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Outlook 2007 and Solid State Drives - 11-19-2008, 01:35 PM
Interesting info I ran across today....
How to troubleshoot performance issues in Outlook 2007
Are you running a computer that has a Solid State Drive (SSD)?
If you are running Outlook 2007 on a computer that has a solid state drive (SSD), you may experience frequent pauses when you perform typical operations in Outlook. The Outlook product team is aware of this issue and is investigating solutions for a future release.
If your computer is running on a computer that has both an SSD and a non-SSD (rotational) hard disk, you can reduce the frequency of the pauses by moving the .ost file or the .pst files to the non-SSD drive. For more information about how to move your Outlook Data Files, see the following article, "Introduction to Outlook data files," on the Office Online Web site: :
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlo ... 99831033#2
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Re: Outlook 2007 and Solid State Drives - 11-19-2008, 11:23 PM
I had to quit using Outlook until they get it figured out. By rotational disk however, they mean regular hard drives (it was not any better on a flash drive).
I switched to Windowes Live Mail in the meantime, but it's a poor mans version with plenty of limitations. It does handle email only a lot better than Outlook on an SSD though.
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