I have years of important emails I need access to. Cannot open the Outlook window. Reply nab says: January 4, 2015 at 12:40 pm the compatibility mode uncheck box was finally the best solution for my outlook "unopenness" case. Now that you have the location of your Outlook data files, you need to check and repair them using the Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Inbox Repair Tool-SCANPST.exe. http://intelishade.net/microsoft-outlook/microsoft-outlook-2007-error-0x800ccc90.html
MS has a program PST2GB which allows you to remove part of what in my case was a .pst file that exceeded the 2G limit. April 30, 2009 Rob Thanks Cam. I even had to type long hand the message as I dont even know how to do a screen shot. Phil Reply waheed says: May 22, 2014 at 9:23 am cannot open your default your email folder you must connect to Microsoft exchange with the current profile before you can synchronize https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2022778
Now I can go to sleep. A collective life-saver An additional tips if you are stuck with the pst. July 31, 2008 monica THANK YOU - was waiting for a friend to phone me with porper help - eventually started searching for resolution myself and found this site. Reply Brad says: April 3, 2014 at 4:49 am David, I have spent two days trying to troubleshoot my problem of "loading profile" and after attempting most of the solutions above
If I weren't married, I would want to marry you, Svetlana. Thanks Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: September 26, 2014 at 1:39 pm Hello Peter, It's very difficult to detect the root of the problem remotely. Most of the information in the file is pretty cryptic… so I'm not sure reading it will help all that much. Cannot Start Microsoft Outlook Cannot Open The Outlook Window Invalid Xml The View Cannot Be Loaded March 9, 2009 Bev J It worked!
At my whits end! When I check it keeps finding the server from the Exchange 2013 that we installed to transfer the accounts to, which is now gone. Control Panel > Credential Manager Delete all credentials relating to Outlook/Office 365 It then worked first time!! https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/940226 problem is the product key is in an email which i now cannot access.
After that, you can install Office 2007 just fine, and Outlook opens up like a champ. Cannot Start Microsoft Outlook 2007 The Set Of Folders Cannot Be Opened Hope this helps people out... thank you, thank you, thank you (million times)!!! Reply Post a comment Click here to cancel reply.
Name E-mail (not published) Unfortunately, due to the volume of comments received we cannot guarantee that we will be able to give you a timely response. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/913843 I cannot understand why MS do not have something automated here. Error Microsoft Outlook 2007 Of course… you should be backing up your files as well. Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Most of the problems with pst's come from users not emptying their deleted items folder and the pst gets larger and larger and larger..
It creates a .bak file for safety and when the scan fails etc one has to go pick this bak file and now the MS KB says just go an change this content April 25, 2008 Jim Just want to say thanks! I have Outlook 2002 March 6, 2008 The Geek @Andy Microsoft must be playing hide the utility… they just keep moving it! =) March 6, 2008 onionose Download this…http://www.howto-outlook.com/products/outlooktools.htm March 6, The set of folders cannot be opened. Cannot Start Microsoft Office Outlook. Cannot Open The Outlook Window
Change colors to Windows 7 basic (16 bit color) and Outlook will load fine. Any suggestions as to what I might do next please? For instance; 140062.enuRunning the repair processThe repair process consists out of several steps. weblink Any help is greatly appreciated!
Have reinstalled several times, deleted old Outlook profiles and made sure there are no add-ons attached. Cannot Start Microsoft Outlook Windows 10 October 10, 2010 rose thanks a million! Try to open Outlook and if it starts normally with the newly created profile, copy the data from your old .pst file as explained in the next step, and continue working
Updated the article! July 3, 2008 Stan Thank you for this info. What does that mean to the common end-user: do you use encyption software on your computer? Microsoft Fix It 50511 SAN, reinstall your oulook.
Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: January 21, 2014 at 10:46 am Hi Dave, It's a pity that other easier methods did not work for you : ( Anyway, thanks for your comment Is there a way to get the location of your pst file from something outside of opening the outlook program? So far Retrospect Backup is the only backup utility I've found that's smart enough to shut down Outlook and actually check to make sure it's properly and completely shut down before http://intelishade.net/microsoft-outlook/microsoft-outlook-error-0x80040600.html I'm running windows xp, outlook 2007 February 28, 2011 moe Christi/Marie - were you able to find the scanpst.exe?
I am running Outlook 2000 with Windows XP. m 0 l Mr Davo June 27, 2010 11:25:39 PM Hi Buwish, Thanks for the compliments regarding the tutorial. I will add it to the article for the others to know. So if you are getting close, create a new PST and populat that.
After creating the new PST file I set it to be the default file for future mail receipt. SCANPST will not fix it. Free Webcasts How to Build the Best Cloud-based Disaster Recovery Solution for VMware: Brief Demo Lessons Learned at Microsoft Ignite Application Monitoring 101: Keeping Your Finger on Your Infrastructure's Pulse Security August 27, 2009 Lauren Thank you so much - this worked perfectly!
I just resetnavpane and there it goes. It seems to apply to W2000 and XP. October 20, 2009 Peter WOW !!! is this normal ?
I tried the Scanpst.exe utility out of curiousity but since it appeared to hide or remove all of my inbox and calendar data upon completion of the scan, I just reverted The attempt to log on to Microsoft Exchange Server failed." Deleting the Outlook/Office 365 credentials under the Generic Credential section Control Panel > Credential Manager worked for me. Scanpst is giving me that error and I can't get past it. I had a ton of emails not knowing there was a size limt, and now I can’t locate my outlook.pst file on my computer.
I have Outlook 2007 and this has happened to me twice in the last 4 months. BTW… And in response to Tony Lawrence: Just because "other" e-mail clients do store each e-mail as an individual file (e.g.