I m having a problem email in Can't Outlook 2007 setup setting up an email account for a friend and would like some advice I have tried to set up a new POP mail account on a friend amp s computer and can t get it to work Can't setup email in Outlook 2007 He has just had a Can't setup email in Outlook 2007 new machine Win and is running a new setup of Office Currently he only uses hotmail as his mail program but wants to setup a conventional address in Outlook which until now has not been used Having put in Can't setup email in Outlook 2007 all of the new email account info and running a test on the account settings we are getting messages that can t connect to the server If I put the exact same settings into my Outlook the test settings work fine and a test message is sent There is absolutely no difference in settings and he is connected to the internet The only thing I have noticed is that in the Test Account settings box the first line on my machine is Establish Network Connection - Completed followed by Find Outgoing Mail Server - Completed On his machine when we run the test setting there is no mention of Establish Network Connection his first line being Log onto Mail Outgoing Server - Completed Any suggestions would be really welcome nbsp
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I currently am operating ACER laptop and running windows XP.
I've got a hotmail account which is accessible through Outlook, and runs completely fine. I have a private domain email address that is linked to my hotmail account, so both emails to both addresses are recieved in the same inbox - but i want the private domain to be what is viewed as the 'from adress' through outlook?
when i use outlook the 'from' address is my hotmail one.
and when i use hotmail the 'from' address is from my 'private domain' on behalf of 'hotmail address'
I want the private domain set up in outlook, but cant find the options to have that, and link it to the already set up hotmail account.
I run Outlook 2007 Academic version, and mircosoft outlook connector.
I'll bet you have not heard this one before. I was attempting to send an email to a potential client. Everything seemed to work well except that it was returned. The problem was that the address was changed somewhere. His name is spelled with a j but somewhere along the line, it was changed to a k and so there was no such person and therefore was returned to me.
#550 5.1.1 RESOLVER.ADR.RecipNotFound; not found ##rfc822;
What could have happened? This is a new one on me.
Did you get a message similar with these?
This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.
Delivery to the following recipients failed.
Windows Live mail:
I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not
be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below.
For further assistance, please send mail to postmaster.
If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
delete your own text from the attached returned message.
I am looking for some help with MS Project 2007.
I have installed Project 2007 in a stand-alone environment (advanced setup) for evaluation purposes & have been trying to find documentation which explain how to setup & configure email notifications.
Despite browsing through various Technet articles & Google searches my attempts so far have been unsuccessful.
Can someone provide any documentation, links, or details on what I need to do?
Thanks in advance
Intermittently, Outlook 2007 will crash while sending an email and, needless to say, the email is not sent. However I wanted to know if there is a temp or backup copy of that mail anywhere. I've looked in drafts and it's not there.
I've sometimes typed a very long email and then lost the whole email when Outlook crashes so I just wanted to know if, like Word, there is a temp file that may be created.
Hi cp, welcome to TSG. Do you have Autosave enabled for Outlook? If not, perhaps this link will help.
I recently migrated to outlook 2007 from outlook express. I have a few problem and hope that someone can help
1) Is there anyway that outlook can display jepg contects like OE, without opening the attacement?
2) Is there a 'Global" setup (rather than setting for each folder):
- viw->arrange by-> show in group -- (I do NOT want show in group)
- remove catagory filed in message list
- remove flag in message list
Thank you very much
Windows 7/Office 2007. I just installed Office 2007 on a brand new HP Laptop running W7 64bit. When click on a URL in an email, I get the following error message, "MICROSOFT OFFICE OUTLOOK. This operation has been canceled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator". This also happened when clicking on an "Unsubscribe" link in a different email. Can someone please tell me how to resolve this issue? Thanks in advance.
Here's the solution: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310049#fixit4me
Hey all! I need alittle help. I am trying to move all of my emaill addresses and saved emails from Outlook Express on one computer. To Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 on a second computer. I've never had to do this before, but I have to now. Because it's not for me. If you guys and girls can help me out with this it would be awesome. I need to get this don tomorrow. Thank you in advance.
I have Window live mail, but all these MS products work about the same.
Under file go to import export from there it should be self explanatory.
Let me know if you cant find it, Ill help.
How do you setup outlook 2007 so it isn't an open server. I'm trying to get back on to a forum that uses the blacklist check and these 3 come up. 12.apews.org, dnsbl.sorbs.net and dul.dnsbl.sorbs.net. This is what they use for checking Blacklist Checkhttp://www.sevenforums.com/microsoft-office/375365-outlook-2007-setup-so-isnt-open-server.html
Hi, I have just installed Office 2007 Enterprise on my Win7 machine. I tryed to setup my Hotmail (Outlook) in the Outlook app but it doesn't work. Please help!
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In a previous topic on BC a badly messed Outlook keeps wanting reinstallation after 2007 exchange setup up situation left me no choice but to back up data and reinstall Vista When I went to reinstall Office Standard I discovered the cd case was empty Since Best Buy installed the software when the pc was first bought I had never checked inside the case before A guy from the work gave me one of the company's Outlook 2007 keeps wanting exchange setup after reinstallation install cd's for the same version and he told me to just use my product key when I installed it I did and it all seemed fine until I went to use Outlook for the first time It wanted me to select from one of our company's exchange server locations I cancelled out hoping I could get into Outlook and manually enter my pop amp smtp settings but no-go It won't even let me in to Outlook as it wants me to set up the exchange server So I called Microsoft and paid for a replacement cd It has arrived but it is doing the same thing It keeps wanting to access an OST file and won't let me get in Does this mean the one from work didn't uninstall completely I found a removal tool on their site http support microsoft com kb but would like some advice before I use it Thanks very much for any ideas
One would not think that a fresh install of Outlook would know anything about your office exchange servers.
Is this a laptop? Has it ever been taken to your office and connected to the exchange server there?
Try uninstalling it with the tool. Then reinstall and do a custom install. Watch closely during the install and see if it prompts you to do a network install. (I have not installed Outlook 2007 for a while so I am not sure that it does)
See if you can just do a local installation
Hope that helps.
Hi I am experiencing a problem when setting up Microsoft Outlook to connect with an exchange email account I have created a new exchange account online and upon opening Outlook I am prompted to create a new user I have done so and now it asks me to enter my details which I have done but it fails to find my account encrypted or unencrypted and so asks me if Setup 2007 Solved: Microsoft Outlook Problem I wish to set it up manually So I have gone into this and found the exact information I need e g the exchange server name and Solved: Microsoft Outlook 2007 Setup Problem user name These are right but yet when I click Solved: Microsoft Outlook 2007 Setup Problem on the check name box it gives me the following message The action Solved: Microsoft Outlook 2007 Setup Problem cannot be completed The connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action It then lets me go no further On the Internet fine and I ve been trying to fix it for days It is not my address because I ve tried to set up other new users and encountered the same problem with their addresses Please help if you can it s getting quite urgent to fix it Thanks Rob nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-microsoft-outlook-2007-setup-problem.866091/
I know that 07 Word saves files in a .docx file that is not usable by the 97-03 Word and same goes for PowerPoint and Excell. My question is does this occur with Outlook 2007 also? I have a friend who said that he can't read my Outlook 2007 email to him (he uses the older version of outlook). Is there a way to change it so that I can send 2007 Outlook emails to people with the 97-03 versions?
OK... well I thought I had it covered but.... I copied the pst file from 2003 and tried to open in 2007. I recently read somewhere that you have to copy the pst when Outlook is closed. I did not close Outlook and copied the file while Outlook was open. Anyway to rescue these Emails? The old drive is toast so I can't do that. The pst file is 79mg so I suspect the info is there. Any thoughts? Thanks!
Hi, I have just installed outlook 2007 on my vista home PC but unable to configure my gmail account. tried all stuff from the web but no luck. I am sure there is nothing to do with email settings I am entering as using same I am able to setup email on other systems with similar office. Any help would be highly appreciated! Thanks in advance!http://www.vistax64.com/browsers-mail/303057-error-windows-vista-using-outlook-2007-mail-box-setup.html
Having a problem seeing all the buttons that are needed to set email account in Outlook. It seems the box needs to be maximized and the bottom and right side are cut off.
