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I have a message error that states that my outlook window cannot be opened?

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After installing it ur Ms Office might work!

Posted on Jun 06, 2010

  • Naveendra Jun 06, 2010

    This also applicable to inside application of Ms Office.
    So ur OutLookExpress will also work.


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Microsoft Outlook 2013


In most cases it is the corrupted Navigation Pane settings file that prevents Outlook from starting successfully, so the first thing you need to do is to mend it. Here's how you can do this on different operating systems:
1. If you use Vista, Windows 7 or Windows 8, click the Start button. On Windows XP, click Start > Run.
2. Type the following command in the search field:
outlook.exe /resetnavpane
Note: Be sure to enter a space between outlook.exe and /resetnavpane.
3. Press Enter or click on the file in order to reset the Navigation Pane settings and then open Outlook.
Or try to repair your outlook.pst file using Outlook Fix Toolbox
Findit here https://www.fixtoolbox.com/outlookfix.html

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How To Fix 17099 Error In MS Outlook? MS Outlook is one such greatest email...


How To Fix 17099 Error In MS Outlook?
MS Outlook is one such greatest email application which users prefer to use it even if they are working on Mac OS system. To fulfill the need, the Mac Outlook 2011 is entirely developed with a great functionality as that of the Windows operating systems. The Outlook further is known for its huge features such as calendaring, journaling, setting up of appointments etc., in addition to emailing facility for users. Users are thus provided with a multiple interesting features. With enjoying MS Outlook on Mac based system, users may some point in their life encounter errors while sending or even receiving emails, similar to Windows. One such common error is Mac Outlook Error Code 17099 which is defined by a professional team member working at Outlook technical support department that this error restricts users to send or receive email messages directly and states that the mail contains spam features or even may have viruses. The error will immediately crop up when the SMTP server returns a transient error or an unexpected code. This error generates while a user is trying to send emails to a large email groups and their ISP (Internet Service Provider) has specified a maximum number limit.

Steps to fix 17099 error in MS Outlook
Step1: Closing the applications
·It is suggested by users to close all the running applications immediately.
Step2: Application folder
·Tap and hold the 'Option' key for a while and then open the Outlook 2011. Users are allowed to open an "Application" folder and then the "MS Office 2011" to find the utility. Get access to the Office folder, and then hit or simply double-click on the "Microsoft Database Utility" app.
Step3: Database selection
·It is advised by Outlook tech support experts to select the database which needs to be maintained in the "Database Utility" window, and then click on the 'Rebuild' options.
Step4: "Rebuilding Main Identify" option
·You can now see a window known as a 'Rebuilding Main Identify' which will show its progress. On the completion of the progress, users will receive a message will be displayed as "Your database was rebuilt successfully."
·Here you are completely done with the process.
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I keep getting an error message that says, "Microsoft Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook Window. The set of folders cannot be opened. Errors have been detected in the file C:\Users\my name\AppData\Loc


To resolve this problem, use the following steps. On the Start menu click Run. In the Run dialog box, type the following command:

Outlook.exe /resetnavpane

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.

Apr 15, 2013 | Dell Computers & Internet

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Outlook emails are blank


Hi,

What version of Outlook? Unless I hear otherwise, I'll assume you're running
Outlook 2007.

I'm not sure I completely understand what you mean. On a "common" setup,
going from left to right; you have your Navigation Pane, Message List, and
then the Reading Pane (Preview Pane).

What I'm getting out of this is: Your messages are all showing-up in the
Message List. However, you can't see the actual body of the message in the
Reading Pane. When you open the message, you still can't see the actual body
of the message.

Do I have this right? Or, are you saying there is some Window popping-up
behind the main Outlook Window and the message Windows when you open a
message? If so, what is that Window titled? Is there an error or something
on that Window?

If the issue is the message body is no longer displaying in the Reading Pane
or when you open a message, I need to ask if you're using some type of
anti-virus scanner that is hooking into e-mail. I believe AVG is the popular
culprit. There is a "Certify Mail" option in AVG we want to disable.

