Can’t Open Synchronized emails

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Email synchronization
Outlook
Outlook 2000
Outlook 2007
I upgraded Outlook 2000 to 2007 and can't get my synchronized email to open without rebooting my computer. I have installed two Hotfix from MS supoort downloads that allowed me to open them after rebooting. I don't know what to try next. I have upgraded a scond computer with no difficulties. Any help out there????
ASKED: June 24, 2008  1:41 AM
UPDATED: July 1, 2008  3:25 PM

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Office 2007 (Upgraded from Office 2003 or earlier)
Several files are not properly converted during the upgrade
Search for and delete these files if they exist:
outcmd.dat, extend.dat, views.dat and frmcache.dat. Outlook will recreate these files as needed.
*.pst files = create a new pst file (Outlook 2007 format) and migrate your data into the new pst file, then delete the old.
*.ost files = Completely remove this file and let Outlook recreate.
Remove any un-needed Add-ins (Tools, Trust Center, Add-Ins, Select Comm Add-ins from the drop-down at the bottom of the window and hit GO)
Create a NEW profile and migrate data into it

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