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if you have been using MS Outlook app for your email, the file extension is either .OST for a personal mailbox or .PST for a mail archive. If you search for either of those terms you should be able to narrow down your search. If it is your personal mailbox, it will be called outlook.ost.
Your OST file is usually located at C:\ Documents and Settings\ username\ Local Settings\ Application Data\ Microsoft\ Outlook\ outlook.ost.
How do you know it was not delivered - i.e., did the sender receive a return email notice that it was undeliverable or did the recipient receive anything at all? If it was sent and just disappeared, there may have been a problem with the email address. If an "undeliverable" notice was returned to the sender, there may have been a problem with the recipient's server, email program or virus software.
Outlook has several settings which prevent certain types of emails from being delivered or received. It attempts to block anything that looks like spam. For example, emails with too many attachments, certain types of extensions, large picture files, emails being sent out to too many people at a time, etc. Some of these setting can be changed, but some cannot. You don't say which version of Outlook you are using. If it has not worked when you are sending the card directly from the Hallmark program using Outlook as your default email program, you might try opening Outlook and creating an email from there and attaching the card.
The source of the problem could also be the virus software of the sender or the receiver.
Follow the below mentioned steps to set Outlook as your default email client.
Steps for Windows 7 and Vista -
- Click Start and in Start search box type 'default programs'. - In Search results, click default programs under Programs. - Now click on 'Set your default programs' and highlight Microsoft Outlook. - Click on 'Set this program as default' and click OK.
Steps for Windows XP and earlier platforms -
- Start Internet Explorer. Select Tools -> Internet Option -> Programs tab. - Under Email, select Microsoft Outlook and click OK.
Suggest to make sure that Outlook Express is set up as your default email program (and not Outlook). To check this open Internet Explorer; select TOOLS, then Internet Options; Programs; and make sure Outlook Express shows as your E-mail client.
Hi, I'm not your installer and I'm in United States. I saw your post and understand how frustrating this is. You need to contact your Internet Service Provider for the information that "Outlook" is looking for. The information is for the EMail Account Setup in Outlook. In Outlook, Select "Tools" from the menu bar and then "Accounts".
You'll need the registered EMail name that you or your provider has set up AND the Password for that account. You also need the Incoming and Outgoing "POP Server" names that ONLY your Internet Service Provider can give to you.
Your "Internet Service Provider" is the company that you have your Internet Cable or DSL Connection with. The one you pay for monthly internet service.
The sender did something wrong, because Outlook can read html without problems. Try to go to the page itself, if you can find the link, or try to open the html attachment in Internet Explorer. (Right-clik > Open with... > Internet Explorer.)
Have you tried the repair option in Outlook? From the help menu, you can choose Detech and Repair. Also, you can choose to repair all of Microsoft Office from the Control Panel, Add and Remove Programs, find Microsoft Office, and click change. Then You can choose to repair.
These all issues are interrelated. As the outlook hangs it creats problems for the emails which are in the out box & will not allow you to move mails to any other sub folders.
To avoid this problem please follow the below mentioned steps:
1. Open the control panel of your system.
2. Go to the classical View & select the Mails option.
3. Go to the Show Profiles Option.
4. Delete all the profiles from the show profile box.
5. Select the option " Always use this profile".
Relaunch your Outlook, it will creat a new outlook profile for you.
Your Outlook will take some time to retrieve all your old mails from the Exchnage server.
This should help you in Resolving your issue.