July 21st, 2012 2 Comments »
I am using Yahoo email, the problem is while I am sending email from Outlook 2007, I get the error message with number 0x800ccc0f. I am totally lost because if I can’t send the mails to my boss, I don’t know what is going to happen tomorrow. Please help me resolve the issue and get my Outlook 2007 back to normal with no more error code showing. Thanks a lot. My computer is a relatively new HP Pavilion with a Windows 7 32 bit operating system. I am using Outlook 2007 as always.
Here is a step by step guide to help fix such issue and recover your Inbox items.
- Step 1: one of the most possible cause for error 0x800ccc0F is, the modem or network cable is disconnected. If this happens frequently, try updating the modem drivers or adding an Init string.
- Step 2: if network is not the issue, then you can try Microsoft Inbox Repair Tool, a tool that is “supposed” to fix something but never work properly. But note: it can’t always repair PST files because of the way Scanpst.exe or the Inbox Repair Tool works. It works by attempting to repair the header of your PST file and then deletes everything in the PST file that it can’t understand.
- Step 3: if that still won’t help, free download Stellar Outlook PST Repair and install it on your computer. Then let it have a full scan of .pst file to detect & repair related problems. Note: the program is designed to repair and restore email and data from damaged or corrupted Microsoft outlook file. It scans the damaged .pst file, extracts and then saves information in a new usable .pst file. The software is read only and is safe to use.
The last option should be dropping a message to Microsoft or sending your PC to a computer shop for technical support.
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April 9th, 2012 No Comments »
I am running Microsoft Outlook 2003 And I got the error message “.pst has reached maximum size limit”, thus I am unable to access my Outlook account items such as emails, contacts, folder and everything. I checked around the web and guess it was probably caused by the 2GB limit. I have been using my outlook for long time, thus too many emails were received or sent. So I am wondering if there is any solution to repair my corrupted Outlook 2003 nd recover all the items at least? I don’t want to lose anything. Thanks in advance.
Microsoft Outlook 2003 or other versions use .pst files to store and save its data. PST repair is crucial as data and files become inaccessible when a .pst file becomes corrupt or damaged. Whenever your PST file reaches or exceeds this 2 GB limit, you will not be able to use the .pst file. Once the folder size reaches or goes beyond that size limit the file will not be usable even if you delete items. These annoying 2GB PST file error messages are the result of what is called the oversized PST file problem.
Note: the Microsoft Inbox Repair Tool can’t always repair PST files because of the way Scanpst.exe or the Inbox Repair Tool works. It works by attempting to repair the header of your PST file and then deletes everything in the PST file that it can’t understand.
When this happens, you can’t access anything that is stored on the PST file or open your Outlook Inbox. When this happens, try a good repair tool such as the Stellar Outlook PST Repair, It is an advanced repair pst software which repairs and creates a new, healthy .pst file which you can then import back to Microsoft Outlook. You can get all your files, emails, contacts and folders back – like nothing ever happened with your Outlook in the first place. See this step by step guide:
- Download Stellar PST Repair tool on your Windows PC, install it.
- Load your corrupted .pst file and use the program to scan it.
- Test some of your contacts and calendar entries to see this tool actually works for you.
- Preview the emails you want to recover.
Remember – the best way to prevent the suffering from happening again is to make backups. Learn from this article for how to back up your Outlook items.
April 4th, 2012 2 Comments »
Oh, I really regret what I just did. I just lost all of my Outlook 2003 emails by accident due to uninstallation of Microsoft outlook software. I did this just a few minutes ago, now I am totally lost because there are so many emails, Contacts and many other items out there which mean a lot to me. I don’t want to hear that they are gone for good. So how do I recover my emails in Outlook 2003 in this case? By the way, my computer running under Windows XP operation system.
Generally all your Outlook 2003 items and information are stored in a file with an extension of .PST. Do a search on your computer for *.pst. Then copy the file to a safe place. If you want to recover your emails from it, you can reinstall Outlook 2003 app and import the .PST file. Once it’s reinstalled, go File > Import / Export and import your .PST file back into outlook. All your items will be restored without problem.
However, there might be a chance that your PST file is missing/ corrupted, or you still can’t find your emails from the restored Outlook 2003. Then probably you’ll need to this program called Stellar PST Repair. It can help fix, recover and repair damaged or lost PST files such as Outlook emails, calendar, folders, tasks, notes, journals, contacts, attachments etc. Meanwhile, you can see this article how to recover Items in Outlook for more information about the resolution.
Remember – make regular backup files of any important data in your Outlook 2003 is always a good idea. One way to back up e-mail messages is to use the Outlook AutoArchive feature. Archiving means moving messages to an archive folder at regularly scheduled intervals. Another way is to back up to a .pst file.
April 2nd, 2012 No Comments »
I am using Windows 7 installed with Outlook 2010, when I attempt to send or receive emails, the Outlook pops out this error message with code “0x8004010f the operation failed, an object could not be found or accessed”, I don’t what happened. Usually I can use my Outlook 2010 without any problems, so what might be the causes and how should I repair Outlook 2010 0x8004010f error so that I can deal with my emails again?
The 0x8004010f error can occur if your Outlook 2010 profile is not correctly configured, or the PST file got corrupted or damaged. To fix the issue, first of all you can try to identify the current location of your default Outlook data file, and then create a new Outlook profile.
If still the problem exists, or you don’t want to check or configure the profile manually, let Stellar Outlook Reapir Tool to detect and fix relevant issue with ease. It will scan all the outlook 2010 .pst files on your Windows 7 and find all possible errors, then extracts and restores that information into new and usable .pst files – allowing you to completely and totally recover all your missing Outlook 2010 data.
February 2nd, 2012 1 Comment »
When I open Microsoft Outlook, an error says “Outlook.pst cannot be accessed 0×80040116” and appear that .pst file needs to repair, what should I do? Now I am unable to access all my data. Is there any software that can fix this Outlook PST error? Please help me restore my data at least.
It is obviously that your pst file is corrupt. You’ll probably need to try this Outlook PST repair tool to fix the pst file and restore all items correctly. It allows you to repair corrupted PST file whose size is more than 2GB and 4GB. The software is easy to use and provides graphical user interface. You will not face any type of problem while repairing the corrupted PST file.
Only 3 easy steps needed! Here they are:
#1 – Download Stellar Outlook PST Repair program and install it on your Windows PC. If you know the .pst file location, click on “Select Outlook File“. If you don’t know the location of your PST File, click on “Find Outlook File” option.
#2 – In the “Find PST File” window click “Start” to begin the file search in the selected drive. After the software search is done, select the pst file with 0×80040116 problem and click “OK”. Note: make sure that the file type is .pst
#3 – Click on the big “Start” button and let the tool recover your data (it could take a while). This will create a new healthy PST file with all your data, error 0×800401116 free. All you have to do now is to replace your old corrupt file with the new one.
Hope the above solution could have helped you out with your Outlook problem!