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microsoft outlook running slow or not connecting


jackwalsh

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Hi, I have been using hotmail for years now with very few problems.Since having to change to Outlook,with no choice in the matter,I am becoming increasingly frustrated with how Outlook is running/operates.For one,the actual layout,including hard to see highlighting,is poor.Also it runs slow,even when I'm not doing anything else,and quite a lot of the time is 'unable to connect to Outlook at this time',even though all other websites/programmes etc work fine. Anyone else having these problems and ,if so,are they just teething troubles? Any advice given is most appreciated.Thanks.

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Saffron.Enchantress

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AM about to change to gmail which is much faster. None of solutions offered have made any difference, and since both Yahoo and Gmail WORK it is clearly an Outlook problem.

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daxian

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hi all .... i have similar in win 7,outlook.com very slow over the past week. use firefox and I.E.9 ...crappy service from crappy MS ...nowt new !!!

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