Yesterday I installed the win10 "November major upgrade" to my Win10 system. I upgraded to Win10 couple of months ago from Win7. There were some problems then but I managed to fix them. After yesterday's upgrade some of the problems reappeared. I had hard time to recall HOW I fixed it couple of months ago, but this one I just cannot get over:
When trying to send mail from Outlook 2007, this error appears: :Error 422.214.171.124 Policy violation . Your host xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx has no valid reverse DNS.: and mail resides in the "to be sent" folder. No need to say that before upgrade all worked OK and that this cannot be real error, because I can send mails from the same LAN via other devices. It seems that the upgrade changed something. The inability to send e-mail costs me lot of money and I need this to be solved asap.
I did the windows 10 upgrade yesterday and since then my Outlook 2010 cannot send mail. It receives mail as it should without any issues. I have multiple emails accounts with different vendors and it is doing the same on all of them so I have ruled out it being a hosting issue.I have also disabled all my internet security and firewall but that did not work at all?
I have just upgraded to Windows 10 and want to use the Mail app. I got it set up and it will receive but not send: I get this error message in my Inbox - "We weren't able to send this message, so we've put it in your Drafts folder. Before you try sending it again, you can check to see if the address is correct and that no attachments are too large". Obviously I've done those checks, I've run an sfc scan as advised in one of the forums, an adviser at my ISP has confirmed that the settings are correct ...
I do have the "Send to" context menu entry in windows explorer but there's only Bluetooth Device listed (and I even have this turned off, go figure). There is no E-Mail Recipient like it used to in my previous Windows installation.
I've tried the 7/8 Forums recommendations but my "Send to" folders in Default and User already contain the MAPI entry. I even deleted it and re-did it according to the tutorial but to no avail.
There's a fix it EXE available from some forum that fixes some Reg Entries but it was for Vista and does not work for Win10.
MS Outlook will not send email after windows 10 upgradeI loaded windows 10 from windows 7 and found that MS outlook would not send email. After searching google I found a reference to the SFC tool.close outlookOpen a command prompt in the administrator level
run sfc /scannow it runs about 15 minuets after completion, close command window reopen outlook and you will now be able to run outlook
At some point in the last couple of weeks the Send To/Mail Recipient function has stopped working. When I select a file and do the send to, Windows starts thinking, the explorer window that I have selected this from stops taking input and then eventually, with no error messages, the explorer window closes and desktop explorer resets.
My Default mail client is Outlook 2013 (15.0.4745.1000)
I have a laptop that had Window 7 and I did the upgrade. Everything went fine. But Windows Live Mail will not load. I have tried reinstalling Live Mail, repairing, and deleting install folder and registry. I also deleted the cache in app data folder. Is there anything else I can try? Sometimes it just shows the loading screen and other times it shows part of the screen with the loading screen on top. I outputted my emails and contacts but not in the format for Outlook. I planned to import them to outlook. After reading again it should have been in the "Microsoft exchange" format.
With the new W10 email client, either with my main account or a second Outlook account, it always picks a random alias for the 'From' address when creating a new email. In the web mail settings I have each account set to send from its primary address and W8 PCs Windows mail clients have an option to choose the used email address.
Where is the setting in W10 and how do I get this under control? This can't be an issue for most as the forums would be full of it. What am I messing up here? The email app is currently useless to me.
I cannot send emails from my laptop either with windows live mail or thunderbird all setting have been checked and rechecked I can send emails if I use the build in mail app and my outlook account I can also send emails via webmail it's just as if something is blocking outgoing mail ! Each time I try I just find the email sitting in the outbox and a error message saying unable to send or in the case of thunder bird just get the green line showing progress and it just sits there.
Unable to resize a batch of photos using the built-in Windows 10 resize feature with the Send To option:
1. Open a folder containing photos. 2. Select some photos. 3. Right-click selected photos and choose "Send to." 4. Click on "Mail Recipient" in the listed options in the pop-out menu. 5. Notice that the "Attach Files" dialogue box displays. 6. From the drop-down menu, I selected "Smaller: 640 x 480" 7. An estimate of the new total file size is given... press the Attach button. 8. Notice that the progress of the file re-size operation displays, "Preparing to send."
Receive error message, "There is no email program associated to perform the requested action..."
Not true, I went into the Control Panel and associated the Windows 10 Mail program as the default email program. Please see attached screen shots as verification/clarification. Is there something I am missing? I am using Windows 10 Pro.
Since updating to Windows 10 my Office 365 Outlook will not send emails - error unable to connect to network - yet it receives them OK and if I go to account settings and use 'Test' it sends and receives OK this is true of all my accounts, Hotmail, gmail and two domain accounts. All can be set up and work from the new Mail App. Have run online repair of Office 365 and rebooted to no avail,
Since upgrading to Windows 10 and choosing to keep all my settings and apps in place, Outlook now refuses to send e-mails, whether you are replying to a message sent to you or creating a new e-mail for sending. There is no problem in receiving e-mails.
The e-mails I've tried to send show up in my sent items (not stuck in Outbox) and I have discovered that if you try forwarding those 'sent' e-mails then they get through! Equally strange is that if you delete the 'FW' present in the subject line when forwarding they do not get through either!
I have visited many forums on this matter and tried running sfc /scannow as admin multiple times which does not fix it. I have also tried repairing my office installation which also does not make any difference.
I now get "Network Operation Failed" and below that, "Error with send/receive. There was an error synchronizing your folder hierarchy. Error: 80041004"
This Outlook install is part of Office 2010. Everything was running fine until this morning. I did a lot of searching and found a reference to a Control Panel setting. However, now, it appears that Control Panel has gone missing!!! I ran a utility on the command line, I forget the actual command, to deal with corrupted files. It found some issue, so it said. I rebooted. Nothing has changed... I've wasted the whole day so far.
I don't know if it is related but I seem to also have problems on some web sites displaying images. As if the HTML is displayed only, without the css settings. (Chrome browser) - same on Firefox browser.
Any way to add an email client to the Send To context menu in Windows 10?
Here's what I want to be able to do:
1. Right click file or files 2. Choose Send To> Mail Client 3. Have a blank email draft open with the files attached
The reason I want to be able to do this is because the current method takes longer. See below:
1. Open Mail Client 2. Select New Mail 3. Select Attach 4. Navigate to files 5. Select files
Currently there is a "Mail Recipient" within the context menu, but it is not compatible with any of the mail clients I've used (Gmail app, Windows Mail app, Mailbird). I've tried adding these to the SendTo folder in WindowsApps, but this only opens the app, not a blank email with the files already attached.
Having changed from windows 7 to windows 10 MS word now requires one to log into Microsoft Exchange to obtain address book MS exchange apparently is now required (at a PRICE) to send an E mails direct from MS word.
the email offered an update to windows live mail ,so I did it and now mail will not stay open ,,, I cant even get to the email to copy its contents here ,I will have to look on my other machine to get it ... I never line the new mail app ,just because it new maybe and not use to it, I will use outlook.com instead for Microsoft mail..
I need to reinstall Windows 10 on a duel booting computer, on separate drives and whilst I can transfer most of the personal data off the Win 10 drive to a new temp folder on the other drive and then back later to a newly installed clean version of Win 10 on the original drive, I cannot ascertain the various email data files (all of them). I have 4 separate email accounts in "live mail".
I mistakenly chose IE as the browser for my emails to open in when I imported my mails from outlook and I wish to change this to MS Edge. How to I go about this? I've checked in the settings, but it doesn't seem to have what I'm looking for. MY IE doesn't function as well as Edge and I'd like to correct this.