I'm not sure that I'm following you. Are you opening Outlook Express, clicking of Tools, accounts, and mail to set up an account?http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/160999/cant-see-all-the-buttons-in-outlook-email-setup-box/
I can't seem to find anyone else who is having this problem and I can't find help from Microsft without paying $50, soooooo here is the problem.
I can't get Email to work on outlook. I tryed (way more then once) to set up a new acount by going into Contacts - Mail - and set up a new file. but when I put in my email information it can't find anything. Crypted or uncrypted. So what can I do??
You are trying to setup a new account or new contact?
I would appreciate any help you could give me
I have Windows 7 and microsoft office 2007
when I use outlook 2007 I get an error message 0x800CCC0F only when tring to send an email. I am able to receive emails normally.
Try the troubleshooting methods given here
I can receive my email on outlook2007, but I can not reply nor send email through outlook; I receive the following error message: ,<< Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).>> . Everything else works fine on these other networks, but I have to go to my server websites that I am pulling my email from to be able to send or reply to them. Any idea what I have wrong please?
Windows 7 COMPAQ HP 64 bit and OUtlook 2007.
First thing I would check is in the advanced account settings check the SMTP server TAB and that the "my server requires me to log on) is set and the "use same settings as my mail server" is on.
Also check the port settings, if set for SSL or TLS try without or auto and vice versa
Not sure if the actual options I've given are correct wording but you should be able to see the ones I mean
It may take a few tries to get things sorted but it should be one of the above
This is for Outlook installed on my wife's brand new laptop It's a Dell Vostro plenty of RAM and a more than fast processor It's running Windows and has Office Enterprise installed The install was working fine and the deleting was working okay I believe so upon initially installing Today my wife pointed out in outlook 2007 email Cannot delete that she Cannot delete email in outlook 2007 cannot delete emails by using the delete key CTRL D or the X in the toolbar which should be red but its grayed out I tried repairing the PST file to no avail and tried an OST file repair but there is Cannot delete email in outlook 2007 not a ost file It's not caching I'm not sure if that's Cannot delete email in outlook 2007 a cause for the problem or not Also worth mentioning is that I imported pst files from her old laptop Outlook so that her emails would be present in her inbox The email is set up with IMAP so it needed to be done that way because old emails weren't pushing out from the server So what's wrong with the deleting Sorry for so much information but I felt it was good to unload the details Thanks Eric PS - I neglected to mention that if she opens an email and deletes from the toolbar there it works fine
When using IMAP emails are not necessarily deleted, they are only marked for deletion until the server purges them.
When you select delete on an email does anything happen? You should see a line marked through it to note it has been marked for deletion.
On my work computer we all have Microsoft Outlook We had an IT guy set MS Outlook Errors 2007 Email us all up on it but I m thinking my problems will have to be solved using some internet help At the beginning of the year I switched offices and started using a new computer I have tried setting up my email in Outlook but seem to have failed and I don t know what MS Outlook 2007 Email Errors I did or what I can do to fix it I can receive some emails but cannot send any They sit in my outbox forever and when I shut down it gives me an error asking if I want to continue to try to send the messages I went into quot add a new account quot and I think that is what I messed up It gives me this window it pops up atleast times and just have to cancel it each time So my question is how do I get rid of that sign in box and how can I start sending emailshttp://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/396767/ms-outlook-2007-email-errors/
I've been having some intermittent problem with Outlook 2007 since I've had it set up when I first bought the computer (about 2 months ago). About every second day or so, I'm unable to get or send emails from 4 of my 5 email accounts. The error message I get follows:
Task 'Jonathan Jetté (RS Info) - Receiving' reported error (0x80042108) : 'Outlook cannot connect to your incoming (POP3) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'
The error message is the same for all four email accounts. Everything seems ok with the Internet connection (as I am currently writing in this forum!) and the webmail of each of these still work fine (although it literally takes four times more time to check them). Up until now, I've been unable to figure out the problem. If you have any idea, please advise.
I am trying to create a rule which filters emails between TO and CC for the same group.
The group name is QA_GROUP.
All emails that have QA_GROUP in CC will be deleted, and those who have QA_GROUP in TO will remain in my inbox.
Anyone has an idea how to do it?
When we try and set an attachment with an email it strips the attachment but still sends the email. We've reinstalled outlook but this didn't make a difference. We've also turned off our anti virus software and it still doesn't attach. The email message itself is send but any attached file is stripped off the email and doesn't go to the recipient or our outbox.
If any one could help or have any ideas it would be great.
I use windows vista and MS outlook as email manager anytime somebody send email through BCC 2007 outlook in email unreadable then email unreadable in outlook 2007 the receiving email will be unreadable as seen below The same email is received and clearly readable in computer with windows XP and outlook Does anyone know why and how to solve this problem Subject Testing MIME-Version X-Mailer Lotus Notes Release September From email Message-ID lt email protected g gt Date Mon Jan X-MIMETrack Serialize by Router on FMail IFRCS Release November at Content-Type multipart mixed boundary quot mixed A E C quot To undisclosed-recipients Return-Path email X-OriginalArrivalTime Jan UTC FILETIME C D C FF -- mixed A E C Content-Type multipart alternative boundary quot alternative A EC C quot -- alternative A EC C Content-Type text plain charset quot US-ASCII quot So let me know if this works -- alternative A EC C Content-Type text html charset quot US-ASCII quot lt br gt lt br gt lt font size face quot sans-serif quot gt So let me know if this works lt font gt -- alternative A EC C -- -- mixed A E C Content-Type image jpeg name quot Sorryimage jpg quot Content-Disposition attachment filename quot Sorryimage jpg quot Content-Transfer-Encoding base j AAQSkZJRgABAQEASABIAAD wBDAAYEBQYFBAYGBQYHBwYIChAKCgkJChQODwwQFxQYGBcU FhYaHSUfGhsjHBYWICwgIyYnKSopGR tMC oMCUoKSj wBDAQcHBwoIChMKChMoGhYaKCgoKCgo KCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCgoKCj wAARCAGQAZADASIA AhEBAxEB QAHwAAAQUBAQEBAQEAAAAAAAAAAAECAwQFBgcICQoL QAtRAAAgEDAwIEAwUFBAQA AAF AQIDAAQRBRIhMUEGE FhByJxFDKBkaEII KxwRVS fAkM JyggkKFhcYGRolJicoKSo NTY ODk Q RFRkdISUpTVFVWV hZWmNkZWZnaGlqc R dnd eXqDhIWGh iJipKTlJWWl iZmqKjpKWm p ipqrKztLW t i usLDxMXGx jJytLT NXW jZ uHi Tl ufo erx vP fb Pn QA p ipqrKztLW t i usLDxMXGx jJytLT NXW jZ uHi Tl ufo erx vP fb HwEA AwEBAQEBAQEBAQAAAAAAAAECAwQFBgcICQoL QAtREAAgECBAQDBAcFBAQAAQJ AAECAxEEBSEx BhJBUQdhcRMiMoEIFEKRobHBCSMzUvAVYnLRChYkNOEl RcYGRomJygpKjU Nzg OkNERUZHSElK U RVVldYWVpjZGVmZ hpanN dXZ eHl goOEhYaHiImKkpOUlZaXmJmaoqOkpaanqKmqsrO tba uLm wsPExcbHyMnK tPU dbX Nna uPk ebn Onq vP fb Pn oADAMBAAIRAxEAPwD uLm wsPExcbHyMnK tPU dbX Nna uPk ebn Onq vP fb twM c jg pbZCwOKkERJ q tvU ghBtFZl HirzRYH qLyADTU N WVwCeRT hIqyIxSugC c jg pbZCwOKkERJ q tvU ucP YspeUS KmSL qnWPgHFS AAzSczSNAgSPBqYJtIqTHAxQoPfpWbkbqkoiBOeOtPbgYpBnPNPPI zjNTc W gjjJ FK c HWpEY AMYpOam SjYjA Go XBqx NRyDDcUJiaIl NKwxSN lYd slRI WHWm OOKkPTnkelNxVIGuhHtyOetNIqVuKU xzTuLlKpFIvXFStgmkK GRVpmThYjKjPPSnIAMml C FABzTuQ HIwIAp iom damhOQcdallRfRjCtMYcVMRRjnpmlcHEpSIccUwDjmrrJnPG C FABzTuQ HIwIAp KgeM qeK jK lKm xiDip Rgmol mTrRJjUbmnanhRV bWZbnBrUt BGDXDUWp wAcUxlqcrzT qeK jK lKm xiDip Rgmol mTrRJjUbmnanhRV bWZbnBrUt BGDXDUWp SMVl c RDzjg UmOakdAOlBHy VxsaVzyOtSABh qc d PkTAyOD NJsh EfRulDp i IhL YH c RDzjg UmOakdAOlBHy VxsaVzyOtSABh qc d rqV M K iGyiw DmpoXFPMQkGG j vY Kq aBvQtFsL wKgZ nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/email-unreadable-in-outlook-2007.669066/
Does anyone know of a screen notifier that will notify me of Outlook 2007 email without me having Outlook 2007 running? I am currently using IncrediMail but would prefer Outlook except for it's notification method.
