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Sometimes if the scan is on, and Outlook is working; system resource usage will make a large jump up, especially CPU cycles and memory usage.

That is a flaw in Outlook that alot of people don't like about it.

If you turn off the scan going in and out, it will speed up dramatically.

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I disabled the "Spam Killer" and that seems to have made a difference....thanks. As for Thunderbird, I tried switching over to it fairly recently and for some reason all of my emails and addresses weren't imported. I just haven't looked at it again since then, but I will try again and seek your collective knowledge for help when I can better explain what's going on. :D

Thank you, guys. :D

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