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        One of my email accounts is through MSN-Microsoft exchange. When I try to print an email by clicking on the printer icon the following happens:

        1. It takes about 30 seconds before anything happens because the exchange dialog box opens.
        2. Then outlook says “not responding”.
        3. Then the email you want to print shows up for a second then disappears and your new image to print is a list of all emails.
        4. I have been opening the email in my web browser and printing from there.

        Is there a fix for the problems I am having? This only happens with the msn account. My roadrunner account works fine.



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        AskWoody Plus

        If you got to File, Print, Print Options is Memo Style set there and not Table Style?

      • #2269381 Reply

        My email is set to memo style. After Outlook “not responding” message goes away I see the document I want to print, but it flashes and then the list of email appear in it place. I can’t figure out how to correct this. It seems the server is very slow in downloading the email to print.



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