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« on: October 25, 2004, 05:31:11 PM »

Operating System Version: Windows XP Home SP2
Problem Application Name & Version: Outlook 2002 SP3
Problem Hardware Make & Model: Dell Dimension
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OK, so, this is strange.  I have never seen this before.  Once I close outlook, the process outlook.exe dont end.  I can open up mulitple instances of the process at the same time.  I looked in my running processes and there was like 5 outlook.exe's running.  Has anyone ever seen this before?  

I was having a problem with duplicate messages being sent and received and also crashes because of this but when I killed all the outlook.exe's processes that solved the problem, it just kills my resources when there are so many running at once.  

Anyone ever seen this problem and is there a fix for it?

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