Outlook 2003 is beginning to wear on me

I'm having a particular problem that only recently started happening in Outlook 2003 and it's beginning to really bug me.
 
Whenever I send an email, it goes into my Outbox before sending. No problem there, right?
 
Well, if I go back INTO my Outbox just to look at the messages, the messages no longer get sent. It's like they think they are "DRAFT" messages. This never used to happen (and I can't think of what's changed unless it was a service pack or something). I have to actually re-open the message, cut and paste it and then resend it as a brand new email.
 
But now, it's even worse. If I am in the Outbox folder, and try to open the email to create a new one (so it will actually send), it automatically looks as though I'm reading it and so it won't send.
 
I'm going to post this to a forum somewhere but if someone off hand knows the solution, please advise. I'm currently running a few add-ons in my Outlook including Lookout, Newsgator and OnFolio (wonder if that's the culprit).
 
I'll keep you posted.

Comments

Craig said…
That's been the Outlook behavior for sometime. If you look at a message in the outbox, don't close it. Click the Send button instead. Another option is to setup Outlook so that it send immediately.

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