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Old 11-04-2008, 07:16 AM   #1
Hugewally
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The data file 'Personal Folders' was not closed properly.

Outlook is not closing properply. Click on the red X in the corner and
outlook closes, but continues to run in the backgroun according to the task
manager. When I go to open Outlook 2003 after restarting the the comuter I
get the following error message, "The data file 'Personal Folders' was not
closed properly." and then it takes up to 10 minutes sometimes for Outlook to
open.

Had this problem before and fixed it, but its back now and I haven't made
any changes to the computer or software.

Now I can't even find any search results for the problem on this group.

Now what?

martin
 
Old 11-04-2008, 11:18 AM   #2
Oliver Vukovics [Public Shareware]
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Re: The data file 'Personal Folders' was not closed properly.

Hi martin,

have a look on this site :

"OUTLOOK.EXE continues running after you exit Outlook"
http://www.slipstick.com/problems/close.asp

Maybe it helps.

--
Oliver Vukovics
Share your Outlook PST files without Exchange: Public ShareFolder
Synchronisation for Outlook and Exchange: Public SyncTool
http://www.publicshareware.com


"Hugewally" <Hugewally@discussions.microsoft.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:6DD54ECC-E481-4CAD-A0EF-D82701CBD2EF@microsoft.com...
> Outlook is not closing properply. Click on the red X in the corner and
> outlook closes, but continues to run in the backgroun according to the
> task
> manager. When I go to open Outlook 2003 after restarting the the comuter
> I
> get the following error message, "The data file 'Personal Folders' was not
> closed properly." and then it takes up to 10 minutes sometimes for Outlook
> to
> open.
>
> Had this problem before and fixed it, but its back now and I haven't made
> any changes to the computer or software.
>
> Now I can't even find any search results for the problem on this group.
>
> Now what?
>
> martin



 
 

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