I have followed the instructions from Microsoft...removed all filtering.
Also selected all the domain names from frequent correspondent companies (our own company, husband's etc.) as "safe" and still, everything is classified as Junk.
Should this be significant:
When I indicate "Not Junk" it moves it into inbox, but will not let me open any attachments. It keeps the "protection" turned on. I have to close Outlook and get back on, before I have access.
I find nothing in the Microsoft Knowledge base that addresses this.
I have a laptop running on Windows XP. My problme is with Outlook 2007 and I used Yahoo mail.
IT all started (on a dark and hot night J/K) three days ago when I turned on my outlook 2007. It asked if I wanted to Archive (which I've never done before) and I clicked yes. Then, my Outlook stopped working. It would not send or receive. The error message suggested that I run "scanpst.exe" on all my .pst files. I did and the repairs were completed.
I had too many emails, so I deleted some emails.
Currently, I can send emails, but can not receive any emails. I keep getting error message "0x80004005 Operation failed".
I scanned my whole laptop via NOD32; nothing.
I created new email profile; still can not receive emails.
I can send email but not receive. Please help. Thanks.
Read this.. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/329936
Does anyone know how to rearrange email address by custom perferences?
currently I have several email addresses in my mail folders, I want to rearrange them by my own perference rather then by alphabet order. Any ideas?
I already tried to drag them. i figured out how to do it in Mozilla Thunderbird but not in Outlook.
Also someone in the office is currently having a issue with their outlook. It keeps warning them they are reaching quota but we checked and infact, they have 300mb left out of 500mb free for the email account. Any ways to disable the popup or fix this issue? email is imap.
I am setting up my Charter email account on my work computer, and I am able to receive emails but not send from that account. I also have my domain email setup with Outlook which uses Exchange server and works just fine.When I do a test settings I get:Send test e-mail message: Your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server has reported an internal error. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).Here are the Charter server settings: http://www.charter.com/customers/support.a...tArticleID=1417I have also tried using port 2525 instead of just 25 for outgoing, with no luck. Any reasons why? Would it be the network I am on? I have it set up at home with Outlook 2010 and it works fine.Thanks!
Is this normal, and could someone explain why. This is from the Charter chat support:TTD April : Mail relaying is the practice of using Charter mail servers to send mail (SMTP) from a non Charter IP space, or from domains not hosted by Charter Communications. Relaying is not allowed by Charter. If a Charter customer is connected to the internet not provided by Charter, accessing e-mails should be done at http://www.charter.net, or the customer must change the outgoing mail server (smtp.charter.net) to the service provider's outgoing mail server. I am not on Charter internet connection at work, it is a different company...http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/342251/cant-configure-email-in-outlook-2007/
I saved certain email messages in an entry in a personal folder. We want someone to pick up the firewood so I opened a contact sheet, named it "Manitoba Firewood People" and copied pertinent emails in there. Well today I looked and when I click each email icon, they're all empty. Where did they go? Does archiving remove content?http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/514138/outlook-2007-email-messages/
I consistently get a lot of junk email (about 30 messages a day) in my inbox, and a lot of regular emails from contacts I know get put into the junk email folder. I add the email senders to the blocked list, however, still emails get through. Can someone assist with this?
I had an aol and a hotmail email account on Outlook. About two weeks ago the aol account stopped working in Outlook. When I would open the aol account there would be no update and in the bottom right of the Outlook screen, there was an indication that I wasn't connected. This would disappear as soon as I I opened the hotmail account, which was fully functional. My aol account in AOL works fine. The only problem is trying to use it in Outlook. My OS is Windows 7. I already tried deleting the aol account and then adding it as a new account, which goes through without a glitch. However, then the aol account does not appear as an option under the Mail heading in Outlook. If I go to Tools/Options/Mail Setup/Email Accounts in Outlook, the aol account appears there.
I can't see any of the content of my emails any longer!
The READING PANEL is set OK but all I can view is the is the message header/to/from/subject etc.
When I double click or open the email still nothing!!
Outlook has been working fine so far but this has just "suddenly" happpened.
This is the same for all folders i.e. sent/outbox/deleted etc.
I'm writting on behalf of my mom. She tried sending an important file to someone but it was too heavy. It got stuck in the Outbox and now nothing is working anymore. She tried deleting the email in the Outbox. doesn't work, dragging it into the recycle bin, doesn't work. It's like if everything froze because of the email that was to heavy?!
I then told to to save her contacts and email she didn't want to loose by doing Export to a file in a folder and the uninstall MS Office completely and reinstall it.
After uninstalling it, rebooting, she starts MS Office Outlook 2007 and everything is back the same like before uninstalling it?!
Why is that?
Hope someone can help.
I don't know how these things work in Outlookk, but if the file is too big it could also be that her provider doesn't accept her sending such large Emails.
Uninstalling and Installing does not delete the pst file so what is in it is still there.
I would tread carefully in deleting this file.
I Googled and found the following link
Hope it helps
A couple of weeks ago my Outlook started freezing up after I sent an email In general the machine was acting after 2007 email an freezes Outlook sending like it had a bug Outlook 2007 freezes after sending an email or at minimum a conflict with my virus detection I was running Avast Free at the time But assuming nothing wrong there and considering the machine was overall acting sluggish I ran a MalwareBytes scan and a SpyBot scan I also did a chkdsk of my year old hard drive as well as a defrag I went into my mail and did some housekeeping storing my old email messages under separate yearly folders both Inbox and Sent items Whether these folders are Open or Closed within Outlook makes no difference Hard drive is about full I have upgraded memory to GB from GB thinking it would help overall performance of the machine it didn t appear to and had no impact on the Outlook freezing issue This week I have worked with nasdaq of Bleeping Computer to insure my machine was clean of bugs My logs are clean Outlook freezing occurs if it s the only program running or with other programs running The freezeup occurs when an email reply or new email is sent I have followed some of the Microsoft recommendations and deleted both the Word Normal template and the NormalEMail templates and allowed Outlook and Word to rebuild them That didn t work I have not rebuilt my profiles as they have not been modified in any way to cause the issue especially since the machine has been bug free for at least since Christmas I have not tried starting Outlook in Safe Mode As the Outlook freezing problem originally began to surface in late February I have installed and uninstalled Avast Avira and MS Defender As the problem seemed to start or escalate with MS Defender I removed it and have ended up back to Avast In most cases I used the removal programs for those products When Outlook freezes I have to do a Ctrl-Alt-Delete to bring up Windows Task Manager running XP Pro SP and end the task Quite often I notice CPU usage at more often a result of the searchindexer exe process being the major contributor Waiting a few seconds or minutes makes no difference to Outlook becoming usable again I have also thought about doing a Repair Install but am concerned about the loss of updates So am at wits end and looking for advice as to solving this issue Thanks in advance to anyone who can help shed light on how to resolve this problem
Does it only freeze when sending but receives mail normally?
