Today I noticed Micrososft Outlook 2016 would not start and only showed the splashscreen.
Starting Microsoft Outlook 2016 in safe mode fixed my problem.
Just go to the start screen and CTRL + click on the Outlook 2016 icon, it should present you a question, “if you want to start outlook in safe mode”.
Just enter: folder(inbox) in the searchbox and select “All Mailboxes”
To read mine Hotmail e-mails in Microsoft Outlook 2010, I followed the steps at http://win.downloadatoz.com/tutorial/5480,how-to-connect-hotmail-and-live-email-accounts-with-outlook-2010.html.
with some adjustments:
If you follow the steps above and you don’t have the Microsoft Outlook 2010 Hotmail connector installed, you will be asked to download and install the connector.
– Install the 32 or 64 bit version
– Restart Microsoft Outlook 2010
– You will be asked if you want to add a new Hotmail account, enter the correct Hotmail account information
After entering the correct information I received the following "Send and Receive errors":
Task ‘email@example.com’ reported error (0x8DE00005) : ‘This account does not have permission to synchronize your mail. To sign up to gain permission to synchronize with this account, please go to http://ideas.live.com and join the notification list for this Windows Live Hotmail product. You will be notified when your account is enabled. Error: 3202. Server. HTTPS is turned on for the web but not for this program. ‘
Following the steps at: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_2010-outlook/cannot-sendreceive-error-codes-0x80041059/eaec5d70-137e-41e5-9644-ea94dd9f1465 fixed the errors.
Click on "Account details (password, aliases, time zone)"
In the account overview go to: "Connect with HTTPS"
Check "Don’t use HTTPS automatically"
When you have instant search disabled, searching in Microsoft Outlook by using the "All Mail Items" button, does not return any result:
To search in "All Mail Items", without having instant search enabled, you must first enable "All folders" in the search results options:
Make sure you’re account is included in the "Locations to Search"
Install Microsoft Outlook 2010, after installing don’t start Microsoft Outlook 2010, first create a mail profile in Start > Control Panel > Mail
Follow the steps on http://blogs.technet.com/b/simonmay/archive/2010/08/16/manually-configure-outlook-2010-for-exchange-online-bpos.aspx to manually connect Microsoft Outlook 2010 to BPOS.
Except for the screen below: Uncheck [Use Cached Exchange Mode]
After I installed Microsoft Outlook 2010 on a Windows 7 x64 machine, I screwed up the exchange configuration and after that Microsoft Outlook 2010 starts with the error: Cannot open your default e-mail folders. The information store could not be opened.
I removed my exchange profile: Start > Control Panel > Mail > Show Profiles… > Remove the corrupted profile.
In my daily work I use two mailboxes:
- A Microsoft Hotmail account for private mail and text messages
- A Microsoft Exchange account for work mail and text messages
If you want to search for mail in the inbox and sent items folder of both accounts, just type the search keywords in the search box and click “All Mail Items”
Note: I use the Microsoft Outlook Hotmail connector (64 bits) to manage my hotmail in Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 (free download from Microsoft, does not require hotmail plus)
If you want to create a JournalItem from C#, you van use the following code:
// Get the default journal folder
MAPIFolder jounalFolder = Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.Session.GetDefaultFolder(OlDefaultFolders.olFolderJournal);
// Create a new journal item
JournalItem journalItem = jounalFolder.Items.Add(OlItemType.olJournalItem);
// Change some values of the new journal item
journalItem.Subject = "This is a new JournalItem";
journalItem.Duration = 60; // 60 minutes
journalItem.Start = DateTime.Now;
journalItem.Categories = "ADA";
journalItem.Type = "Task"; // Default is Phone Call
// Save the new journal item
The code can be used to create Mails, Task, Contacts, Appointments etc. Just change OlDefaultFolders.olFolderJournal and OlItemType.olJournalItem to the correct types.
If you want to send SMS text messages from within Microsoft Outlook 2010, you can use ActiveSync (Windows Mobile Device Center).
- Disconnect you’re HD2 from you’re desktop computer.
- On the HD2 click on the Windows button
- Click on Connectivity
- Click on Menu > Options.. > Exchange Server > Check Text Messages > OK
You will receive a welcome e-mail:
Congratulations! After connecting your mobile device to Exchange Server 2010, you can now send text messages from Outlook 2010 and Outlook Web App on your computer. You can also receive and reply to text messages.
To start sending text messages from your computer, close and reopen Outlook 2010 or Outlook Web App.
Now you’ve got one more way to communicate with friends, family, and colleagues. To find out more about using Text Messaging from your Inbox, click here.
- In Microsoft Outlook 2010, click on
- Create you’re sms and send it
Not using Microsoft Outlook 2010
If you are not using Microsoft Outlook 2010 and Exchange 2010, you can still send SMS text message from you’re PC, by using the tool MyMobiler (http://mymobiler.com/)
- Install MyMobiler
- Connect you’re HD2 to you’re pc, on you’re HD2 “Choose a connection type” Active Sync , click OK
- On you’re PC open MyMobiler:
- Click on the Windows button in MyMobiler, then click on HTC Messages
If you want the get all categories from the master category list in Outlook 2010, use the Session object from the application:
Categories categories = Globals.ThisAddIn.Application.Session.Categories;
foreach (Category category in categories)
string name = category.Name;
This will list all categories from the dialog “All Categories…”: