After you do this, a tick will appear to the left of the newly created profile, as you see in the screenshot below. I ticked the "Restore my shortcuts ... " box and left the left the "Discard my customised settings and restore default settings" unchecked. I get the same errors on both > versions of outlook. In the adress bar, if I remove the "." it > > > brings the Calander up. check over here
It works now! > John > DotNet-Solutions LLC > > "Patrick Schmid" wrote: > > > Have you already tried creating a new profile via Control Panel, Mail? > > > SCOM monitors: Windows or UNIX/LinuxNetwo… IT Administration MS Applications MS Server Apps PowerPoint Still Works for Businesses. This didn't fix the problem. I believe the best way to tackle this would be to hand in your computer to some local IT professional. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2003-outlook-today-unable-to-display-the-folder.489266/
Now, lert's try again ... So we build another Exchange 2013 in the original domain where the 2003 server was and transferred all the mailboxes back to it. Microsoft Office > > Outlook cannot access the specified folder location.". its working now ;) Thanks team.
Click OK and try to start Outlook. Usually this happens when you'd installed a newer version of Microsoft Office and then installed an older one. So thanks for the pointer. At last, tried to start Microsoft Outlook.
Stay logged in Sign up now! IE8 Mouse Cursor Disappears Internet Explorer 11 Default Search Internet Explorer on Windows XP doesn't save password IPSEC Services won't start - Windows Server 2003 Java application blocked by security settings No success. http://forums.msexchange.org/Unable_to_display_the_folder_Microsoft_Office_Outlook_could_not_access_the_specified_folder_location/m_1800518518/tm.htm Reply JulieAnn says: June 1, 2016 at 1:09 pm Outlook wont open the error message reads Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook.
See below: Registry Key examples: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Today\Folders] "0"="\\Glears's Profile\\Contacts" "1"="\\Hotmail\\Inbox" "2"="\\Hotmail\\Junk E-Mail" "3"="\\Glears's Profile\\Outbox" "4"="\\Glears's Profile\\Calendar" Values changed too: "0"="\Glears's Profile\\Contacts" "1"="\Hotmail\\Inbox" "2"="\Hotmail\\Junk E-Mail" "3"="\Glears's Profile\\Outbox" "4"="\Glears's Profile\\Calendar" As you can see Guest, Jul 10, 2006 #18 Brian Tillman Guest pam <> wrote: > That's what the root folder for my Outlook 2003 is called, yes. Please see David's response bellow (comment #26) for more details. Seems to be working fine after I spend about 6 hours deleting and reinstalling and then everything else above.
But I can't access it through the Outlook > Today home page. https://tipsoutlookexchange.wordpress.com/2012/07/05/unable-to-display-the-folder-outlook-pst/ the file x:\...\outlook.pst could not be accessed." when a blank page shows up. I tried to restore > > defaults in the Outlook Today Personal folders properties, and I obtain the > > same error message. > > > > How can I fix Plus, it includes all Add-in Express features such as True RAD, visual designers, Outlook view and form regions, etc.
Tick "save password". 9. http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-unable-to-open-default-email-folders.html I tried to restore > > > defaults in the Outlook Today Personal folders properties, and I obtain the > > > same error message. > > > > > > But I can't access it through the Outlook > > Today home page. > > Edit the registry entry that contains that bad link. > http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/oltoday.htm > -- > Brian Tillman Thanks Mike...
Microsoft Office > > Outlook cannot access the specified folder location.". In this article you will find really working solutions for "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook" problem that will help you have your Outlook up and running again with no errors. Go into Control Panel and Mail (32bit) and make a new profile and setup the account again. http://kodeuwa.com/outlook-2003/outlook-2003-unable-to-print.html See below: Registry Key examples: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\To day\Folders] "0"="\\Glears's Profile\\Contacts" "1"="\\Hotmail\\Inbox" "2"="\\Hotmail\\Junk E-Mail" "3"="\\Glears's Profile\\Outbox" "4"="\\Glears's Profile\\Calendar" Values changed too: "0"="\Glears's Profile\\Contacts" "1"="\Hotmail\\Inbox" "2"="\Hotmail\\Junk E-Mail" "3"="\Glears's Profile\\Outbox" "4"="\Glears's Profile\\Calendar" As you can
I cannot recommend any particular tool because luckily have never had to use any on my own machine. Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: July 7, 2014 at 9:06 am Hello Bill, Thank you for the information and solution. Loading...
Of course, Windows restore will delete all recent files and programs so you need to back-up everything prior to restoring. Reply Russ says: May 30, 2015 at 2:30 pm OUtlook 2013 wouldn't open because of a problem with Google Chrome which also wouldn't open. I just copied the old one, gave it a new name and viola, worked fine. Check to see if another version of Outlook is running, or try restarting your computer." Obviously, I have Outlook 2007 still installed.
If you upgraded to Outlook 2010 on a computer that already had data files created in previous versions, you will find the outlook.pst file in a hidden folder in these locations: Control Panel > Credential Manager Delete all credentials relating to Outlook/Office 365 It then worked first time!! Thanks "caugheygm" wrote: > Hello all! > > I'm experiencing the same problem but the posted solutions aren't helping > me. have a peek at these guys Delete "Outlook" in outlook files folder. 5.
Melissa Reply jax says: July 13, 2015 at 6:41 pm worked a treat for me!! some Outlook add-in? Extensions: application-level Outlook add-ins Outlook versions: 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 (x86 and x64) .NET Edition: VS 2005, 2008, 2010; VB.NET, C#, C++/CLI .NET Framework: 2.0 and higher VCL Edition: Delphi Click on "Outlook Files" folder under search result. 4.
Thanks a bunch!! I've used the scanpst and all is back to normal now.