Go to TOOLS > SEND RECEIVE > SEND RECEIVE SETTINGS > SHOW PROGRESS
Select the Errors tab.
Are there any errors listed?
Hello, my name is Heather. My problem is with Outlook 2007 and the junk email options. I select Actions from the main Outlook menu, then from the drop down menu I select Junk-email.....The first item on the drop down list is add sender to blocked senders list...fine and dandy except the selection (add sender to blocked senders list) has the Red circle with the line through it like the selection is unuseable. Further down the same drop down the final selection is Junk e mail options...this also has the 'red circle of "stay out" on it. It will let me get into the folder and select options but they don't stay static, they revert back to allowing everything in to my in box. How do I free these drop down selections from the do not enter red circle
I want to use Outlook as my primary email tool. WOuld prefer to not use gmail at all but my company email is set up under Google Apps. I confugured Outlook but when I launched outlook for the first time it brought over 2000+ emails into my inbox. I did this on 11/7/2012 and it brought over email from 4/10/2012-7/30/2012 and thats it. I have about 230 emails in my inbox on gmail apps, why does outlook not mirror my inbox from gmail? When i hit send/receive, it keeps adding 350+ new emails to my inbox but most are the same email 5 times and they are messages that I sent other people??? PLease help!
Are you receiving through IMAP or POP3 ?
From what i understand you are seeing your own replies in the messages that you receive. Did you try changing to Conversation view in Outlook ?
Also make sure when you send mail through Outlook, the "Save copies of messages in Sent item folder" is unchecked in Outlook Options. This applies only if you see duplicate mails in Sent item folder.
Okay I tired Using Frontier s Outlook Standard Email Cannot Receive 2007 tech support but they said a problem on Windows end and their tech support is pretty useless so thus i went here as said here the problem is also described here with the chat log note he did ask for email and password which i removed from chat dialogue AM Connecting AM Connected A support representative will be with you shortly AM Support session established with Frontier Internet Chat Support AM Frontier Internet Chat Support Thank you for contacting Frontier Technical Support My name is Levi How may I assist you today AM Jonathan Hello Levi So in Outlook I cannot receive mail I haven t tried send and it gives me this error code x ccc It basically keeps asking for the password even if it is correct so when i try to look at my mail Outlook 2007 Standard Cannot Receive Email that I know I should have online it isn t there either I tried quot Create a new Outlook profile quot as per http support microsoft com id but it failed When I tried to change my password as according to one website that said it could be corrupt I got this Couldn t change password ChangePasswordForcedRequest Failed Yahoo API call Internal Error Login does not exist for user open So could you offer any solutions Please and thanks AM Frontier Internet Chat Support One moment AM Jonathan No problem AM Frontier Internet Chat Support hmm AM Frontier Internet Chat Support Okay try logging into the webmail at webmail frontier com AM Jonathan Okay I logged in AM Frontier Internet Chat Support okay that tells me there is nothing wrong server side AM Frontier Internet Chat Support Do you mind if I remote in to take a look at outlooks settings AM Jonathan Sure how do I do that AM Frontier Internet Chat Support would like to start an operation which requires an applet to be downloaded Download Applet AM Frontier Internet Chat Support Please download and run the applet AM Jonathan Okay AM Checking configuration AM Applet connecting AM Applet connected AM Frontier Internet Chat Support Please allow AM You have granted full permission to Frontier Internet Chat Support To revoke click the red X on the toolbar or press Pause Break on the keyboard AM Remote Control started by Frontier Internet Chat Support AM Frontier Internet Chat Support Okay your settings are perfect and the webmail is logging in At this point you will need to contact Microsoft as it is an issue on their end AM Jonathan Okay thanks anyway AM Jonathan has revoked all permissions AM Remote Control by Frontier Internet Chat Support stopped AM You have ended the session I have also tried putting the same setting or tired using other email programs like Mozilla Thunderbird which also failed Make note that on the web email displays no emails even though i should be receiving them due to things like Facebook So can anybody help
Hi -What version of Windows (2000, XP, Vista Win7) and Service Pack (1, 2, 3) are you currently using -Have you checked This Solution from M/soft for Error Number: 0x800CCC92 -Thank You -http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/458000/outlook-2007-standard-cannot-receive-email/
I am trying to help a client set up his email to run through Gmail s spam filtering What I have done Outlook receiving 2007 each copies email two of is Outlook 2007 receiving two copies of each email to forward his domain mail to a Gmail address Then I have set up Outlook to receive mail using the Gmail address but to send mail using the domain address He Outlook 2007 receiving two copies of each email has his spam filters working adequately for him when he is the office using Outlook However when he is on the road and uses webmail he has to hand sort through his email to remove spam This is the reason for running the mail through Gmail I have set up two send receive groups in Outlook with the domain mail address set to send only not receive and the Gmail address to receive only not send However when I turn off the All Accounts group receiving mail fails If I leave it on he receives two copies of incoming mail one from his domain mail and one from Gmail How can I fix it so he only receives the Gmail and not the domain mail He is using a Dell Vostro running Windows XP SP In Outlook we have two email accounts email protected POP SMTP email protected IMAP SMTP In Trust Center I have turned off OutlookAddin nbsp
Is this a paid Gmail account using the Postini SPAM filter or a free Gmail account? Is the office email on an Exchange server or just using Outlook with a PST file?
I have Outlook and two email addresses my primary pop account and a second forwarding address email 2007 Outlook from address, second Sending a which I ask most of my correspondents to use I would like to be able to use Outlook to quot send from quot the second address and to have that address appear as the quot sent from quot Sending from a second email address, Outlook 2007 address when anyone receives a mail from me At present anyone can use the second address and it will arrive in my inbox It s just the quot sent from quot value which is proving difficult to achieve I have tried setting up a new account in account settings but I can t do so with the second address no matter which password I use Can anyone help Thanks in advance Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version OS Version Microsoft Windows Professional Service Pack bit Processor Intel R Core TM i CPU GHz Intel Family Model Stepping Processor Count RAM Mb Graphics Card Mirage Driver Mb Hard Drives C Total - MB Free - MB Motherboard MSI P -CD MS- Antivirus Microsoft Security Essentials Updated and Enabled nbsp
I am in the process of archiving my email in Outlook and have some advice on 2007 Outlook email Need archiving in questions as to what is a good archiving strategy and how archiving works in Outlook When I started this process my Personal Folders pst file was huge with emails dating back many years At the excellent suggestion of a forum member I began by manually archiving off two very large folders into their own pst files So now my Need advice on archiving email in Outlook 2007 Outlook mail folders window shows pst files Personal Folders current active file where I have a lot of folders and sub folders Old job folder Old job folder The old job folders and do not need further archiving they are each Need advice on archiving email in Outlook 2007 unchanging at this point and won t grow in size However the Personal Folders pst is still too big and growing and does need to be further archived I don t think that a single archive pst will be enough I imagine the resulting archive would still be too Need advice on archiving email in Outlook 2007 big to be stable and easily search-able So I was thinking of creating several new archive pst files organized by year For example and earlier quot quot quot Then I thought I would do an auto archive of the Personal Folders pst first telling it to clean out email older than months and sending those to the and earlier archive pst Then do another auto archive on what is left specifying older than months and sending those to the archive pst and so on for each year I thought this would have the benefit of keeping my folder structure the same in each year s archived pst files so things would look familiar and it would be easier to find things Does this way of organizing seem to make sense and if so is the way I was planning to create the files possible Is there a better or smarter way to archive my older mail that I m not thinking of Also later when I want to do a search for a specific email will I have to search each pst file separately or can Outlook s search function look at multiple pst files at once I got some great advice last time on this forum thanks in advance for any wisdom you might provide nbsp
we implemented that kind of organization a long time ago and it works fine. Actually we do not store the messages directly in the root of the current pst but create a "2010" -or whatever- at the egining of the year so it is ready to be archived as the year ends.
