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    NEW Outlook Virus?

    Any one else out there having trouble with outlook at work? When any of our systems go to open a letter or save, it says "out of system memory" Tried re-installing, then newer versions (2000), nothing is working! Any info would be appreciated. btw, these systems were working before, and one at a time, stopped, that's why I thinks it might be a virii...
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    I had a similar problem with Outlook XP, but that was because I forgot to apply the June 3, 2001 patch which fixes the problem I was having. The only suggestion I can give would be to download any and all Outlook updates from http://office.microsoft.com/ProductUpdates That may fix the problem. Also check for any updates to your operating system which may affect Outlook.

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    That was the first thing I tried, but the simplest advice is often the best
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    I don't think the patch for outlook will work, but the patch for the os is a possibility.

    Is outlook for webmail or just lanmail?

    Could it be a configuration problem?

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    Everything is configured correctly to my knowledge, and as I said before, all these computers were working 2 days ago, and one by one started having this problem, now 20 have this problem. Also, we were hit with the Nimda virus again, could this be related?
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    Could it be that you're just getting so many messages through your clients that they're stalling? (DoS-type problem)

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    We had the same type problem here. A bunch of people installed the "American Flag" thing after the 9-11 incident. It took up enough RAM that a lot of other programs couldn't run. We don't have a lot of RAM on our systems.
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    MS Outlook does have its good points, but damn, it easy to cause a great many a problems with it! All you need is VB knowledge and Outlook and you can create the next Love Bug. As much as I dislike M$, I have to admit that Outlook is a good, practical program.

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    You would think with all there money m$ would be able to make a more virus resistant e-mail program.
    Its not software piracy. Iím just making multiple off site backups.

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    MS Outlook has good points?? you mean like where they record all incomming mail and attachments? Or how they keep their software vulerable to practically anyone with a little free time? Outlook sucks, and if you are using it for any other reason except that your work uses it, your an idiot. Right now I get 25 calls a day telling me that outlook doesn't work anymore, and there is no info anywhere about why, not on M$ site or symantic or mcafee. blah, sorry bout the rant, but this is pissin me off.
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