However, my old Calendar and Contacts were nowhere to be seen. Friday, December 17, 2010 2:59 AM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote I am an MSFT employee who ran into this problem. Note that if you have a lot of messages on your email server, you might want to delete most of them using a web interface, or you could have a long August 17, 2011 Brendan Re above… the .pst file I scanned was an Archive, not active in Outlook. http://gsbook.org/not-be/outlook-2003-archive-pst-could-not-be-accessed.php
and i have uninstalled and reinstalled MS-word and that will not work. This proved that there were no issues actually accessing the PST file - what was going on. February 13, 2010 moe Urgent Help Needed!!!!! April 29, 2011 norwalkrecycler My scanpst file was located here… C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office12. click here now
g January 14, 2010 Tory Teunis What if you can not get into your old outlook? June 21, 2011 Ade I forgot to mention that I have asked that it show hidden files as well. So i tried using Stellar Outlook recovery and Easy recovery from ontrack …all did well and showed me the folder structures but there were zero mails inside all the folders (inbox/sent/deleted). So if you have the above error, make sure the email is being delivered to the correct location before trying the other suggestion of re-creating the profile.
It's people like you that keep the rest of us 'victims of microsoft' sane :) Brian-E Friday, July 23, 2010 12:02 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Get downloadable ebooks for free! Don't know. Outlook Data File Cannot Be Accessed Exchange It works.
Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). I spent hours waiting and getting Dell to talk to who fixed it both times, BUT I did it myself this time and it worked just great! Then I went back and was able to select Inbox. It seemed to run ok, reported "fixed".
If you can actually open Outlook, right-click on your personal folders location, and then choose Properties. Outlook 2010 0x8004010f The Account Settings - Email accounts screen indicated that the email was being received in the correct location - personal folders\inbox, and this was also the case for the email accounts Thanks again!! Please tell me there's a way around this!
However, for me this solution worked well. check my site April 30, 2009 Rob Thanks Cam. Outlook Data File Cannot Be Accessed 2013 When I re-launched Outlook. Outlook Data File Cannot Be Accessed Office 365 What do I do next?
May 28, 2009 Nz Guys… is there any solution to fix pst file….. see here My problem is that the scanpst utility also makes my comp crash. Thanks. Friday, February 19, 2010 10:43 AM Reply | Quote Answers 46 Sign in to vote I also had an issue with sendig and receiving with Outlook 2010 (RTM) with one email Outlook Data File Cannot Be Accessed 2016
When you have a file with more than 4GB it's not good to re-download all the messages. August 27, 2009 Lauren Thank you so much - this worked perfectly! I then changed the folder on the "broken" account to Personal Folders\inbox (just as it had said it was set to in the Email Accounts screen) and everything started working again. this page I had this issue, and previously the 'Unknown Error 0x80040154' at the end of the Send/Receive process, even though the tests of the server settings, and the test email, worked fine.
Any suggestions? Outlook Error 8004010f Any ideas? I tried the scanpst.exe and it always locked up and I couldn't open Outlook to make the suggested changes so I found that you can alternatively access the Outlook Account Settings
Saved all my emails! Everything seemed to be fine; the accounts settings were fine (I tested send/receive) but when I hit F9 for the real send/receive I received the error message "Outlook Data file cannot any suggestions on how to proceed? Outlook 2016 Error 0x8004010f November 26, 2009 Hao Thanks!!
Vancouver, BC Great software - Great customer service! Simple! –user42251 Jul 8 '10 at 8:56 1 Jim S's solution worked for me. I'm not sure this is the best way to move an IMAP pst file... Get More Info San Dimas, CA Home | Privacy | Contact | PST Repair | PST Password Recovery copyright © Outlook-PST-Repair.com - Recover Outlook PST Files Home Content RSS Log in Password
Anyone get past this? Now Outlook works! Before you bother creating new PST files/importing PST files or other laborious tasks, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING.... I am running Outlook 2000 with Windows XP.
You'd think they'd run a maint. It essentially breaks the destination setting for where email is saved, and stops delivering email. March 1, 2010 Panache I am at 4.38GB in outlook and just learned I am over the 2GB limit.