There is one caveat with the auto archiving function though. Last time I checked -that was long ago because of this, actually- the function does not use the mail generation date to archive, and instead it uses the "last time touched" date.
That means if you open today a msg from 2005 Outlook will NOT archive it because it has been 'used recently'.
That, in turn, means that your messages will end up in odd places, and following a past thread might become very troublesome as mails might be scatered on two or more psts depending on the last time you opened them, not when they were sent.
The only workaround for this (other than a 3rd party app maybe) is to move the messsages manually. If you have a lot of folders it can be annoying because you will have to do the selections and moves one folder at the time.
That is why we start the new period in a new folder, so only the messages that will be archived are put there to begin with
Hope this helps.
Hi I am having a problem or in outbox stuck email cc'd to to self self 2007 MS Outlook with my MS Outlook email Anything I send to myself or copy to myself stays stuck in the quot outbox quot Occasionally one will actually go through but it still appears to have not been sent as it remains in the quot outbox quot I have sent the same email multiple times because it didn t appear to have been sent until someone asked me why I had The copy to myself seems to be what is hanging them up in the outbox now I was having other issues including the size of the attachment but I was able to resolve them with other user s question answers Thanks This is still causing me a problem however Please help I m frustrated Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version OS Version Microsoft MS Outlook 2007 email to self or cc'd to self stuck in outbox Windows Vista Home Premium Service Pack bit Processor Intel R Core TM Duo CPU T GHz x Family Model Stepping Processor Count RAM MS Outlook 2007 email to self or cc'd to self stuck in outbox Mb Graphics Card ATI Mobility Radeon X Mb Hard Drives C Total - MB Free - MB D Total - MB Free - MB Motherboard Dell Inc TXWC Antivirus Norton Security Suite Updated and Enabled nbsp
The message size may still be too large as most email providers impose limits on the size of message they will allow through their servers.
To delete any which are stuck in the Outbox, switch Outlook to "Offline" mode, they should then be deletable.
Open Outlook, click File >> Work Offline
Delete message, then click File >> Work Offline again to put it back online.
I am running Vista 64-Bit SP2 RC and Outlook 2007 on a HP Pavillion laptop (about 4 months old).
Almost all of my email attachments, specifically PDF and JPG files are not able to be opened. Regardless of whether I save them and then try to open them or try to open them directly from Outlook, I get error messages or a blank white screen (in the case of JPGs).
In the case of PDFs, I am getting an error message, "There was an error opening this document. The file is damaged and could not be repaired."
I have Adobe Reader 9.1.3.
If I left-click on the attachment in the message window in Outlook, it says,
"This file cannot be previewed because of an error with the following previewer:
PDF Preview Handler for Vista
To open this file in its own program, double-click it."
P.S. I just tried opening a PowerPoint file using OpenOffice 3.1 and it said "General Input/Output Error"
When trying to enter a new contact in Outlook 2007, I try to enter the email address. If I type part of it, a list will come up and show me other contacts. If I accept one of them, it will put the name and email address in the field. When I hit tab, it disappears. In some cases, if I choose one, it will save the email address part, and fill in the Display name field, which I can then edit. If I edit the contact in the address book that I think it is coming from, then it will not even show up on the list to choose from. I guess my question is, where are these addresses coming from, and why won't they save in the field if they are already editted contacts in the address book?
I'm creating an email form in Outlook 2007, and I'd like to create default "to:" and "cc:" values. However, when I'm looking at the Message tab under "Edit Compose Page", the "last, first" format is rejected when I type in an address. Likewise the [email protected] format. When I alternately go to the (All Fields) tab and try to edit the Field Properties for "To", the dialog box is grayed out.
I'm guessing I'm going about this the wrong way, and I'm hoping that this is something I'm able to do. Is there another way to do this?
Thanks a lot.
I am unable to receive messages in Outlook 2007. I can send without issue, but I cannot receive across a variety of email addresses with various port settings. Outlook was working without any issues until a few days ago and there were not any updates or installations that can be linked to this issue. I have tried removing the antivirus software entirely and I have disabled the firewall but still can’t receive messages. I do however receive emails on my blackberry from all email accounts. I have verified settings with my domain hosting company. When clicking on the “Test Account Settings” button on the “Internet E-mail Settings” page Outlook does not detect any issues however the test email is only received on the blackberry and not in Outlook. Outlook also does not show any errors when attempting to send and receive emails. Thanks for your help on this baffling problem.
I am using: Outlook 2007, XP Pro, Lenovo T61p
Hi there For a while I've been using Windows Live Mail on Vista It worked well for ages but has recently refused to send mail After giving up on fixing it I set up Outlook instead Same settings and accounts as WLM a couple IMAP accounts and one HTTP Hotmail account Works fine only problem is that Outlook doesn't automatically retrieve mail I've set it so that it runs send receive once a minute which is okay but I would rather emails come through when they're actually sent My main qualm however is that even when send receive is run there is no notification for new mail No popup message in the corner no change in the tray icon nothing I just have to keep checking it which is annoying Anyway to fix those two issues At the office my work email receives emails when they're sent and a popup box appears in the lower left corner We run an Exchange server there so mayhap that receive 2007 Automatically email Outlook - makes a difference Thanks
Actually I've just found that it does indeed have a new icon in the tray upon the receipt of a new message. So the 1 minute send/receive doesn't really bother me.
So I guess this can be closed now. Thanks!
Outlook unable to receive email Work from home able to send email but not email unable receive 2007 Outlook to receive email for either of my two accounts suddenly started during the day without any other noticeable changes has continued for days Has been working fine for months on Windows HP laptop Disabled and then removed Avast anti-virus no change Not running Zone Alarm Removed Outlook Outlook 2007 unable to receive email and reloaded with all updates no change Removed and then recreated both email Outlook 2007 unable to receive email accounts no change Took laptop to another location to eliminate possibility of problems with router or ISP AT amp T no change Following add-ins are active iTunes Microsoft conferencing Outlook 2007 unable to receive email Exchange unified messaging SharePoint server colleague VBA for Outlook Outlook backup Change notifier search email indexer When F request to send receive or automated progress shows sending of email and quot live meeting transport quot but does not show the two email accounts receiving anything I m able to check email from web sites but not from Outlook so I know there is email to be received Any suggestions other than to reload Windows greatly appreciated nbsp
I inadvertently moved some email into the RSS Folder and I am not able to retrieve it. Any ideas.
Right Click on RSS Feeds Folder
Properties --> Homepage Tab
Disable Show Home Page by Default for this folder
Hi Friends I need your Solved: Email Outlook 2007 Microsoft help this time for Microsoft Outlook Email Yes it was working fine for sometime but now I find that when receiving incoming mail that the system hangs for about - seconds and no work could be done Infact I tried to check this with Microsoft Support on the web site and Solved: Microsoft Outlook 2007 Email found that they have stated that microsoft support for data files with pst with max of GB However when I checked with my data file I have got around GB of data Am not sure whether this is causing for the hanging of the system at the time of receiving msg Maybe someone else who has faced this similiar problem might be able to h light or shed some light to this Give below the site from where I got the details ---------- quot You may experience performance problems when you are working with items in a large pst file or in a large ost file in Outlook Microsoft Office Outlook momentarily stops responding during typical operations This includes when you read e-mail messages move e-mail messages or delete e-mail messages These symptoms are most noticeable during mail delivery or during synchronization These symptoms become more pronounced as store size increases They are more likely to occur when the size of the pst file or the size of the ost file approaches gigabytes GB Additionally they are more pronounced in a very large pst file or in a very large ost file that is GB or larger Note When you perform the same operations in earlier versions of Outlook the same performance problems do not occur if the pst file or the ost file is large quot http support microsoft com kbid My doubt is whether this is the real cause for the hanging of the system or is it some other cause to it Appreciate if someone could shed some light to this problem Thanks Bye nbsp
This is the error I'm getting:
Task '[email protected] - Sending' reported error (0x80042109): 'Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing (SMTP) e-mail server. If you continue to receive this message, contact your server administrator or Internet service provider (ISP).'
