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Rebuild the Windows Mail folder

If rebuilding the database does not resolve the issue, follow these steps to rebuild the Windows Mail folder:1. Close Windows Mail.
2. Confirm and copy Store Location of Windows Mail. To confirm Store Location, see Step 1 in “Method 1: Rebuild the message store of Windows Mail” that described above.
3. Click Start and paste the location path that found in Store Location of Windows Mail, place the cursor at the end of the pasted strings, and then press the Backspace key to delete the following strings.

Windows Mail
Notice that the default Windows Mail folder is located in C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\WindowsMail.
4. Press Enter and open the folder.
5. Right-click the Windows Mail folder, and then click Rename.
6. Input old at the end of the folder name and change the folder name as below.

Windows Mailold
7. Start Windows Mail, confirm the Windows Mail folder is automatically created, and then close Windows Mail.

Note If new Windows Mail folder is compressed, you need to uncompress this folder.
8. Double-click the Windows Mailold folder used in Step 6 and open the folder.
9. Double-click Local Folder and copy the following file and paste the file into Local Folder in the new Windows Mail folder.

account{xxxxxxxxxxxxx}.oeaccount

Notice that xxxxxxxxxxxxx will be the numbers or alphabets.
10. If the following folders exist in the Windows Mailold folder, copy each folder into the new Windows Mail folder. • Stationery folder
• Microsoft Community folder

11. Close all folders and import messages in Windows Mail. To import message, use the following steps: a. Start Windows Mail.
b. Click File, point to Import, and then click Message.
c. Click Microsoft Windows Mail 7 in Select Program, and click Next.
d. Press Browse, select the location of Windows Mailold folder in Step 6, and then click Next.
e. Click All folders in Select the folder, and click Next.
f. Click Complete, and then the messages will be imported to Imported Folder.

12. Save the messages in the previous Inbox that imported to Imported Folder in Local Folder. You can select to move any messages from Inbox to each folder.

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This is a sign of corrupt Outlook Mac database. This can be resolved by rebuilding the database. Try out these steps:

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Note You do not have to delete the folders that are in this folder. 3. Restart Windows Media Player. If this does not resolve the problem, clear the Windows Media Player database cache files. To do this, follow these steps: 1. Exit Windows Media Player. 2. If you are running Windows Vista, click Start, click Run, type %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft, and then click OK. 3. Select the Media Player folder, and then click Delete on the File menu. 4. Restart Windows Media Player. For more information, you may refer the following article: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/925718 You may try to install quicktime and then media player might use the codec to play .mov files. Note: Using Third Party Software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from booting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of Third Party Software can be solved. Using Third Party Software is at your own risk. You may refer the following link for more information:. http://www.apple.com/support/quicktime/ Convert music, videos, and pictures from one format to another http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Convert-music-videos-and-pictures-from-one-format-to-another File types supported by media center http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/File-types-supported-by-Windows-Media-Center Hope this information is helpful Good Luck

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Rhapsody (if that's the program you're using) uses a database file to store your library information on your computer (locally). Every time you sign into Rhapsody, this database must synchronize its contents with the Rhapsody servers. Sometimes your local Rhapsody database goes out of sync with the main Rhapsody servers, causing trouble with your library or playlists.

If Rhapsody is unable to resynchronize, you may get this error message. This error can also be caused by local database corruption or security settings blocking the connection to the server. To resolve this issue:

1. First, close Rhapsody, then re-open it and try again.
2. Try resetting your Internet Explorer privacy / security settings for Rhapsody
3. If that doesn't work, try resynchronizing Rhapsody with the server running a simple tool called dbclient
To run the dbclient:
Open My Computer.
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  2. Open the Rhapsody program file folder usually named 'Rhapsody'.
  3. Double-click the dbclient program in this folder (Vista users: right-click dbclient and select Run As Administrator).
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Let me know if this works
Hope this will FixYa problem
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