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Have you checked the other Office applications?

 

Try to start Outlook in safe mode and test the results.

 

Click Start, point to all Programs, and then point to Microsoft Office. Press and hold the CTRL key, and then click Microsoft Outlook.

 

If the problem does not occur in the safe mode, this issue might be related to some third-party add-ins in the Office program, we can try to disable them by following the steps below.

 

a) Click on File menu, click Options > Add-ins > Go button besides Manage: Com-in Add.

 

b) Check if there are add-ins listed, clear the checkbox to disable them.

 

c) Close the Office program and restart it.

 

d) Disable each add-in one at a time, restart the Outlook, and repeat the above procedure. If the issue reappears again, it will help you to determine which add-in is causing this issue.

 

If the problem persists in safe mode, try a new Outlook profile and check. See More ( )

 

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Outlook Error 0x8004010F

When you try to send or to receive email in Outlook 2010, you may receive one of these error messages:

 

0x8004010F: Outlook data file cannot be accessed.

 

or

 

0x8004010F: The operation failed. An object could not be found.

 

To resolve error 0x8004010F , identify the current location of your default Outlook data file, and then create a new Outlook profile. To do this follow these steps:

 

Step 1- Locate the default Outlook data file

 

Click here to show information on how to locate the default Outlook data file.

 

Step 2 - Create a new Outlook profile

 

Now that you know the name and location of the default data file for your profile, follow ONLY one of these methods to create a new Outlook profile:

 

Method 1: Use auto account setup to create an IMAP or POP3 email account.

 

Method 2: Manually create an IMAP or POP3 email account.

 

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Microsoft Office Starter 2010 error

 

If Word Starter 2010 or Excel Starter 2010 cannot be opened, uninstall and reinstall Microsoft Office Starter 2010:

 

Click Start

 

(or Start > Run in Windows XP).

 

Type appwiz.cpl, and then press Enter.

 

Before going any further, make sure you see Microsoft Office 2010 in the list of installed programs. You'll need to use this program later to reinstall Office Starter 2010 on the computer.

Click Microsoft Office Starter 2010, and then click Uninstall (or Remove in Windows XP). See image.

 

Click Yes and follow the instructions to uninstall Office Starter 2010. See image.

 

To reinstall Office Starter 2010, click Start > All Programs > Microsoft Office 2010. See image.

 

Click Use. See image.

 

And then click Open. This will re-install Office Starter 2010. See image.

 

If the error continues to occur, you may have to do a full restore of the computer to reinstall Microsoft Office Starter 2010. We recommend you contact the computer manufacturer to talk about your options before you do this. Read More ( )

 

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How to Delete Error Messages in Outlook Express

How to Delete Error Messages in Outlook Express | Microsoft Outlook Support | Scoop.it

The "Server Error: 421" error message appears in Outlook Express when you are on a server that is utilizing a POP3 connection and you attempt to send out an email to another account using the POP3 connection. The error message appears because the number of connections on the server is set too low. The number of connections needs to be set higher for the error and its messages to disappear. " Error 0X800ccc90" or "Error 0x800ccc18" is an error in which the Outlook Express program mistakenly stops your password from being authenticated, thus preventing you from logging into Outlook Express. This error can be fixed from within the Outlook Express program.

 

Instructions

 

Error 421

 

Access and run the Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator utility. The process used to set up the server will cause the access path to the utility to vary.

 

Locate the "Connections" icon in the Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator’s left navigation pane. This is for the server that you want to administer. Find the "Internet Mail Service" icon in the right navigation pane and double click it to open the "Properties" dialog box.

 

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Click the "Connections" tab, then click the "Advanced" button. The configuration dialog will open up.

 

Move the number in the "Max No. of Inbound Connections" higher, until the error is rectified. For example, begin with 100 and if this does not solve the error, continue to go higher until the error is fixed.

 

Close the program dialog boxes to save recent changes.

 

Error 0X800ccc90/Error 0x800ccc18

 

Open and run Outlook Express and click on the "Tools" option in the main menu.

 

Choose the "Accounts" option under the "Tools" menu.

 

Click on your email account to select it and choose the "Log on using" option.

 

Click on "Servers" in the "Log on using" menu. Select the "Clear Text" option to rectify this error.

 

You can now log on without any issues.

 

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To install an Office 2010 product on a workstation, use one of the following supported methods:

To install an Office 2010 product on a workstation, use one of the following supported methods: | Microsoft Outlook Support | Scoop.it

Run Setup from an Office 2010 CD.


Run Setup from a downloaded installation source provided by a
Microsoft web site.


Run Setup from a server where a network image or a compressed CD
image of the Office 2010 programs is stored. This image includes tools that
large organizations may use to run the Microsoft Office Setup program such as
Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS).


Use Group Policy to assign an Office 2010 product on computers
that have Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3), Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2,
Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista Service Pack 1, or Windows 7 installed.

Note You can install an Office 2010


product on a dual-boot computer.

 

The following installation methods are supported only if you are using the
Microsoft Professional Support offering and if the deployment is part of an
Office Deployment Advisory Service (ODAS) case.

Create and distribute a custom CD that is based on the Office
2010 CD.


Create a system image (copy), and then replicate the image on
the users' compute.

 

Description of the Office Deployment Advisory service

 

To create a system image that includes the Office 2010 programs,
and to replicate that image on the target computers, follow these steps:

Perform a clean installation of the operating system. To install
the Office 2010 product, the computer must be running one of the following
operating systems:


Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) or later versions of Windows XP
(32-bit only)


Windows Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1) or later versions of Windows
(32-bit or 64-bit)


Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2) or later versions of
Windows Server 2003 (32-bit or 64-bit) with MSXML 6.0 installed
Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit availability only)
Windows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit)


Terminal Server and Windows on Windows (WOW) (which allows
installing 32-bit versions of Office 2010 on 64-bit operating systems)

(http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee624351(office.14).aspx)

.