I'm currently running Vista Ultimate. I've tried turning off my windows firewall and my anti-virus firewall. I have also played with the port setting from what I have read from google. Nothing has worked so far. So I was wondering if anyone here could possibly help me.
The settings I'm currently using mimic what my friends(XP Users) are using. I use to be able to send email but then it suddenly stopped working.
Please someone help me.
The usual story, have done NOTHING to my PC, no new software, no changes, nutting!!
So suddenly out of the blue up comes this message when I try to send/receive email or create a new mail that says something like "You don't have permission to create an entry in this folder. Right click the folder then yadda yadda about administrator and permissions etc..................."
I have Googled the world but can't seem to get an answer. There is one that refers to PROPERTIES on the Email Folder and set "Delegates" but that tab is not on my version of Outlook!
I'm far from an ace on Permissions, Administrators and User Account Settings etc. and even after paddling through them as much as possible, still can't come up with an answer.
Any help or suggestions much appreciated.
Never found the real answer so just deleted my single email account, started a "new" one and all fixed. Another mystery from MS!
Hi all, I have been having this ridiculous problem at work. I'll open a new email then I'll close it, but on my windows XP task bar it's still there. It doesn't show up in task manager. I can right click it and hit close, but nothing happens. Same with restore and any other choice I have.
I found a few other threads like this around at various sites, but none have answers. I just figured I'd see if anyone has any ideas. It's not that big of a deal I can get rid of it by closing Outlook, but it's just a hasle having to re open it every hour or so.
Open Task Manager, Click the Processes tab, right-click and end all instances of OUTLOOK.exe. After doing that hover the cursor over your Outlook tray icon and it should disappear.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/265481/outlook-2007-email-stuck-on-task-bar/
Setup: Windows 7. Charter.net internet provider with email. Outlook 2007. Charter email account SMTP/IMAP set up with portals 143 and 25. Incoming email imap.charter.net. Outgoing email smtp.charter.net. Still active email account Bresnan.net POP/SMTP. Malwarebytes. Windows Security Essentials.
The problem. Email to my Charter.net email account does not appear in Outlook 2007 unless I close Outlook, reopen Outlook, and click on Inbox. I know that messages have reached Charter because i can see them at the Charter.net web site. Clicking Send/Receive in Outlook does not retrieve new emails. When I click Send/Receive I see activities bresnan.net sending, bresnan.net receiving, charter.net sending but NO charter.net receiving. New emails appear at my Bresnan and Gmail addresses normally.
Do I have a wrong setting? Is this a known problem with the Charter server?
Thanks for your advice.
Have you checked this to make sure it is enabled?SSL: This setting should be On for both SMTP and IMAP.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/581396/outlook-2007-does-not-download-email-from-charternet/
When I go to New message, and begin to type an email address, when I type the first letter, all email addresses I have sent to in the past with that same beginning letter come up in a drop down list for me to choose one if I like. I am trying to capture all these email addresses from the past so I can do a bulk email, after editing out them ones I don't want to send in the bulk email. Is there some way to get all these into an excel file or something, other than cut and pasteing each one, a very slow process. If you can help, I will appreciate it.
I am using 2010 so I can't be specific.
You should have an export feature to export to different file formats. Office 2010 will do it in an excel format.
You also should be able to import the list you have created and make a distribution list of it. They are now called "Contact Groups" in 2010.
I'm having problems with Outlook 2007.
When I go to contacts and add a contact, save, the contact does not appear automatically on the TO: field of the email program.
My old contacts that have been imported work fine.
Can anybody please help?
I think what you are refering to is the 'outlook cache' If you type in the name (or maybe even select it from the 'To:" it will then go into the cache and start popping up when you type a few letters??
I have an issue whereby I have forwarded an email to someboy but unsure to whom as it does not appear in my sent items. When I click on the original email in my inbox it states the email was forwarded at a particular point in time. I cannot however see it in my sent items.
I have not deleted anything from the sent items so i am puzzled as to why this is occurring. Can anybody help me find out how can identify to whom i forward the email to even though i cannot tell from my "sent items"?
I don't have that much knowledge of how Outllok takes care of that, the only setting I know is the setting where you state explicitly that you want a copy in Sent Items of every sent item.
It could be that when forwarding you changed this setting for this particular mail and therefore cannot find it in the sent items folder.
I have Otlook 2007 running under XP. It has worked fine for about 3 months, but suddenly I cannot receive any emails, or I get them sporadically.
I turned logging on and it came up with the following error.
DoPOPDownload(flags = 00000030, max msg = ffffffff): full items
I have tried everything including reinstalling, setting up a new profile etc., but the problem persists.
Hello out there....
I just started getting the following dialog box in my Outlook 2007/Exchange email when I try to click on a URL emailed to me...
?This operation has been cancelled due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator.?
I do not have this issue w/ Thunderbird or webmail, etc.
Some research seems to point to the fact that IE is not my default browser & I would like to keep Chrome as my default.
Any thoughts on this?
A friend just sent me this info.
Anybody else experienced this & have a fix?
Had a similar issue when a user installed Chrome and then uninstalled it. Did you uninstall or upgrade Chrome recently? It seems that they still need to polish some of the uninstall code as it leaves some registry items in a broken state. It?s not that IE isn?t the default browser, it?s that the registry entry for the default browser gets mucked up by Chrome. Checking and unchecking default browser in IE or Chrome won?t fix it once it?s busted.
I'm trying to set up my msn.com email addresses in outlook 2007. (Ironically they set up fine in Entourage.) I don't want to use the connector program, as it receives mail in a separate folder, and I'd rather keep my email together in one inbox. I've set the proper settings for both receiving and sending, but I can neither send nor receive. Any ideas? Thanks very much.
imap or pop3 for msn?
I am running Vista -Bit SP RC and Outlook on a HP Pavillion laptop about months old Almost all of my email Attachment in Email 2007 Outlook Corrupt attachments specifically PDF and JPG files are not able to be opened Regardless of whether I save them and then try to open them or try to open them directly from Outlook I get error messages or a blank white screen in the case of JPGs In the case of PDFs I am getting an error message quot There was an error opening this Corrupt Email Attachment in Outlook 2007 document The file is damaged and could not be repaired quot I have Adobe Reader If I left-click on the attachment in the message window in Outlook it says quot This file cannot be previewed because of an error with the following previewer PDF Preview Handler for Vista To open this file in its own program double-click it quot Any ideas Thank you P S I just tried opening a PowerPoint file using OpenOffice and it said quot General Input Output Error quot nbsp
Scan for infestations, then consider uninstalling Office and Outlook, and reinstalling them after a reboot and defragmentation.
Either the program that created them is damaged, or some infestation or hardware error is the cause.
Yesterday morning, Outlook 2007 simply stopped sending/receiving email. Send/receive status simply hangs, showing some variation of "receving message X of X (X.XX KB of XYZ KB). When I cancel, the send/receive function doesn't work. I shutdown and restart, same scenario. I've removed and added Outlook to no avail. I am running it on Windows 7. Appreciate any help you might offer.
For no reason that I'm aware of, new emails in my Outlook 2007 system began going directly to the deleted folder - and a duplicate email appeared, also in the deleted folder. Any thoughts will be appreciated.
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 126.96.36.199
OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium, Service Pack 2, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU E7500 @ 2.93GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 4085 Mb
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Antivirus: Norton Security Suite, Updated and Enabled
It must be some rule in your Outlook or the sender might be in your Blocked Sender List (see in Junk Email Options). See an old thread here in TSG that offers many solutions.
In Outlook 2007 I've setup an email account(email1). I then went into mail settings and added an additional mailbox(email2). I have two problems though.
1. When I want to sent an email from email2 it is actually sent from email1 on behalf of email2. Is it possible to just switch between the two?
2. When I send an email from either email address the message is put into a general sent items folder. Is it possible to put it into the sent items folder of the particular mailbox it was sent from?
