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    Oct 23 Newsletter crashes Outlook 2013

    Something in the new newsletter is crashing my Outlook 2013 (click to run version). Checked the previous newsletters and they open fine. Only running MSE for virus protection and the history doesn't show any thing blocked. Thoughts?
    Willie McClure
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    No problems reading it on my Outlook 2013.

    Is it the latest version? Are there any add-ons that may cause it? Maybe try running Outlook in safe mode and see if it helps: http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner...-in-safe-mode/
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    My Outlook 2013 (Office 365) crashes also. I had to quickly move off it before the preview loads. I ended up deleting it and reading the issue online. Latest Outlook version and only active add-ins are MS Exchange and MS Junk email reporting.
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    Just want to report that I have the same problem! What is going one here?

    I can look at it via a webmail interface, but Outlook 2013 immediately crashes when I look at the latest newsletter.

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    I think the email sent was corrupted: It doesn't crash Outlook 2007, but it is double-length if you scroll down, with some garbage between copy 1 and copy 2.

    ("If your software garbles this newsletter, read this issue at WindowsSecrets.com.": Yeah, but what about if your software garbles it? )

    Bruce

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    It crashed my outlook also

    It crashes my Outlook 2013 on Windows 7 also. Took me a while to figure it was that particular email doing it. Is that what poodle does, use individual emails to crash applications? LOL

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