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Outlook 2013 hangs on my network only

By rouschkateer ·
I installed Outlook 2013 on a brand-new laptop (clean install of Windows 7 x64 Ultimate). Everything works fine - until I connect to my own network.

Free wifi? Fine. Sprint hot spot? Fine. My own wireless/wired? Nope - Outlook 2013 hangs on startup (the splash screen where it says Outlook 2013 Starting...)

Now, as a caveat, my Exchange server is on my network. No problems exist for any users anywhere using Outlook 2010 - or for me, for that matter, using Outlook 2010 on my desktop, so I doubt it is my Exchange server. Besides, as I said, Outlook 2013 works FINE when I am not connected to my network (brings down emails, sends/receives, syncs calendars, address book, etc.).

Safe Mode worked once, then when closed (disabled all add-ons), did not open again.

I am baffled - any ideas?

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by CharlieSpencer In reply to Outlook 2013 hangs on my ...

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