According to Microsoft, the major cause of this issue is a corrupted Navigation Pane settings file - profilename.xml, where "profilename" is the name of your Outlook profile. A few articles ago we discussed what can be done when Outlook is freezing and not responding. All the email accounts in this domain are working fine. In this article you will find really working solutions for "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook" problem that will help you have your Outlook up and running again with no errors. Check This Out
Reply Gordon says: October 24, 2014 at 5:36 am "Switch to the Compatibility tab and be sure to clear the "Run this program in compatibility mode for" check box." Holy crap! I just disabled compatible mode in my Outlook 2010 and it works fine !!!!!!!!!!! The archive.pst has 474,194 KB. Switch to the Compatibility tab and be sure to clear the "Run this program in compatibility mode for" check box" worked.
I have little to no pc knowledge and this means nothing to me other than I have no email access. We then took the 2003 off-line and out of the domain. If it is the case, you will see the errors like these: "Unable to open your default e-mail folders. Reply Unemployed Microsoft Support says: August 28, 2015 at 3:30 pm Mike, thanks a bunch Reply Satya Nutella says: December 14, 2015 at 9:14 pm I am shutting the Office division
But in the satellite office on launch of Outlook it will often hang, or ask for a username and password (which does not work), or give them the error that says: Regards: Russell Reply Phil says: January 21, 2014 at 5:26 am I tried everything you mentioned, so thank you for all the great info! Any suggestions for accessing Outlook email? It worked.
To fix this issue, please do the following two things: Set the display color depth to 16-bit. But it is mostly important to repair pst file which will solved the MS Outlook error. It was so quick that I couldn't believe that anything had changed, but Outlook is now working perfectly with no data loss and no error messages. Rick.
Had all my old emails under "archive.pst". Reply Trish says: May 6, 2014 at 7:27 pm If you go to Control Panel Programs Programs and Features Select Microsoft Office Select Change A box will pop up asking you Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: May 6, 2014 at 10:09 am Hi Nasser, Sorry, I do not exactly understand what has happened on your machine. Amazing!
Below are the links to turn off Cached Exchange Mode in different Outlook versions: Turn off Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2013 Turn off Cached Exchange Mode in Outlook 2010 Turn Mapi32.dll Is Corrupt Or The Wrong Version - How to Fix Steps This document explains how to fix Cannot Start Microsoft Office Outlook. Thanks much for your insight! Usually this happens when you'd installed a newer version of Microsoft Office and then installed an older one.
Excel: featured articles Сompare 2 columns in Excel for matches and differences Merge Excel rows without losing data Creating a drop down list: static, dynamic, from another workbook Merge 2 columns his comment is here Thanks Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: September 26, 2014 at 1:39 pm Hello Peter, It's very difficult to detect the root of the problem remotely. solved the issue for my office 365 dilemma! Outlook PST file repair software: Yodot Outlook PST Repair is renowned for fixing any kind of errors like cannot start Outlook.
God Bless ! Click the Browse button and select your old .pst file. Reply Svetlana Cheusheva says: July 7, 2014 at 8:48 am Hello Alex, I am sorry I am not able to help with this because we do not have sufficient knowledge and this contact form Microsoft had to cut jobs after losing your support.
Mapi32.dll Is Corrupt Or The Wrong Version Outlook error should be resolved by following above steps. Switch to the Compatibility tab "Run this program in compatibility mode for" was checked again as Windows XP. Did I say thank you?
Would appreciate any help. If it does, then you can copy your current Outlook data file (.pst or .ost) from the broken mail profile to the newly created one. Also, you can contact Microsoft support, as David reported (please see comment 17) they did help him with this issue. MAPI32.DLL is corrupt or the wrong version.
One more cause of errors when starting Outlook is disabling the Encrypt data between Outlook and Microsoft Exchange setting. Go into Control Panel and Mail (32bit) and make a new profile and setup the account again. Everything works except Outlook. http://culturahq.com/cannot-start/cannot-start-microsoft-outlook-outlook-requires-microsoft-outlook-express.html Reply David says: March 13, 2014 at 8:54 am Thanks for a great post.
But when I tried to open newly installed Outlook 2007, I got this error: ‘Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. Reply Fonske says: January 5, 2016 at 10:02 am I had the same problem and eventually I resolved it by enabling the isatap adapter from Microsoft through the CLI (netsh int Reply Leonidas says: April 14, 2014 at 12:24 pm Thanks! Just give them a try, and these plug-ins will streamline your email communication and enhance your Outlook experience in so many ways!
for me the "3. So, wanting to upgrade to Exchange 2013 we installed one on the domain without the 2003 server (case of having too). All clients in the home office work fine. Reply Arch Bishop Gezmond Tutu says: November 27, 2014 at 6:46 am Thanks for the 'outlook.exe /resetnavpane" command Svetlana, that's a great tip!
We thank you for understanding! On the "Account Setting" dialog > Data files tab, select the new profile and click the Set as Default button on the toolbar. On the Start menu, click All Programs > Accessories > Run. Last week I set up a new email account for work (MS Exchange server), and it worked fine.
found it here. No information can be recovered" When I tried to retsore previous version, when I right click, restore is not an option. This could have been caused by installing other messaging software. Note: After a downgrade of Outlook, it is always highly recommended to recreate your mail profile as well.
Thanks a bunch! I was trying to back up my contacts and screwed things up. Any thoughts? On Windows XP, click Start > Run.