You can chosse which account you send from: https://support.office.com/en-ca/ar...-message-b103cf3f-8109-4904-82f2-af66e1b685a6
Just got a new laptop with Win7. Have Outlook 2007 installed which is what I had on my old laptop running XP. Also have Outlook 2007 on a destop running Vista. On the new laptop, when an email contains a link to a php file on a website, typically a YouTube link, Outlook asks what to open with. I choose Internet Explorer. It asks for each new link received. If I look in the file associations, you can see where it has created an entry for each specific file. In fact, the is no .php available in the list to associate with. These used to work on the old laptop (XP) and work correctly on the Vista desktop. None of the three PCs have .php as a choice in the file association list. And Yes, I have the HTTP protocols set to IE.
Any suggestions? Thanks
No suggestions yet.
tell you later.
Can someone tell me how to setup Outlook Express using my Yahoo email account?
Everytime I try to open an email in Outlook (using Outlook 2007 Ultimate with an outlook hosting provider), it hangs. No one else in my office is experiencing the same thing and we are all accessing the same hosting provider.
It will open the email after about 1 to 2 minutes timeframe.
I've attached my reliability report.
When attempting to send an image from Photoshop Elements 5 by email in PE 5, to Outlook 2007, receive the following error message on PE 5: "Error trying to save message to outbox." Any solutions?
I have Outlook 2007 installed on laptop and have set-up an email account to use. The problem is that I can send email to other people's email addresses from this outlook 2007 account, but I am unable to receive email from other people?
Have read within this forum about correctly signing out of ISP accounts (if users read their email via web)- I personally never read via ISP's pages but did make a check to see if I had logged into ISP's web pages which I hadn't.
Not sure what's going on with the application in this instance & appreciate any help you can offer me for this particular prob in advance.
Thanks for reading.
If you are using Win Vista try this
To determine whether this problem is caused by a network hardware device that does not support TCP Window Scaling, follow these steps:
1. Click Start , click All Programs, and then click Accessories.
2. Right-click Command Prompt, and then click Run as Administrator.
If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.
3. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press ENTER:
netsh interface tcp set global autotuninglevel=disabled
*Unable to send emails to external contacts. Only able to send emails to internal contacts.*
*Using Microsoft Exchange.*
I tried to send out an email to internal and external contacts in the first place but then Outlook prompted to restart. I restarted the Outlook thought maybe its the add-ins problem so I enable the add-ins but then when I try to send out the email again, it did not ask me to restart but close the program instead.
Did a test send to internal contacts only and it sent out (works) but with external contacts it gives the prompt again.
Problem solved: I deleted the Outlook profile and recreated it. Test send to internal and external contacts, WORKS!
*But instead of recreate the profile, are there any other ways to solve the issue?*
Received an email alert on desktop for new email arriving in my inbox. The alert is frozen there. Can't move, delete, or get any response. Rebooted computer but the alert is still frozen on desktop. Outlook 2007 in Windows XP Pro environment. Other than this problem, workstation & all software seems to be operating well.
Can anyone help?
Can someone help me? Outlook has decided not to play nice nice with Comcast and they aren't helping the matter.
Everything was fine last week but apparently they moved from POP3 to IMAP. Now, Outlook can't pull new mail from the server. Comcast says it's an Outlook problem and Microsoft wants to charge me an arm and a leg to troubleshoot.
I'm running Windows 7.
please keep to one thread on one subject.
Can someone help me? Outlook has decided not to play nice nice with Comcast and they aren't helping the matter.
Everything was fine last week but apparently they moved from POP3 to IMAP. Now, Outlook can't pull new mail from the server. Comcast says it's an Outlook problem and Microsoft wants to charge me an arm and a leg to troubleshoot.
I'm running Windows 7.
Can someone help me? Outlook has decided not to play nice nice with Comcast and they aren't helping the matter.Click to expand...
That's because, unlike the POP protocol, IMAP syncs with third-party mail clients. Translation: When you access your Outlook.com inbox on, say, your desktop e-mail client, any messages you read, send, reply to, or delete get synced back to your account. It's a much more practical way to deal with e-mail.
I do not use MS antiquated email program, however, there is 'free' help from MS to fix the matter, you just need to find it.
Try this linky
A customer called me because he could no longer open print messages open and Outlook cannot 2007 email and print email messages in Outlook He is running Windows XP SP with gigs of ram and a dual core processor The system struggles a little but doesn't seem overwhelmed by how he loads it The computer was also throwing up a low virtual memory error For starters I closed Outlook and ran disk cleanup Then I manually emptied the user and Windows temp folders Set the Outlook 2007 cannot open and print email messages swapfile to the recommended size it was too small and rebooted Afterward Outlook seemed more responsive It didn't have a problem sending receiving and it was possible to view messages in the preview pane however it still would not open a message in a separate window and it wouldn't print messages I confirmed that the printer worked fine by printing from another application I located all the PST files one of which was gigs I installed PerfectDisk analyzed the disk for fragmentation and discovered that the gig PST was fragmented into over thousand pieces the others weren't much better I started the defrag and told the customer it would take all day It seems to me that the extreme fragmentation of the PSTs is causing the problem but I haven't heard yet if defragging solved it Would you agree If I hear from the customer that the problem is not solved what else should I be looking at TIA
Run scanpst... it will fix!
More info: Repair Outlook Data Files (.pst and .ost) - Outlook - Office.com
Dear Expert We have configured and enable in Exchange under Organization Configuration -- gt Hub Transport -- gt Transport Rules Junk Email with Priority - when the Subject field or the body of the message contains specific words Apply rule to messages when the Subject field or the body of the message contains https mail mmc com my appl set the Email 2007 Exchange 2003 Junk via Outlook in spam confidence level to Junk Email with Priority - when the Subject field or the body of the message contains specific words Apply rule to messages when the Subject field or the body of the message contains http mail mmc com my appl set the spam confidence level to The problem is Junk Email in Exchange 2007 via Outlook 2003 the user still get the email and notification from our internal Lotus Notes system that we developed system like Leave Claim to Junk E-Mail folder in Outlook Example example subject New Message RESTRICTION FOR MMC OFFICE AT KOMPLEKS ANTARABANGSA DURING PUBLIC HOLIDAY body of the message contains System Junk Email in Exchange 2007 via Outlook 2003 Message Please click the following link for new Message https mail mmc com my appl announce nsf A B D AB E F OpenDocument example Subject Service Report - Month of August body of the message contains Total no of closed support services recorded for the month of August Average day Junk Email in Exchange 2007 via Outlook 2003 spent on one issue estimated days Please click on the link below for detail https mail mmc com my appl break-d nsf Analysis OpenPage Note - No of services should be higher please log in all service call and close the issue promptly How to solve this so that the email from our Notes server going direct to the user Inbox in Outlook Regards Shamsul nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/junk-email-in-exchange-2007-via-outlook-2003.685139/
Hey there I m a newbie with a big thorn in my side so I hope you can help I just recently updated to Office though issue 2007 authentication Outlook sending email still Outlook 2007 sending email authentication issue with XP operating system Anyway since updating to Outlook I have not been able to both send and receive emails at home I eventually sorted it so I could receive emails but the problem now is not being able to send I have an IMAP email account which I receive OK but cannot send email from home with the IMAP smpt I have an orange wireless livebox at home so I use the orange SMTP details but still no luck I know it must be something to do with my Orange account because sometimes I can connect to a different wireless connection from my bedroom and it sends OK using my IMAP details I contacted Orange today but they were unable to help and the issue is unresolved It is driving me mad Please help nbsphttps://forums.techguy.org/threads/outlook-2007-sending-email-authentication-issue.581934/
I have configured my email account via Outlook 2007 ready for use and used the inbuilt test facility during configuration (which returned as all ok indicating 'tasks completed' after using the account test facility.
Then when I went to collect/view the test message that was sent, there was nothing inside the inbox. I proceeded to manually send a test message to myself as a secondary measure (as no doubt most of us do when testing e-mail accounts) and again that didn't return either.
The messages are being sent with no problems it's just on the recieve side of things here.
Appreciate any help that you may have.