If there is no AV scanner in-play here (AVG or otherwise), open one of these
Now, select the Options tab above the Ribbon. What format is highlighted
here? Plain Text, HTML, or Rich Text? If it's either of the latter two
formats, try selecting Plain Text (Select Continue on the warning box). Can
you see the body of the message now?
Please post your feedback and Vote if the problem resolved as per your satisfaction.

Jul 12, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 for PC

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Logged on and my email icon was missing as well as other icons. tried to start outlook and the message is simply cannot start outlook. cannot make google my home page as dell4me contiues to override any...


This issue may occur if you deploy Outlook 2003 with the Microsoft Office 2003 Custom Installation Wizard and specify a personal folder (.pst) file in the Windows Installer transform (MST file) by using the Default location for PST files path option. The problem occurs because you specify a file name instead of a folder path.

To resolve this issue for future installations of Office, use the Custom Installation Wizard to edit the MST file. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. On the Change Office User Settings page (page 10 of 24), expand Microsoft Outlook 2003, expand Miscellaneous, and then click PST Settings.
  2. In the right pane, double-click Default location for PST files, and then type the path that you want in the Default location for PST files box. For example, type %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook\.
  3. Click OK, and then follow the steps to complete the wizard. When you have corrected the MST file, deploy Office by using the correct MST file.
To resolve this issue for an existing installation of Outlook that is experiencing this problem, specify the .pst file by using the Mail icon in Control Panel.

Or If you are receiving and Err like
Error message when you start Outlook: "Unable to open the Outlook window," "No profile has been created," or "The list of Profiles cannot be loaded"Follow the step's below:This issue may occur on a computer that is running Windows XP if the Outlook.exe file was configured to open with the Windows program compatibility mode setting. When you set compatibility for Outlook to Windows 95 or to Windows 98/Windows Millennium Edition, Outlook displays this error message. This is because the location of the Outlook Profile information in the registry differs on a Windows XP-based computer.

To resolve this issue, follow these steps:
  1. Locate Outlook.exe.

    Outlook.exe is typically located in one of the following folders, depending on the version of Outlook that you are running:
    • Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office14
    • Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12
    • Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 11
    • Microsoft Outlook 2002 C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 10
    • Microsoft Outlook 2000 C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 9
  2. Right-click Outlook.exe, and then click Properties.
  3. On the Compatibility tab, click to clear the Run this program in compatibility mode for check box.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Try to start Outlook. If you receive error message again, use Method 2.
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Jun 16, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Cannot open Microsoft Outlook


Hi,
I think you are trying to run outlook in Compatibility mode. Which is why Outlook window isn't opening.
You can try following solutions.
1) Search Outlook in start menu search box then right click on outlook and select Open File Location. You can see the following image for this.
cannot-open-microsoft-outlook-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-0.png

2) Now select Outlook and right click on that & select properties.
You can see the following images for that. cannot-open-microsoft-outlook-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-2.png

3) Now click on Compatibility tab and Uncheck the checkbox "run this program in compatibility mode" and at last click on Apply then OK. You can see the following image for this.
cannot-open-microsoft-outlook-w3i35ygaym0a2mtgexp5w2fh-2-5.png
Now, I hope Outlook will work properly.

Jan 22, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Upgraded to Windows 7 on my D509 Desktop. When I try to open MS Outlook, I get a error message stating that Windows has deactived the avgxch32.dll. Where can I get a new driver that will run within...


avgxch32.dll is an AVG anti virus dll. You will need to upgrade AVG to the most current version or change it out for another Anti-Virus program.
If you have the most current version, uninstall it and reinstall a new copy.

Dec 18, 2009 | E-Machines eMachines Desktop PC

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Windows Mail - Transferring Outlook PST file


There is probably a compatibility problem with mail and outlook.

What about installing Outlook onto your Vista computer?

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