In Outlook, I rely on the auto fill when typing an email address. usually, the name fills in after typing one or two letters. Since upgrading to windows 10, this feature no longer works. Although the list of correct email addresses appears, when I click on it, it no longer fills in the name and I have to completely retype the email address.
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
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.
My OS is Windows 10. I have been using MS Office Outlook for my email. I've used it for years. A few weeks ago I decided to try gmail so I set up an account. I did not give anyone my gmail address but for some reason I started to get a lot of my email from friends who have my Outlook address. I even got some of the junk mail on gmail. I then shut down my gmail account as I don't like it. Then I noticed that I wasn't getting much email. So I opened my gmail account and there were dozens of email messages there. Here's my problem. I want to close my gmail account but then I'll miss all of the messages that will go there. My question is. How can I stop messages from going to the gmail?
I am having trouble configuring Outlook 2010 on a new Windows 10 Pro clean install so that mail from multiple Gmail and Comcast accounts all go into 1 PST file. I would like to have 1 inbox for all 5 email accounts.
Even when I use "Manually configure Server settings" and specify an existing PST on D:Outlook, Outlook creates a new PST file on C:Users(My Username)AppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook.
I want to change some settings which control search in Outlook but I cannot find where Files is to select the appropriate options. I have clicked everywhere I can see, without finding Files (which I have seen referred to in an article).
How do you pin Outlook web app to your taskbar on pc? I was able to do this in windows 7 but I can't remember how? I also sent a password for my nieces Outlook through Viber and when I click on it on my smartphone and it took me straight to my Outlook account. Have I now compromised myself to hackers?
It receives email just fine and will send a test email when you are in advanced settings but will any emails created just sit in outbox. The error comes up and says " 8x800ccc13 cannot connect to the network verify your network connection or modem" Which is working of course as I'm online
Trying to set up my outlook in the Win 10 mail app...have all settings enter3ed correctly...including Outlook password for my cox email account...but every time I try to sync...sync window 10 just spins..Bigger issue is if I check the password for my outlook (Cox) account...the number of characters has doubled in Win 10 Mail settings ??My Outlook account for this mail box has 9 characters...works fine in Outlook 2003...
But when I check the password in the mail app...more than 12 characters-*'s show up in Win 10 app for password.Have deleted and added outlook mail pop a number of times...but after 'save'...I always get a much longer 'password'(*****etc) in settings than was entered in setup ?
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?
To Sync your email to Outlook after doing some email maintenance, hit the refresh button. I have attached a view of the button for reference. Note if you also are looking to manage your folders from Windows Mail, I have found that I need to do that from within Outlook. Unless someone has found another way....
I've double-checked the Outlook Options setting for playing a sound when an email is received, and the box is checked. I've also tested sound on my system, and it is working properly. However, Outlook no longer plays a sound when email is received. I've also tested the "New Mail Notification" setting in Win 10 "Sound", and it works properly with the Windows default "Windows Notify Email.wav" file selected.
I don't know why an incoming email makes no sound.
I upgraded to Win10/Office 2016 from Win7/Office 2013. At the same time, I changed my web mail (Gmail) from POP3 to IMAP. Since the upgrade, Outlook creates *.ost data files instead of *.pst data files.
As far as I am able to determine, *.ost files are a product of or are otherwise related to an Exchange server, with which I am not associated., i.e., I am using my home custom PC. I also log in to Win10 with a local (vs. Microsoft) account. In Outlook, Work Offline in Send/Receive preferences is grayed out and red Xed; the Outlook icon in the task bar is also red Xed.
All of my searches about this issue relate it to Outlook behavior with an Exchange server. Not being on an Exchange server, I can find no solutions. When I first set up Win10, I logged on using a MS account but no longer do so. Nevertheless, I am wondering if I am tied to MS servers.
My question: however I accomplish it, how do I tweak Outlook to create *.pst data files instead of the *.ost data files.