I followed the steps within microsoft knowledge base http://support.microsoft.com/kb/935400 to disable the autotuning level from the command prompt as I do indeed use Vista. I tried to receive various test messages in Outlook again which unfortunately still couldn't receive the e-mails, but Outlook itself was still able to send.
However, I'm convinced that the disabling has indeed fixed the problem or played a strong part at least because after doing the above I decided to delete the email account from within Outlook (as I previously did many times) & start over.
I again created a 'test' profile & checked to make sure it tested ok within properties of account in which the test account unfortunately still couldn't receive e-mails, but again was still able to send.
I deleted the test profile thereafter & decided to choose the default 'outlook' profile to configure all over again... lo & behold after configuring the 'outlook' profile and re-testing with various test messages, the test messages were now being delivered into the inbox & viewable!
I just got Outlook 2007 but only have Word 2003. I want to set Word as my email editor. I've looked at all the Outlook Options and checked the Microsoft website but can't find how to set Word as the editor. If there is a way, please let me know.
The reason I want Word as the editor is I send a lot of screen snapshots and I used to be able to crop them in Word editor. I can't find a crop option in Outlook 2007. If there is a way to crop screenshots in Outlook editor then I don't need Word.
Thanks for the help!
If you don't have the rest of Office 2007, you won't get the rich features it provides. With Office 2007, you can crop any picture right in an email message; just hit the contextual tab Picture Tools | Format.
How can I set my Outlook 2007 to save sent to email addresses for more than 1 day after sending?
I have a laptop with VISTA operating system, has Outlook 2007
I would like to create a file in which I could put on a disk that has all of my Calendar appts and all of my emails such that when I take to another computer I could view all of the calendar appt (reminders) and all of the emails
I know there is a PST file somewhere (if this is what I need to copy where do I find it?) on the computer but does it contain all of this info?
Please let me know how to accomplish this
thank you very much
I am using Outlook 2007 and recently all my signatures have started to be bracketed with purple typeface seemingly tagging the data. For instance it will bracket and tag the zipcode or address.
Does anyone know how to turn this feature off?
Hi, how is you signature created? Rich text or HTML? Re create it in rich text.http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/315157/tags-appearing-in-email-signature-outlook-2007/
Hello does using by Outlook work link 2007 7 IE Send email and not MS to all I Send link by email using IE 7 and MS Outlook 2007 does not work know sure the problem I'm about to describe has been discussed on this forum because I've been researching possible solutions tonight for over hrs without success In short have a new computer with Vista Home Premium which seemed to be working fine Only had this rig a couple days so how much could go wrong right WRONG All seemed well until I tried to send a Send link by email using IE 7 and MS Outlook 2007 does not work link by email and nothing happened So I tried again with same results I ended up trying to open Outlook but it wouldn't respond either but WOULD work fine again if I restarted the computer From my research on this forum and others I believe Vista for some reason Vista is refusing to recognize Outook as my default email client EVEN THOUGH I HAVE REPEATEDLY GONE INTO 'SET PROGRAM ACCESS AND COMPUTER DEFAULTS' AND MADE BOTH IE AND MS OFFICE DEFAULT PROGRAMS I HAVE ALSO REPEATEDLY GONE INTO 'SET YOUR DEFAULT PROGRAMS' AND MADE IE AND MS OUTLOOK DEFAULT PROGRAMS THERE AS WELL MAKING SURE EACH PROGRAM ALSO HAD ALL OF ITS DEFAULTS CHECKED I also went into IE internet options and set up both IE and Outlook as default programs there as well and even went in under the 'advanced' tab and reset IE settings losing some cookies in the process NONE OF THIS HAS HELPED I'm stumped and frustrated I suspect there's a problem with the registry but just a guess I could sure use some help with this Thanks in advance Carl
I have had this SAME issue as well.
Certainly someone knows what's going on.....
Hi, if a machine is using Outlook Connector with Outlook 2007 to access a Hotmail account, is it possible that an email coming in to Hotmail can then be opened and replied to from within Outlook 2007 and then not appear again in the Hotmail account. (i.e. can the incoming and reply emails be deleted in Outlook 2007 without ever appearing in Hotmail again?)
Lang5184, Welcome to the windows 7 forum.
Email is forever
Most probably not as Hotmail keeps stuff. You have to log onto your Hotmail account directly and then delete the email and empty the trash.
I have windows 7 & office 2007. I am attempting to create an email merge. I have tried to do so starting with first with outlook (which takes me to word) which failed in sending, and then starting with word (which takes me to outlook and then back to word) and also failed in sending. I have followed all instructions to a T (as provided by help in both programs as well as microsoft help online).
What am I missing? Is there some connection between the 2 programs that needs to be set up first?
I upgraded to a new laptop that came with Vista and Outlook Since that time I am experiencing a glitch when I try to send an email by a clicking on the TO button and selecting a contact or email can't use Vista won't - send 2007 Contacts, Outlook & b typing in the contact name rather than the contact email address When I do either of those things Outlook cannot send the message and the quot Send Outlook 2007 & Vista - can't use Contacts, email won't send Receive quot dialog box starts flashing and appears to be attempting to send the email over and over again the number of times just builds and builds It never does send the email and I can only stop the flashing by shutting down my computer and restarting I can t edit or delete the email sitting in the outbox - I get the message that Outlook has already started sending the message If this happens with an email to a distribution group in my Contacts it will send the email to some but not all of the recipients maybe stalling when it hits the email it doesn t like Once I have sent an email to an individual by manually typing in their email address in the TO field it seldom happens again when I email to that individual The randomness of this problem is driving me insane Outlook 2007 & Vista - can't use Contacts, email won't send I send emails all day long and often to groups of people I ve tried rebuilding my Outlook profile I ve tried exporting my contacts as a tab delimited file and then importing that file Under Contact Properties the quot Show this folder as an email address book quot is greyed out Any help would be greatly appreciated Sharon nbsp
There are four uses in my small office. Three of them use Outlook 2003 and one has Outlook 2007. The three Outlook 2003 users can send email to everyone internally without any problems.
The Outlook 2007 user can respond to email sent from people internally without any problems. Any new email she sends to any of the three people internally get stuck in the Outbox.
We use register.com to handle our email.
Any suggestions on how to get the Outlook 2007 user to be able to send email internally successfully would be appreciated.
Thank you for looking.
I am unable to send, receive, or delete any emails from Microsoft Outlook 2007. Some of what I have read makes me think it may be due to too many emails stored.
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One of my hobbies is participating each week in the Wall Street Journal Newshound Quiz. This is sent out by email each Friday at noon, consists of 5 multiple choice questions with radio buttons. No problems when I was using Outlook 2003, but when I got a new laptop with Outlook 2007, the radio buttons in the emails don't work. It seems to me there are 2 possibilities:
1. The solution lies with WSJ reconfiguring the quiz to work with Outlook 2007. In that case, I could go to an internet based email. I've tried Yahoo mail, but it is flaky, often seriously delays getting the quiz to me. Or, maybe I could downgrade to Outlook 2003, if I knew how to do that.
2. Maybe its something in my setup of Outlook 2007, that I can easily fix?
I would appreciate any suggestions.
My hard drive has been wiped out. Before I try a recovery of all my files, I had a new hard drive installed, and installed by backup through Norton. However I didn't have a backup of all my emails. I can access all 4 accounts through mail.google.com ( that's about 60 000 emails), but is there anyway I can import them into outlook 2007? I am using a pop/smtp type account.
On Google mail under settings forearding POP/imap
Enable POP for all mail (even mail that's already been downloaded)
se if that then downloads all the email again
Ever since I got Office 2007, I’m not able to create a new email message from another program.
For example, if I select a file in Explore and click ‘E-mail this file’, nothing happens. It used to automatically pop up a new Outlook email message. This happens in another program as well. I can create new emails fine while in Outlook. Microsoft Exchange Server is set up as the default email type, which was the first thing we checked when this problem started. Not sure if this issue is with Outlook 2007 or Windows XP.
Hopefully this is enough info. Thanks in advance.