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Error says Microsoft DatabaseDaemon has encountered a problem and needs to close.
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It would be VERY helpful if we knew what version of the Mac OS you are running...and what version of Outlook you have installed.

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I am on OS 10.8.4. Microsoft Outlook in Office 2011
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Have you run the database repair tool against the main database for Outlook? It will be in the Microsoft Office 2011 (Other) folder in applications.

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