Currently the plan is to just turn off archiving for the Outlook 2010 users and leave all the mails in the mailbox until we get Exchange 2010 going and the archiving No, create an account now. PS: I use a Toshiba Satellite, Pentium 4, 1 GB RAM, 60 GB HDD, 2.8 mhz, with Windows XP Professional SP1. Or does Outlook hang, freeze, or stop working when you're opening a file or sending an email message? weblink
Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Discussion in 'Windows Legacy Support (XP and earlier)' started by Rasu, Mar 16, 2004. I am sure there is a message that is corrupt in your inbox, outbox or deleted items folder causing the problem. That has fixed similar issues for me with changes/moves of .pst files. 1 Pimiento OP stevet104 Jul 18, 2013 at 8:42 UTC 1st Post I don't know the
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Delete the corrupt message from the web based mailbox and try the send/receive function in Outlook again. Last modified: January 6, 2014 Related Content Outlook crashes upon selecting folder Outlook crashes upon send/receive Starting Outlook in Safe Mode Cannot use Word as email editor Why did Outlook crash? HELP! I'm thinking about going this route. 0 Poblano OP Helpful Post Michael.Y Jul 18, 2013 at 8:07 UTC I would use the SCANPST.exe to verify there are no
First Name Last Name Email Join Now or Log In Oops, something's wrong below. To recover, start Outlook in Safe Mode and reset the view for that folder; Outlook 2002/XP and previous View-> Current View-> Customize Current View…-> Reset Current View… Outlook 2003 and Outlook Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by Rasu, Mar 16, 2004. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2764344 To scan your pst-file for errors you can use the Inbox Repair Tool (scanpst.exe).
There are a number of possible reasons for Outlook to behave this way. Hell, I've even tried it with a test account that is an administrator, tried recreating the Outlook profile and the result is the same. If Outlook isn't working on a large or long process, move on to the next step. Does anyone have any experience with the built in archiving in Exchange 2010?
Note: If you are getting send/receive errors instead of crashes, see the guide; Send/Receive errors Disable virus scanner integration This is really where to start. have a peek at these guys but I need to access my emails in Outlook, along with my calendar and notes etc etc, which I use very regularly; and keep it synced with my Palm. Please suggest how I can resolve this! If the pst-file is reaching the 2GB (usually around 1.8GB) and you are using an ANSI formatted pst-file, your are reaching the limit of the pst-file.
If creating a new profile solves your issue, you can return to the Show Profiles dialog and delete your old profile. Once it is done try importing the old pst file items one at a time. Outlook 2002 and previous View-> Preview Pane-> Off Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 View-> Reading Pane-> Off Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013tab View-> Reading Pane-> Off Temporarily disable the Reading Pane http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2002/outlook-2002-only-starts-in-safe-mode-after-applying-update-of-jan-22-2002.html Common causes for such a crash or freeze to happen is that there is a corruption in either the first message of that folder, the view of that folder is corrupted
CarnageReport replied Feb 21, 2017 at 7:39 PM How does a Windows 7 backup work? Enter an email address and a password for the primary email account you use in Outlook and then walk through the steps to create the profile. Last modified: June 10, 2011 Related Content Cannot Edit Send/Receive Settings Update broke my Outlook Send/Receive Don’t receive all messages in Plain Text Outlook crashes upon selecting folder Don’t send emails
Pst-file corruption and size If your pst-file holds any corruptions, then writing new data to it could crash Outlook as well. Rollin_Again replied Feb 21, 2017 at 7:18 PM Make Four Words dotty999 replied Feb 21, 2017 at 7:09 PM Word List Game #14 dotty999 replied Feb 21, 2017 at 7:03 PM You can find the file in the following location; Windows 7 and Windows Vista C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook\ Windows XP C:\Documents and Settings\%username%\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\ Note 1: The file is called
If so you have some options such as keeping PSTs locally and copying them to a server at night. This will require a script to make sure Outlook is closed before Reboot http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/81c93d5d-7d21-4bfa-8ef4-9f18692e32c0/complete-outlook-2010-lockup-when-accessing-archive-pst-files 0 Tabasco OP Faythi Jul 22, 2013 at 2:53 UTC No luck there, we have our offline files disabled through GPO. 0 This discussion has Microsoft Outlook Home PageOfficial site from Microsoft OutlookCodeProgramming for Outlook Copyright MSOutlook.info 2007-2017. this content Email Password Log In Forgot your password?
All rights reserved. Clicking repair doesn't seen to fix anything though, as when I rescan I get the same messages. If repairing your Office programs didn't resolve your issue, move on to the next step. but I need to access my emails in Outlook, along with my calendar and notes etc etc, which I use very regularly; and keep it synced with my Palm.
Rasu, Mar 16, 2004 #1 mairving Joined: Jul 10, 1999 Messages: 5,538 Location: Arlington, TN If you are also running Windows XP, then turn off IM in Outlook; Tools/Options/Other. How big are these PST files? Which version of Outlook were they created in? It's possible they haven't been converted to unicode. Well, "converted" is misleading since you have to Starting Outlook in Safe Mode is always a good way to begin your troubleshooting. Thanks...
If our automated tool can't fix your issue, you aren't using Office 365 for business, or you'd like to talk to support, you can contact the Answer Desk. If so, select the folder where you moved the message to. Microsoft doesn't support accessing them over a network and it can cause what you're describing. 1 Chipotle OP Odd-i-T Jul 18, 2013 at 6:23 UTC I was having Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
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