I've been using Inbox for a while now, but have recently installed Outlook
97 onto my computer. When ever I start up Outlook now, I can access
everything in it, with the exception of getting new mail. I have no
problem sending mail, but when I try to receive mail, I get the following
A message could not be delivered. Make sure there is sufficient memory
and disk space and that the message store is accessible, then try again.
I can't understand what Outlook is having a problem with. I have 50+ MB's
on my C Drive where Outlook is installed to, my PAB & PST files are both
very small, I have 48 MB's of memory in the machine, a Dynamic Swap file
running (which is no where near it's max), always at least 70% User
Resources Free, and at least 5 MB's of actual memory free. I've tried to
uninstall Outlook 97, and Inbox/Exchange, but nothing seems to help. It
seems almost like there is some faulty line in my Registry but I can't find
it, and uninstalling/reinstalling doesn't help. If anyone has any ideas
what the problem is, or where I can find out, I would really appreciate it.
Thomas S. Arabudzki