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Is there a method to repair corrupted Outlook 2010 Address Book?


To fix this you can remove the Outlook Address Book service, restart Outlook, and then add it again as indicated by the steps above.
Sadly this workaround will not work in Outlook 2007, 2010 and 2013 as removing the Outlook Address Book service is not supported in these versions. In this case, you must recreate your mail profile.
(Re)creating a mail profile..
1. Press the button Add...
-Do NOT use Copy... not even when you want to recreate your mail profile or you'll end up copying the corruption as well.
-Do NOT delete your old profile, not even when it is corrupted, before you verified that the new one works. You might want to lookup some account settings afterwards.
2. Enter a name for your new Mail Profile.
3. Select to add a new mail account.
4. Make sure you choose the correct account type. Ask your ISP or
administrator if you do not know this.
-If you are using Live Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo or AOL, you can find the settings you need here.
-In Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013, you can simply type your desired display name, email address and password and Outlook will try to determine and configure your account automatically.
If this fails you can still choose to configure it manually with the
information provided by your ISP.
If actions on above can't get back your address book, then try third
party software Address Book Repair Toolbox
http://www.addressbook.repairtoolbox.com/

Apr 01, 2015 | Microsoft Outlook 2010

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Creating a New Profile in Outlook 2003


Creating a new profile in Outlook

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  • Starting from the picture above, choose Properties, Show Profiles, Add…
  • Create the profile name, then click Next, the only choice will be Microsoft Exchange server, then the Next button will be available.
  • For Server name type in the appropriate mail server (NYMAIL for NY, etc.) and the Last Name of the user, then click on Check Name to resolve name with Global Address list then click Next and Finish.
  • With the new profile highlighted, click Properties, Email Accounts…, then click below Directory on View or change existing … and Next.
  • You should see Outlook Address Book, click on Change and click on File As (Smith, John) in the Show Names by box and then click on Close and then Finish and then Close again.
  • (Note: If you do not see Outlook Address Book, click on Add…, then click on Additional Address Books, confirm Outlook Address Book is selected and click Next. You should see Outlook Address Book, click on Change and click on File As (Smith, John) in the Show Names by box and then click on Close and then Finish and then Close again.)
  • Switch to the newly created profile under Always use this profile and then click OK.
  • Log user into Outlook using the new profile, you should see the creation of a new local outlook.ost file and it will have the message in the lower left corner Updating folders.
  • Close Outlook.
The next step is to locate the user’s old auto name completion file (*.NK2) and re-name it using the new profile name, the file will be in the following location:
C:\Documents and Settings\userid\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook
Copy the old *.NK2 file to C:\Temp then rename it to the new profile name.NK2 then copy the file back to the original location and overwrite the existing file (if you don’t get a prompt to overwrite, you have the wrong profile name).
Restart Outlook and confirm the user can see their Contacts when addressing a new email as well as the Client Matter Email Addresses in the Public Folder:

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If they are not present, go to the Folder List view in Outlook, right click on the Contacts folder, go to Properties, then to the Outlook Address Book tab and check the box as seen below:
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For blackberry users only
If the user has a blackberry, the new profile must be also configured in the Desktop Manager.
Open the users Desktop Manager, open the Redirector Settings, click on the Advanced tab, then in the Account Settings section, click on Profile Settings and change to the newly created profile and click OK. It will give you the prompt that the Desktop Manager will need to be re-started in order for the new settings to take effect, click OK and OK again and then close and restart the Desktop Manager. The users unit must be plugged in for it to re-synch and then you are completed

on Dec 15, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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Cant send emails in outlook


Because of the age of this question, save yourself ALOT of headaches and use Gmail:

Dec 12, 2012 | Microsoft Outlook 2001 (outlook2001) for...

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Error Message:"Unable to open your


Based on my research, the problem may be related to many factors, please try following steps to narrow down the problem.

Step 1: Disable Anti-Virus programs or some other third party program

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Please disable any Anti-Virus, firewalls, spy, Anti-Spam programs and check whether you have installed any third party program related to Outlook on your computer. If so, please temporarily disable it.

Does the problem still persist? If so, please go on to the next step:

Step 2: Start Outlook in Safe Mode

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1. Quit Outlook.

2. Choose Start menu -> Run

3. Type "Outlook.exe /safe" and click OK. (Without quotation marks but there is a space in front of "/")

Please perform a test in Outlook Safe Mode.

If the problem persists in Outlook Safe Mode, Please try next step.

Step 3: Create a new profile

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Please create a new profile to see if the problem is caused by the corrupt profile

1. Close Outlook.

2. Click Start, and click Control Panel. Click Mail icon.

3. Click Show Profiles.

4. In the "When starting Microsoft Office Outlook, use this profile:" area, please select "Prompt for a profile to be used"

5. Click Add and type the new profile name as you like in the Profile name box.

Note: Please don't choose the same name of your original profile.

6. Choose "Add a new e-mail account" and click Next.

7. Choose your email type and type the necessary information. (You can gain information of the email account from the ISP)

8. Click Next and click Finish.

9. Reopen Outlook. Choose the new profile in the profile list and click OK.

For more information, please refer to the following Knowledge Base article:

287072 OL2002: How to Create a New E-mail Profile for Outlook

http://support.microsoft.com/?id=287072

Note: This article also applies to Outlook 2003

Is the problem resolved in the new profile? If yes, you could import your data from the original profile. You can refer to the following Knowledge Base article on how to import Outlook data:

Q287070 OL2002: How to Back Up, Restore, or Move Outlook Data

http://support.microsoft.com/default...b;en-us;287070

Note: This article also applies to Outlook 2003


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Feb 15, 2011 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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I'm running Outlook 03 ... no problems until yesterday. While trying to send an email w/a 18MG attachment, Outlook has frozen. It will not send & will not allow it to be deleted or moved into...


Create a new profile on your Control Panel > Mail > Show Profile > Add..
Check it.
Import .pst file from old profile (dont import outbox!).

Connfirm if works.

Thanks

Nov 06, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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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.

Oct 24, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook 2007 Academic Full...

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Microsoft office outlook has stopped working


Create a new profile for yourself in MS Outlook and configure your e-mail account in it. Hopefully this should resolve the problem.
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Are you using any personal folders (.pst) in Outlook?

If the asnwer is yes; then were these personal folders created in Outlook 2003 or some earlier version of Outlook? In any case, if the older type personal folders are large in size, these can cause Outlook 2003 to stop responding or freezing.

Close MS Outlook; right click on the MS Outlook icon showing in the startup programs bar and choose properties; choose 'Show Profiles'; choose copy profile and then choose this new profile in the 'Always use this profile' option.

MS Outlook should now hopefully work fine.

Jul 20, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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Outlook / outlok exp


1 sorry I don't understand first question. if you detail I'll probably be able to help you/
2. If Mail server is POP you can create a new profile for Outlook in Control panel. Remove old profile and do not import nothing into new profile

Jan 13, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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Ms office outlook


Start > control panel > Mail > Show profile .Add Profile > give a name for your profile > Cancel >ok

check the box always prompt for profile to be used > apply ok .

Open outlook

Nov 22, 2008 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 for PC

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