I could email PDF files from outlook 2010 with no problems. I tried to return to outlook 2010 but cannot get it to work. Do I need to uninstall
outlook 2013 before going back to outlook 2010?? The settings are correct but I still cannot get outlook 2010 to work again. My OS is
Windows 7 64 bit.
I can not attach files or change fonts or colors. Now when I try to send an email or respond to an email the SEND just spends forever. I must quit Outlook then re-start it. Can anyone help me?
I can start Safari and then go to Hotmail and log in and every thing works just fine. Only when I try to use Hotmail (Outlook) through Internet Explorer do I have all these problems. What can I do? At this point in time I feel I must abandon my account with
Hotmail (Outlook) and go some where else so I can get an email that does not cause me so much trouble.
Please let me know what I can do?
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First time poster as Google usually solves all my issues.
I have recently purchased a Windows 8 computer and installed Office 2013 on it. Outlook is not grabbing emails from my IMAP server. It will frequently grab one or two emails, but not the entire folder. This issue is
not resolved by clicking on the Send/Receive or update folder button.
I can get Outlook to pull some of the emails if I clear out the "inbox" in outlook (I move them into My Outlook Data File) and then click the Send/Receive button. When this happens, Outlook frequently only pulls one
or two emails when there are significantly more than that present on the server. I can repeat the process of clearing those emails from the server folder, which will result in a few more coming in. In some (apparently random) incidents, it will pull a large
body of emails (more than 10) but may still miss a few of them.
This results in me moving the contents of my inbox complete into the data file over the course of a day in order to see if new emails have come in. This is less than ideal.
This issue was not resolved by creating a new a Outlook account.
I am connecting to an IMAP server through SSL hosted on bluehost.com.
This issue is not present on my iPhone mail application.
This issue is not present on a separate machine running Outlook 2010.
Is Microsoft going to correct the issue they have with being unable to sync Outlook for Mac 2011 with the iPhone on an Apple device? If Sync Services will not work what is Microsoft going to do about it? I am getting very tired of the finger pointing and
am getting to the point of having to make a decision - stop using Outlook which will lead to stopping the use of MS office for a multitude of people. We need to be able to sync these iPhones with Outlook but cannot.
We are running the latest Apple OS and iOS as we should be. Will Microsoft correct their problem?
When I left work a little while ago, I transferred some personal emails and folders from my work Outlook account on to a memory stick. I can't remember if I did this by "Exporting" them or just by copying them. I now want to transfer them from the
memory stick on to my home PC which is using Outlook Express but I can't see how to do that. The "Import" tool doesn't seem to allow for importing files and when I tell it that I'm transferring something from Outlook it won't allow that either. As I have left
work, I no longer have any access to my original work Outlook account so I can't go back and transfer the files any other way.
Our small business is currently using a HTML signature affixed to the bottom of all of our email correspondence. These images are downloaded from our web server. We have changed Outlook's configuration via the registry to not download and attach these
images to the emails, but rather to solely link to them only. However, an issue we've noticed is that on replies and forwards, the images do not come through, but are rather represented as incomplete squares (see here to see what I mean: http://cl.ly/image/1t1p0A0r2b0m).
Are there any settings in Outlook to always display these for the recipient?
I was running outlook on my acer tablet in Windows 8 via Office 365. I got a notice that said that Outlook had run into an unexpected problem and would have to close. It closed, and then I got a red box notice that said Outlook could self repair locally
or on the web (would take longer.) I chose the local repair. It then ground away for about 20 minutes, and then the self repair box closed. After the self repair notice closed, I tried to reopen Outlook, and it would do nothing. So I rebooted. Now when
I touch the Windows 8 icon for Outlook, I get a message that Outlook is having trouble opening because I cannot run two programs of Outlook at one time. But nothing is open on my computer. I have rebooted and still get the same problem.
I am using Outlook 2007 with a Windows 7 OS. Every time I try to open Outlook, it wants me to enter my password, even though I have it saved. I have run defrag, registry cleaner, Office Repair, uninstalled and re-installed the complete Office software,
called my ISP, all to no avail. I can get web mail fine, so I do know it is not a password issue. I use Firefox as my browser. I use Avast as my anti-virus and I did unclick the email settings on it just to double check. That made no difference. I have
not been able to use Outlook since 5/2, and it's getting very frustrating. I've also tried several of the suggestions I've seen posted here on the community. Any additional help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!