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How to Extract Email Addresses from Mail Folders in Outlook

You will need to extract email addresses from Outlook folders for various reasons. Maybe you want to import Outlook email addresses to your Gmail account. Or maybe you don’t want to invest in expensive email marketing systems, but wish to send out emails to potential clients following a seminar. Whatever the situation is, extracting email addresses is the first step. This article explains how you can extract email addresses in Outlook. It also provides tips on recovering deleted emails in Outlook. Read on to learn more. How to extract email addresses in Outlook? Extracting email addresses from mail folders in

Fixed – Cannot Open your Default E-mail Folders, the Information Store Could not be Opened

This is a common error that occurs if compatibility mode is enabled in Outlook. It can also occur due to add-ins or corruption in the Outlook data file. This article explains some troubleshooting steps to resolve the issue. Disable compatibility mode Compatibility mode may be enabled in Outlook your knowledge. This may cause your Outlook to behave differently and throw error messages. For Outlook 2013, go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 15\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 15\ For Outlook 2010, go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 14\ or C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 14\ Right click on exe and click on Properties In Compatibility tab, uncheck ‘Run Outlook

Fix “An unknown error occurred, error code 0x8004011d” in Outlook

  If you’re using an exchange account for your Outlook, there may be certain synchronization issues. Meaning, when your internet connection is interrupted, you can still access all your emails and other data that has been previously downloaded. You can work offline like compose messages, add contacts etc. Later when a connection is established, your emails will be sent and data is synced. One such error in Outlook is ‘Task Exchange Server reported error 0X8004011d: The server is not available. Contact your administrator if the condition persists’. There are some manual methods to fix this issue and they are explained

Outlook 2016 Error Opening Word or Excel Attachment/file

  Microsoft Outlook is a great application for sending/receiving emails, managing tasks, contacts, calendar and organizing your files in folders for better access. Since it comes as part of Office suite, it is but natural to expect other formats such as Word, Excel files to be easily accessible via Outlook. However, Outlook shows an error: “Word experienced an error trying to open the file” “Microsoft Outlook (Protected View) has stopped working” “The file is corrupt and cannot be opened” The prompt also asks you to try some suggestions: Check the file permissions for the document or drive. Make sure there

Solved – Cannot start Microsoft Outlook the Command Line Argument is not Valid

Microsoft Outlook is one of the most popular email clients used by several users across the world. Apart from handling emails, Outlook can also be used to manage tasks, calendar, contacts, note taking, journaling and so on. There are times during Outlook usage you might come across this error message: “Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. The command line argument is not valid. Verify the switch you are using.” This issue occurs when you are using Windows Client to open .msg document object. Let us check out possible solutions to this error: Disable Add-ins Try this method in Outlook safe mode. It

Resolved – An unknown Outlook Error 0x8004019 has Occurred

When you try to read, send or receive email messages in Outlook, you may encounter error messages. A common error is ‘An unknown Outlook error Ox8004019 has occurred’. This error is mainly caused due to corruption in Outlook data file called .pst. Outlook saves your emails, attachments, contacts, etc in a backup file on your computer. This backup file is called PST file. These files can get corrupted due to various reasons. A system crash or oversized PST files are some of the most common reasons for corruption in these files. How to resolve the error Ox8004019? Step 1: Use

How to Import OST Emails to Office 365

Have you ever thought of the advantages of having Exchange mailbox data on a cloud platform like Office 365? If you have internet connectivity, then emails in Office 365 can be universally accessible. So for this purpose, many users are moving their offline Outlook Data file (OST) to Office 365. There are various methods by which you can do this. So how to import OST emails to Office 365 account? You cannot directly move Outlook to Office 365 environment. You can convert OST file to PST and then upload to Office 365 account. Additionally, you can also make use of

Transfer Outlook AutoComplete NK2 File to Outlook 2016, 2013, and 2010

  There are times when you have to move Outlook AutoComplete NK2 files to a higher Outlook version, for instance to Outlook 2016, Outlook 2013, or Outlook 2010. This is done by the Outlook built-in command – ‘outlook.exe /importnk2’.  So when you are transferring Outlook 2016, 2013, or 2010 AutoComplete file to a new profile or a new computer, then copy paste stream_autocomplete*.dat file to the proper folder path. So first let’s see how to import and merge Outlook AutoComplete NK2 file to Outlook 2016, 2013, and 2010 from earlier Outlook versions to a new profile or computer: See to

How to Backup Outlook 2016, 2013, and 2010 Data

Emails are the source of communication in an organization, and users spend most of their workday sending emails and scheduling meetings. So if you are using Outlook, then you would want to backup important data like emails, contacts, calendars, and so on, as you cannot afford to lose them. Over time, backing up Outlook data has become easy beginning with Office 2010. You don’t have to worry about many folders; the backup will be stored in a single file. This is especially useful when you have to import PST file on another computer. So here is a complete guide on

How to Fix Outlook Performance Issues?

In Microsoft Outlook, you may encounter some issues when you have lots of items in a single folder. Some of those problems are something like this: When performing certain options using Cached Exchange Mode or an Outlook data (.pst) file, you notice performance issues Also, you experience decreased performance in Outlook if the Inbox, Calendar, Tasks, Sent Items, and Deleted Items folders contain lots of items Likewise, if you have lots of mail folders, you may experience performance issues like: In cached mode, folders are not displayed correctly, or they take a long time to appear If your Outlook profile has