Troubleshooting Errors in Microsoft® Outlook® 2010
Need to troubleshoot errors in Microsoft® Outlook® 2010?
Microsoft Outlook 2010 is used as an e-mail application and also provides calendar, task and contact management. It can be used as a stand-alone application and also operates in conjunction with a Microsoft Exchange Server to provide enhanced functions for multiple users in an organization. It includes some new features such as the revised ribbon interface, backstage view that hides your active Inbox or Calendar and Quick Steps option. There are some advanced features like Conversation View, which automatically groups related e-mail replies into conversations and Social Connector. You will be able to define multiple Microsoft Exchange accounts under a single profile in Outlook 2010.
Following are the tips to resolve errors in Microsoft Outlook 2010:
- Outlook failed to start
- Error with Send/Receive
- Not implemented
Outlook failed to start
This error might occur when you start Microsoft Outlook 2010. When a problem is detected during startup, Outlook automatically fixes the problem, and allows the program to start with certain add-ins and extensions turned off. You will be able to start in ‘Safe Mode’, disable all those add-ins or extensions that won’t start or remove corrupted resources, files, registry, or templates. In order to view a list of the disabled items, select ‘Disabled Items’ in the ‘Managelist’ of ‘Add-ins’ section from the Outlook Options dialog box. To enable it again, select the item in the ‘Disabled Items’ dialog box, and then click ‘Enable’.
Error with Send/Receive
This error might occur during the syncronization of Hotmail account in Outlook by using the Outlook Hotmail Connector. This error can happen when a folder is deleted in the Outlook and then deleted from the web or while deleting a secondary or shared calendar folder in the Outlook Hotmail Connector. The reason for this issue can be identified by reading the most recent sync issue in the Sync Issues subfolder of Outlook Hotmail Connector account’s folders. If the issue is caused by a mail folder, copy the folder and rename the copy to a temporary name and delete the original folder from your mail and in Microsoft Outlook. If the folder is the name of a secondary calendar folder, click on the calendar folder that has been deleted from Outlook but exists on the web.
This error message is displayed when users attempt to Send/Receive with a Microsoft Exchange account. The easiest way to resolve this issue is by repairing Outlook 2010, through Add/Remove Programs. Also users need to run the Microsoft Office Diagnostics tool that can help in finding and repairing the errors.