I have a customer that has Windows 10 desktops with Office 2013 Home & Business reporting that Outlook 2013 has begun to fail to open public folders they use for some shared calendars.

I have had the customer roll back from the version they are using currently 15.0.4849.1003 to the previous build 15.0.4841.1002 which seems to have resolved the problem.

Is this a known issue and do we know which of the next builds will contain a fix?

26. August 2016 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized

It is the only way to figure out what works best. Refine your workouts with what you have learned and continue to progress. What kind of workout causes most physical damage? It is the subject that arouses most heated discussions in sports medicine. With the increase in popularity of Cross Fit acquits, this debate has been soaked in kerosene. Without a doubt that Corss Fit site has made ​​its mark on the dysfunctional Exoslim world of fitness, but as compared to traditional workouts, which distrung joints, such as power lifting, bodybuilding and running, in terms of orthopedic and general health?

 

Here are the top most destructive forms of training. When I say destructive, I mean the impact on joints and spine, and the risk of serious injury. There are other opinions, but the sequence provided is accepted by most specialists. 

 

No matter what the sport practice from the list below, there are ways to lessen their impact on soft tissue (aritculatii and tendons). These practices are included in the article.

 

http://soundcloudcommunity.org/exoslim/

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It is the only way to figure out what works best. Refine your workouts with what you have learned and continue to progress. What kind of workout causes most physical damage? It is the subject that arouses most heated discussions in sports medicine. With the increase in popularity of Cross Fit acquits, this debate has been soaked in kerosene. Without a doubt that Corss Fit site has made ​​its mark on the dysfunctional Exoslim world of fitness, but as compared to traditional workouts, which distrung joints, such as power lifting, bodybuilding and running, in terms of orthopedic and general health?

 

Here are the top most destructive forms of training. When I say destructive, I mean the impact on joints and spine, and the risk of serious injury. There are other opinions, but the sequence provided is accepted by most specialists. 

 

No matter what the sport practice from the list below, there are ways to lessen their impact on soft tissue (aritculatii and tendons). These practices are included in the article.

 

http://soundcloudcommunity.org/exoslim/

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Unable to send or receive messages for the Hotmail (phaney1) account.

Server Error: 3219
Server: 'https://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0/Sync.aspx'
Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00005
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Unable to send or receive messages for the Hotmail (phaney1) account.

Server Error: 3219
Server: 'https://mail.services.live.com/DeltaSync_v2.0.0/Sync.aspx'
Windows Live Mail Error ID: 0x8DE00005
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Split from this thread.

I started having this same problem as well today in Outlook 2016, sending from a Hotmail account on a Windows 10 PC laptop.

I get the following message:

"This is an automatically generated Delivery Status Notification.

Delivery to the following recipients failed.

[recipient email address]"

I'm emailing to addresses I've emailed to earlier this week with no problem. And when I used Windows Live Mail to send the same email to the same email addresses after the bounce back notice in Outlook, it worked fine. The emails went through, as evidenced by the responses I got from the recipients. The problem occurs when I forward and reply to an address. When I sent myself a new test email message in Outlook, it went though okay.

I checked the support article linked on the previous page of responses (https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Sent-email-in-Outlook-com-comes-back-delivery-failed-45e048ac-f7b1-4c0f-b525-081cb34f1062?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US&fromAR=1), and none of those issues seem to apply in my case based on the fact that I can successfully send from WLM the same message that had bounced with a "Delivery Status Notification (Failure)" in Outlook. So this appears to be an Outlook bug that cropped up today after 10am PST (I had successfully responded to two emails earlier this morning in Outlook, albeit to different addresses than the ones that bounced).

Thanks!

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When I set up an Outlook email to print either to the default printer or the wi fi printer, I get a message saying "booklets should be printed double-sided ..." and referral to the print options in the properties dialog box for the printer.  Those properties are set for normal printing memo style etc. as they have been for a long time. If I hit print, it does not matter if I change the properties or not.   I get maybe 35 alphabetical letters printed on the outer margins for page after page even though I am trying to print a paragraph-long email.  my hard- wired printer prints a few pages and stops.  Both my printers work just fine printing Word documents and pdf documents.  Any thoughts?  I'm working from Windows 7 on an HP laptop using Microsoft Office 7.  Any ideas?
26. August 2016 · Write a comment · Categories: Uncategorized

I'm having issues with Outlook where my inbox (connected to Exchange Server) "resets" and completely empties and then has to redownload everything from the server. This happens to me multiple times per day. The mail isn't actually deleted and if I log into OWA on the web I can see everything, it is only affecting me through Outlook.

