Message Stuck in Outbox to Only One Particular Email Address


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tempting2taanzaa

Hi:

I have Outlook 2007 and have been using it for about 2 months or so. I have
encountered a problem with sending emails. I have sent emails to a
particular email address ([email protected] ) and the emails
get stuck in the outbox. The CPU usage is very high (about 76%) and the
taskbar icon flashes furiously. If I look in the outbox, the email is also
doing a staccato flash. At the bottom of Outlook the send says complete,
yet the flashing taskbar icon, and flashing email in the outbox remain.
After awhile (about 2-3 minutes) this stops, but the email remains in the
outbox. These actions occur only when sending to this one address. I have
submitted a test email to myself and the email is sent normally.

Thanks for your responses.
 
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tempting2taanzaa

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tempting2taanzaa said:
Yes, all office updates and SP1.

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pow3r_shell said:
Have you got all Office updates and service pack 1

Here's an update I discovered after checking a few things. I composed a
message to (e-mail address removed) and saved it in
the drafts folder. When I click on the address in the To field, which would
normally bring up contact information, I received the following message:
"Cannot perform the requested operation. The command selected is not valid
for this recipient. An invalid ENTRYID was passed in."

Obviously Outlook doesn't like something about the recipient address. But,
this is the email address I have used when sending through Windows mail.

I hope this helps spur some ideas from someone.

I appreciate your help!
 

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