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Closing Outlook 2007

No matter which button I use to close Outlook (File Exit, the X at top right, or the Inbox Button Close command) I get an error when I start it back up. Is there a preferred process for closing Outlook 2007?

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Go to File, exit

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How can I tell if SCANPST.EXE is running when it does a repair?


You can use Outlook Repair Set. Outlook repair solution is designed for repairing damaged email folders in Outlook and fixing email errors, caused by disk issues, file system problems and other errors.

For more: https://www.outlookrepairkit.com/

Aug 31, 2015 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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How to disable "Perform an automatic send/receive when exiting" in Outlook 2007...


How to disable "Perform an automatic send/receive when exiting" in Outlook 2007

If you are having trouble with Outlook closing it is possible that there is a problem with Outlook its self. However one of the things that I have found is that the "Perform an automatic send/receive when exiting" option is turned on. Below is the steps to check to see if this in enabled in Outlook 2007.

1. Click on Tools then Options in the menu bar.

2. Once in Option click on the Mail Setup tab

3. Click on the Send/Receive button.

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4. Make sure "Perform an automatic send/receive when exiting" is unchecked

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5. Click Close

6. Click OK

Note normally in a corporate environment this is not turned. If "Perform an automatic send/receive when exiting" was already disabled and you are still having trouble with Outlook closing you may need to reinstall Office on the computer.

on Apr 17, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 for PC

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Repair Outlook 2007 OST File


Delete the OST and let it be recreated from the server. It is all redundant data. You can use Outlook Repair Toolbox restores information and data from corrupted *.PST and *.OST Microsoft Outlook files all versions (ANSI and Unicode). Outlook Repair Toolbox

Apr 23, 2015 | Microsoft Business & Productivity Software

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How to repair outlook pst file


To restore a file .pst, follow these steps:

From the Start menu, click Run.

In the Open box, type:

Code: Select all

drive: \ Program Files \ Common Files \ System \ Mapi \ KodYazyka \ scanpst.exe

Click OK.

In the Enter the name of the file, enter the path and file name listed in the error message above.

Note. May not be able to use the Browse button to locate the file, t. To. It is located in a hidden folder.

To change the logging during the scan, click Options. If the switch is set to replace or supplement protocol protocol, the log file will be saved in the same folder as the file .pst.

Click the Start button.

When the scan is finished a file, select Create a backup copy of the file before restoring.

Click the Restore button.

If the file has been successfully restored, a message is displayed that the recovery is complete. If using a recovery program "Inbox" file is not recovered, you will need to use a backup file.

Or try to recover files through the program Outlook Repair Kit. She saved me many times.

[url=http://www.microsoftoutlook.repair/]http://www.microsoftoutlook.repair/[/url]

Still I recommend to visit this forum

[url=http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook/604-how-to-recover-pst-file-is-too-large]http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook/604-how-to-recover-pst-file-is-too-large[/url]





Still I recommend to visit this forum

[url=http://www.microsoftoutlook.repair/]http://www.microsoftoutlook.repair/[/url]

Dec 03, 2014 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Can't open or close microsoft outlook. the button on the bottome right is grey with a small x on it


Usually I solve my problems with outlook emails with the aid of one instrument. I found it at one soft forum, the tool proved that it was quite reliable and should quickly help in similar problem - repair pst file.

Dec 11, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Upon opening my Outlook "Personal Folders" I receive an error message indicating that I improperly closed the files at last session. What is the proper procedure for closing the folders? Thanks.Bill C.


This kind of message usually occurs when the computer crashes, or Outlook otherwise closes without completing the housekeeping it normally does when you close the program. If you are working on a laptop and it didn't recover from hibernating properly that might cause this kind of problem,

If you click File, then Exit to close Outlook in the future that should minimize or eliminate the problem.

Jan 31, 2010 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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File as order, Full Name order issues


To Reset your viewes in Outlook , use this Run Command
Make sure you close Outlook

Start > Run > Outlook /Safe

Apr 11, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 for PC

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Can't run outlook 2007


Try opening Outlook from run command window
Start > Run > Outlook /safe

If it works fine close outlook

Go to following registry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\Outlook\Addins

Delete the addin key from the regitry

Happy computing :)

Apr 09, 2009 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Personal Data File did not close properly


Hope this solves it for you! Here's the official word from Microsoft:
If you receive one or more of these error messages, you may experience performance issues until Outlook finishes the reconciliation process for the .ost file or for the .pst file. The following gear icon is displayed in the status bar while Outlook checks the data file in the background: Collapse this imageExpand this imageol2007gearicon.jpg When this icon disappears, the .pst file or the .ost file is reconciled. If you exit Outlook while the gear icon is present, reconciliation must restart the next time that you run Outlook. We recommend that you leave Outlook running until the gear icon disappears before you exit Outlook.

An incorrectly shut down .ost file or .pst file may occur for one of the following reasons:
  • Antivirus scanning of the file
  • Forced Microsoft Windows shutdown before the Outlook.exe process shuts down completely
  • Outlook add-ins
If you see this issue frequently, and you have to exit Outlook shortly before you shut down your computer, it may be better to shut down Windows while Outlook is still running. We recommend that you do this instead of exiting Outlook and then shutting down Windows shortly after that.

Dec 26, 2008 | Microsoft Office Outlook 2007: Windows

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Outlook 2007 slow on closing and crashes on open


Your computer might be using caching. Can you tell me how much RAM you have on your computer? If you have 2GB of RAM i would recommend disabling the caching. This slows down the system quiet a bit (since it uses miliseconds instead of nanoseconds). Your computer is as fast as the slowest component.  I would also suggest defragging the drive.

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