are? Last time you compacted was?
>

>> That said, do yourself a favor and ditch Outhouse Distress and get
> > Thunderbird. Not only is it supported, it has an excellent junk mail
> > filter and a spell check that corrects as you type. Not only that, it
> > has a calendar add on as well as a signature add on. To back it up, you
> > need to copy three files and that's it.
>

>> Get it at http://www.mozilla.com/thunderbird.
>

>> Alias


>
 

Brian Tillman

Senior Member
"HarHar" <golfer> wrote in message

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> Similar problem. I use outlook express for emails.


This newsgroup deals with Office Outlook. You need to ask in an Outlook

Express newsgroup, like microsoft.public.outlookexpress.general.

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