Issue occurred both in Outlook 2013 and now 2016.

I've deleted my OST multiple times and had it recreated.

I've deleted my Mail profile and recreated.

I've slimmed down what I store on Exchange. It's currently about 800 items in the inbox and less than 650mb (in the inbox proper)

Cached Exchange mode is enabled and I've played with the length of time... from 6 months to 12 to 24.

I've searched the web and can't find anything. I've engaged our IT team and they don't know what's causing it. I've enabled logging in Outlook, but I can't interpret the logs.

It FEELS like if I'm on a slow internet connection it happens more frequently. Almost like it loses sync with Exchange. It only seems to affect the actual inbox, and other nested folders on Exchange don't seem to be affected. Same with the calendar. I don't know if that's all in my head or not...

Any ideas Netizens?

Let's say I receive a message from William, and from that message I create a message rule that will apply to all subsequent messages I receive from William. Now let's say I receive a message from Henry, and from that message I create a new message rule that has the exact same criteria as the message rule for William.

Rather than making two separate message rules with the exact same criteria, it would be great if I could simply add Henry to William's message rule. Can this be done on Outlook 2016?

It's easy to create a message rule that will apply to many contacts. But here William and Henry are senders, not contacts.

I don't know if it is a coincidence or if it's linked, but after I got a new Android phone many of my email address seem messed up in my Outlook 2016 desktop program.  One issue is that several email addresses have been changed to Name < *** Email address is removed for privacy *** > then it doesn't send anywhere.  I go back in and retype the address but when I hit send it changes it again and won't send.  The other issue I'm having is that it won't save the email addresses in a couple of contacts that I've had for quite a while.  All of a sudden their email addresses disappeared from their cards.  I can type it in (and it shows up for an auto fill) but the minute I hit save it disappears again. I've tried creating new contacts and that doesn't help either.  I've tried to fix this as I go but sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't and it's starting to drive me crazy!  Any ideas what is going on?

I have updated through 365 to Outlook 2016 and there is no address book? If I type in a contact in the contacts search area the contact comes up but nothing like a book as before? I am running a MacBook Pro
Thank you Microsoft. You did an extensive "update" today, and wiped out all my contacts and calendars in Outlook. When I called to ask for help in recovering the data, I was told too bad, my version is Outlook 2007, and unless I want to buy a 2012 online version and pay a subscription fee, there is no technical support. How can you force an update, then not help when the update destroys that kind of data?? Apparently the only logical solution is to purchase a reliable Apple product and forget Microsoft Windows.
Thank you Microsoft. You did an extensive "update" today, and wiped out all my contacts and calendars in Outlook. When I called to ask for help in recovering the data, I was told too bad, my version is Outlook 2007, and unless I want to buy a 2012 online version and pay a subscription fee, there is no technical support. How can you force an update, then not help when the update destroys that kind of data?? Apparently the only logical solution is to purchase a reliable Apple product and forget Microsoft Windows.
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I use Windows Live Mail for email & Windows Photo Gallery for photos.  I had no problem sending photo emails with Windows 7 or Windows 8, but now that I have updated to Windows 10, I can no longer send photo emails.  I get the message that "an unknown error has occurred" error 0x8007007A.  I am not particularly fluent in "computer-eeze" and simply want a product that operates efficiently & easily.  Windows 7 seemed to suit my needs far more than Windows 10.

I have Outlook 365 (2016 edition) connected to hotmail.  Everything had been working fine but today I can no longer see e-mails in outlook that are from last week, two weeks ago, three weeks ago, and last month.  I can only see this week and e-mails that fall into the older category.  I logged into hotmail via the WEB and all of the e-mails are still there.  I tried deleting the ost file and recreating it.  The missing e-mails show up in outlook for a few minutes but as outlook continues to sync with hotmail they go missing after a few minutes.

Any ideas of how to fix this?

Thanks,

Ed