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Microsoft outlook 2007 problem

Hi. i can't set up my microsoft outlook. i get the message "connection to microsoft exchange is unavailable. outlook must be online or connected to complete this action." how do i deal with this? i wanna use my outlook to access multiple email accounts and i can't even get to launch it.

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  • Van Estella
    Van Estella May 11, 2010

    check if you have internet connection on the computer you are using.....

  • Anonymous Mar 14, 2014

    when i try top access Outlook i am told the connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to completethis action.

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Also check the pop & smtp server settings or the ports used on your outlook, they must match those set by your ISP

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I can't receive my mail.


Hello,

What type of server that your e-mail account works with?
If you are using POP3 or IMAP account, please configure Incoming mail server.
You should try the given below solution to resolve the occurred issue:

Sol 1:
Open "Microsoft Outlook" >> Click on "File" tab >> "Account Settings" >> "Account Settings", locate your account and click on change.... then click on "More Settings" to configure Incoming mail server.

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If you are using Microsoft Exchange account, check if you use cached exchange mode. If not, enable it. Click on "File" tab >> "Account Settings" >> "Account Settings" locate your exchange account and click on "change...."
Under server settings, check Use cached exchange mode.

You can check another setting to help resolve being able to send but not receive e-mail messages.

You can set up Microsoft Outlook to check for new e-mail messages at intervals of one minute to 1,440 minutes (one day).

On the "Send/Receive" menu, point to "Send/Receive Groups", and then click on "Define Send/Receive Groups".

Select the group that contains the e-mail account that you want to regularly check for messages.

Under Setting for group "group name", select the Schedule an automatic send/receive every x minutes check box.
Enter a number from 1 to 1440 in the minute's box.

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Click on "Close" button. On the Send/Receive menu, click Send/Receive All folders.

Sol 2:

Open "Microsoft Outlook" >> Click on "File" tab >> "Account Settings" >> "Account Settings" >> Click on "Change Folder" button >> Change from whatever it was to: Outlook Data File - Inbox

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Close the dialog, click on send/receive or press F9 button and see if it works.

Thanks & Regards
Captain Ashish

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Microsoft Exchange error message when deleting mail


- Stop the Microsoft Exchange Search Indexer service. Run Stop-Service MSExchangeSearch if you are into Shell.
- Browse to where the database files are located on the disk. Along with the database file, you will see a folder with "CatalogData-random string" as its name. Delete this folder, which stores the corrupt index.
- Restart the Microsoft Exchange Search Indexer service. Run Start-Service MSExchangeSearch if you are into Shell.
- Give it a minute and a new folder will be created and a new index will be built.
If you are still experiencing the issue after applying this fix you can try Exchange Server Repair Toolbox https://www.repairtoolbox.com/exchangeserverrepair.html

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Microsoft outlook menu missing


The "Out of Office Assistant" is a Microsoft Outlook feature that allows users to send automatic replies to people who send emails to them when they are out of the office or otherwise unavailable.
This feature is only available to Outlook users with Microsoft Exchange Server email accounts. Most personal email accounts through home Internet service providers do not support this feature.
If your Out of Office Assistant is missing from your "Tools Menu," it may be disabled, turned off or not installed.

Confirm that the Out of Office Assistant is installed and turned on.
To access the "Out of Office Assistant" menu command, you must be in mail view. It is not accessible from "Calendar," "Tasks," "Notes" or "Journals."
From your Inbox, click "Tools," "Options," the "Other" tab and select "Advanced Options."
Click "Add-in Manager" and select the "Exchange Extensions Commands" check box.
Try to access your "Out of Office Assistant."
If the Exchange Extensions Commands" check box is not available in the "Add-in Manager," proceed to Next Step .
Check that the "Exchange Extensions Commands" are enabled. Click "Help," then "About Microsoft Office Outlook" and select "Disabled Items."
If "Exchange Extensions Commands" is set to "Disabled," select it and click "Enable."
Attempt to use the "Out of Office Assistant" command. If it's still not available, proceed to Next Step .


Install "outex.ecf." From your "Tools" menu, click "Options" and select "Add-in Manager."
Then click "Install" and select "outex.ecf."
Click "Open."

Try to use the "Out of Office Assistant."
If you are still unable to use the "Out of Office Assistant," contact your system administrator.

Troubleshoot the Out of Office Assistant
http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/troubleshoot-the-out-of-office-assistant-HP005242235.aspx?CTT=5&origin=HP005242238

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Outlook 2007 will not start. Get Message: Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. And a big red X Hoping ican get some help on this. is there any way of reinstalling outlook...


Good news and bad news....

The good news is the problem can be fixed...

The bad news is you have to recreate your profile for Outlook, which means anything that is not still on the server is lost. If you are working with an Exchange server, this will not be an issue. You will just have to remap your PST files, if applicable.


Navigate to c:\documents and settings\%username%\application data\microsoft and look for the folder called outlook. Rename the folder to outlook.000. Now, navigate to c:\documents and settings\%username%\local settings\microsoft and find the outlook folder in there. Do the same, rename the folder to outlook.000.

NOTE: If you are on a domain, the "Application Data" and "Local Settings" folders may be located on the user's home drive (the network drive under my computer)

As soon as both the folders are renamed, restart Outlook. You will have to re-create a profile. If you are using Exchange, contact your system administrator for the specifics of the profile setup. If you are using a POP3, IMAP, HTTP, or other server, check with your email service provider for the specifics on the profile setup. Once the new profile is complete, you will be able to access outlook again.

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Hi there,

open your outlook, go to tools, go to email accounts at the bottom or account settings... add email

account>>select pop3>>enter your details in there... click next and there you go...

was i helpful enough?

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Microsoft exchange server problems


Delete the email accound and create it again but dont check the exchange option. Use POP3.

Nov 10, 2008 | Microsoft Outlook 2003 for PC

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How to connect to the exchange server programmatically?


Either using Outlook (local access), Outlook Web Access (Internet access) or Exchange ActiveSync (Smartphone/PDA access).
All of these methods allow you to access your Contacts.
They use MAPI (Mail Application Protocol Interface).

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Microsoft outlook web access


it's probably because yahoo doesn't recidnise the ip of the mail server, is it connected to a domain name?

but in yahoo you can probably set your server to be allowed in (on user level)

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