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    Unhappy Self Enduced ID10T Error

    Yesterday I converted a couple of .pdf documents to .doc format for friend. She asked that I e-mail it back to her. Now for the ID10T part. I didn't bother to look at the size of the documents OOPS! 84mgb in size, and yup you guessed it both are now stuck in my outbox. I tried delete, but all I get is that they are still sending.
    Is there a way to stop this, so that I can delete the documents?
    I am using Outlook 2007
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    Can you change send/receive to not send when you connect? then shut down and restart Outlook. That way Outlook may let you get rid of it.

    Joe

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    thank Joe but that didn't work the first time. but did the second time around! E-Mail gone!
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    Usually if something is being sent, you can click the send / receive status display at the bottom of the Outlook window. That opens a dialog that allows you to cancel the current sending / receiving operation. Click the button to cancel and then you can delete whatever you want.

    I also have a rule to delay everything I send for 2 minutes. This allows me to correct obvious mistakes, like failing to attach a file or something, or stop an email from sending for any other relevant reason.

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