Perform a clean installation of the Office 2010 product with the
features and preferences that you want.
Create a system image of the computer. This image can be a
partition image or a full hard disk image.
Then, replicate the system image on the target computers.

Troubleshooting an installation of Office

 

If you have problems running the Office 2010 program, contact Microsoft
Customer Support Services. If you have problems installing Office 2010 by
using a Microsoft utility other than the Setup program, contact the correct
Microsoft product support group. If you are using a third-party utility,
contact the manufacturer of that product. Use the following methods to
troubleshoot problems that you have when you install an Office 2010 product:

Determine whether this problem occurs only on one computer.

To do this, reinstall Office on the problem computer by using the method that
you used to install the current installation of Office. If the problem is not
corrected, run Setup.


Determine whether this problem occurs on multiple computers or
for multiple users. To do this, run Setup on another computer, or log on to the
computer as a user, and then run Setup. If the problem is corrected, the
previous method of installing Office was not successful. If you used a
third-party utility, contact the manufacturer of that utility. If running Setup
does not resolve the problem, contact @ techbuddiesonline.com

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CLR20r3 outlook.exe error

Fresh install of volume-licensed Office 2010 x86 and BCM 2010 on Windows 7 x64 workstation. BCM 2010 upgraded from 2007 on remote SQL machine - below is dump from error log:

 

Problem signature:

 

Problem Event Name: CLR20r3

 

Problem Signature 01: outlook.exe

 

Problem Signature 02: 14.0.4760.1000

 

Problem Signature 03: 4ba8ff82

 

Problem Signature 04: mscorlib

 

Problem Signature 05: 2.0.0.0

 

Problem Signature 06: 4bebe8e2

 

Problem Signature 07: 3180

 

Problem Signature 08: 56

 

Problem Signature 09: System.InvalidOperationException

 

OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.4

 

Locale ID: 1033

 

Additional information about the problem:

 

LCID: 1033

 

skulcid: 1033

 

Outlook launches when BCM add-in is disabled.

 

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Outlook 2010 not responding, hangs, freezes or stopped working

You receive an “Outlook not responding” error, or Outlook hangs, freezes or stops working when opening a file or sending mail.

 

Problems with Outlook hanging, freezing or not responding may occur for one or more of the following reasons:

 

This issue can occur if you have not installed the latest updates.

 

Outlook may be in use by another process.

 

A previously installed add-in may be interfering with Outlook.

 

Your mailbox may be too large.

 

You may need to repair your Office 2010 programs.

 

Outlook data files may have become corrupt, or damaged.

 

Antivirus software may be outdated, or conflicting with Outlook.

 

Your user profile may have become corrupt.

 

Another program may be conflicting with Outlook.

 

Resolution

 

Follow the provided methods in this article in order. If you have previously tried one of these methods and it did not help, go to another method quickly from this list:

 

Method 1: Install the latest updates

 

Method 2: Check to make sure Outlook is not in use by another process

 

Method 3: Investigate possible issues with add-ins

 

Method 4: Check to see if your mailbox is oversized

 

Method 5: Repair your Office 2010 programs

 

Method 6: Repair your Outlook data files

 

Method 7: Check to see if your antivirus software is up-to-date or conflicting with Outlook

 

Method 8: Create a new user profile in Outlook

 

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How to Troubleshoot Outlook Express Error 0X800ccc90

How to Troubleshoot Outlook Express Error 0X800ccc90 | Microsoft Outlook Support | Scoop.it

 

If you're an Outlook Express user trying to log on and you get an Error 0X800ccc90, which stops your password from being authenticated, you can quickly fix this error from the program's internal options.

 

Instructions

 

Select "Tools" from the Outlook main menu after receiving the error.

 

Select "Accounts" in the "Tools" menu.

 

Choose from a complete range of certificates with the strongest SSL.

 

Select your email account and select "Log on using."

 

Click "Servers" in the "Log on using" menu and select "Clear Text" to troubleshoot the error. You will now be free to log on as normal without any problems.

 

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How to Fix an Outlook Express POP Email Error

How to Fix an Outlook Express POP Email Error | Microsoft Outlook Support | Scoop.it

Outlook Express is a popular email client that is utilized by a large number of computer users for home and work email. One of the reasons that so many people use Outlook is that it came as a standard software installation with legacy versions of Internet Explorer. If you are a regular user of Outlook Express, you may sometimes encounter errors when trying to send and receive email.

 

If you encounter a “POP error” while using Outlook Express, the problem can be solved without having to seek out professional assistance.

 

Instructions

 

Confirm that your computer is connected to the Internet. In order to do this, open the Internet Explorer Browser on your computer and navigate to any Web page. If you successfully load a Web page, you are connected to the Internet. If you fail to connect to the Internet, restart your computer and reset your Internet connection and try this step again.

 

Open Outlook Express and click on the “Tools” menu button. Then, select the "Accounts" menu option followed by the "Mail" menu tab.

 

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Double left click your email account listed on the subsequent menu. If there are multiple accounts that are listed on the account listing, select the one that is giving you the "POP Email Error."

View the "Properties" menu box that opens on your computer screen. Verify the SMTP server address, POP3 server address, SMTP port number and POP3 port number, against the information that your Internet service provider has given you.

 

Correct any entries that are not the same as your Internet Service Providers configuration requirements and select the "Apply" menu button. Exit Outlook Express and restart the program. Your POP Email Error will now be corrected.

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