When openning Outlook, I keep getting an error that causes Outlook to re-retrieve email from the intrnet provider with an "app crash" message: Fault bucket 1461626331, type 1 Event Name: APPCRASH Response: None
The application dsiplays the same several emails repeatedly, then Outlook closes with an application error logged as: Faulting application Outloook RecoveryToolbox.exe, version 126.96.36.199, time stamp 0x2a425e19, faulting module unknown, version 0.0.0.0, time stamp 0x00000000, exception code 0x80000003, fault offset 0x017272c6, process id 0x18c0, application start time 0x01caeb4d4710f331.
This problem was not occurring before except once before, where the error message indicated it was related to my AVG AntiVirus email protection. I turned off the AVG email feature, and the problem went away; but now, it's back.
Any idea of what this means and how can it be fixed please?
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Re: Keep getting following error in Outlook 2007:
Fault bucket errors can be caused by many things. Sometimes it is a program that is using memory improperly. Also, it can be a hardware issue with the RAM itself. You can Google RAM TEST and find programs that will test your RAM. MS makes one that you make a boot disk and run it. Also, it never hurts to open your computer and make sure the RAM is seated properly. The last time I saw many random bucket errors it turned out to be 2 of 3 RAM sticks weren't properly seated.
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Lightning blew up your computer? How? Did it actually strike the computer... unlikely, but if it did....you now have a molten piece of technology what you can call "to be recycled". :-) What you really mean is lighting caused a power surge with travelled through the wired connections in your home and upset the Operating system as well as some programs, namely your e-mail program. In this case, what e-mail system ae you using? YAHOO, GOOGLE, OUTLOOK?
For any INTERNET type email, you have to contact the appropriate provider's support and explain what happened and hopefully they will have a copy of your emails. FOR MS Outlook... Check your Deleted FOLDER... if it's not there, it's probably residing on the server, BUT.... you have to ensure, the setting "KEEP MESSAGES ON SERVER" is checked in OUTLOOK....
In Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010/2013:
Go to Tools, Account Settings in Outlook 2007; File, Account settings in Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013
Select the Email account, click Change (or double-click on the email account)
Click More Settings
Go to the Advanced tab - leave on server settings are in the lower section
To resolve this problem, use the following steps. On the Start menu click Run. In the Run dialog box, type the following command:
Note: There is a space between "Outlook.exe" and "/resetnavpane" Click OK. Note If you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7, you may not see Run on the Start menu. In this situation, use the following steps to locate the Run option. On the Start menu click All Programs. Click Accessories. Click Run.
This is kind of ugly, but should work. Make note of all the feeds you have that you want to keep.
In the Navigation Pane, open the RSS Feeds folder and delete a feed. Then press F9 to Send/Receive and see if you get the error. If not, add back in the feed if you want to keep it, and delete the next feed in the folder.
If your getting duplicate emails from the same server, either #1 you've configured multiple email accounts for the same email address or #2 see below.
You will find these setting under TOOLS/ OPTIONS/ MAIL SETUP/ Click Email Accounts, under the Email tab, click "change". This will list all accounts. delete any duplicates for the same email address.
#2 If there are no duplicates in Outlook its possible you've told your email server to forward your email to you.
What Outlook does is retrieve this mail from the server, so doing both would result in duplicates as well
Let me know if this helps
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.