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You can also try reinstalling Outlook 2013 from scratch and then importing the backed up pst file. Friday, July 31, 2015 9:44 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote heres how to fix it, #1 we use o365 with outlook (and office) 2010 the user may Thanks! found it here. http://blacklex.com/cannot-open/unable-to-open-default-message-store-outlook.html

Just to add to it, OWA seemed to function just fine. Rebuilding your .OST file To troubleshoot a bad .OST file, first remove any old profiles you do not use via the control panel as shown above, and then delete your old I tried many options which is mentioned in this community, but could make it work. A few articles ago we discussed what can be done when Outlook is freezing and not responding.

Outlook 2010 Cannot Open Default Email Folders

Reply babienne says: February 15, 2014 at 2:54 pm cannot find the start icon or bar to close the computer I know vaguely there are other ways to clost the computer Thanks.. This had been driving me crazy for a week!

  1. Try to open Outlook and if it starts without errors, congratulations!
  2. This entry was posted in Microsoft Office and tagged Email, Exchange Server, Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Errors.
  3. I have several times reworked the account and profile.
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Then click Add… to add a new profile. Anyone have any ideas as to what's going on? Click OK and try to start Outlook. Cannot Open Your Default Email Folders. Microsoft Exchange Is Not Available Is any able to give me any advice on what to do.

Spent over an hour deleting, recreating, trying different accounts, while a stupid compatibility setting was to blame. Cannot Open Your Default Email Folders Outlook 2010 You Must Connect To Microsoft Exchange Reply Bill says: July 3, 2014 at 2:50 pm This is more a matter of curiosity about a nuisance than a serious problem. It worked. Saturday, February 23, 2013 4:09 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I have solved my problem - the Microsoft Exchange RPC Client Access service was not starting with

Why would the RPC client not start, anyone? The Information Store Could Not Be Opened Outlook 2016 Create a new profile by going to Control Panel > Mail > Data Files > Add...

For full details, see Microsoft's step-by-step guidance on creating a new Outlook profile. From there, go to the "compatibility" tab and uncheck the “Run this program in compatibility mode” check box. The archive.pst has 474,194 KB.

Cannot Open Your Default Email Folders Outlook 2010 You Must Connect To Microsoft Exchange

Reply Mark Green says: December 24, 2015 at 2:57 am YES! And again, Microsoft has provided the detailed information on how to cope with this problem, you can find it on this page. Outlook 2010 Cannot Open Default Email Folders Naushad Khan - System Administrator - MCITP Thank you!!!! Cannot Open Your Default Email Folders Exchange 2010 Reply E Jiin says: September 30, 2011 at 8:38 pm I could have spent hours looking for that Registry Key!!!!

To check to see if this is the cause, start Outlook in safe mode. check my blog Yes, I have a Lenovo by the way. I restarted the RPC client access service and that fixed it. Reply David L says: March 20, 2014 at 10:56 pm If you are using O365/Office 2013 and launching Outlook 2013 and you are getting "loading profile" and it wont go away... The Information Store Could Not Be Opened Outlook 2013

I deleted the second profile, but it's good to know. Spent ages trying all different Outlook switches to get it to work….NADA. Any clues appreciated! http://blacklex.com/cannot-open/unable-to-open-default-message-store-outlook-2007.html Reply Shakira says: February 11, 2016 at 10:17 pm Thanks a lot.

Reply Jim Phelps says: August 4, 2011 at 2:53 am PERFECT…SOLUTION I've spent hours trying to figure out why OUTLOOK would not open. Cannot Open Your Default Email Folders The File Cannot Be Opened Using a third party software we transferred all email accounts to the new Exchange 2013 server. Arrows: Thank you for the suggestion.

Much appreciated.

Either there are network problems or the exchange server is down for maintenance.' If they keep trying, out look will eventually open. Click Show Profiles. Now select the “Local Disk: C” from the left panel and select the Program files. Cannot Start Microsoft Outlook The Information Store Could Not Be Opened Or, if you're an Intermedia customer, just give our support team a call at 800.379.7729 and they’ll help walk you through it.

To do this, proceed with the following steps: Enter the below command in the Start > Search field on Windows 7 and Windows 8 (or Start > Run on Windows XP) Hope this helps someone. Rick. http://blacklex.com/cannot-open/unable-to-open-default-message-store.html If the issue is resolved then you will need to reconfigure your firewall to allow exchange to sync.

After looking around I found a calendar attached to that email account, removed it then removed the account again. solved my problem after lots of other solutions online fail... On the General tab, under When starting Microsoft Office Outlook, use this profile, click Prompt for a profile to be used, and then click Add. Damn - you are brilliant, and damn, you are cute!

All Rights Reserved. Open Mail 3. Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: July 7, 2014 at 9:06 am Hello Bill, Thank you for the information and solution. Your email is never published nor shared.

Reply lola says: November 11, 2014 at 10:54 am Hi, My outlook 2013 is popping up the message 'the operation failed due to an installation problem, restart outlook and try again So we ended up with a 2013 Exchange back in the original domain where the 2003 server was. First, navigate to the following directory: C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office XX\Outlook.exe Next, as shown above, select  "Outlook.exe" and then select "Properties" – this should be at the very bottom. AAARGH!

Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: May 14, 2014 at 3:17 pm Thank you very much for this tip, Peter!