How often does your Outlook go haywire? Or how often does it, uh, stop working?
Yes, I know both mean the same, I just couldn’t come up with anything better, that’s all. Anyways, if you’re having such a tough time with Outlook , maybe it’s time you took it to a good computer repair shop. This article wouldn’t be of any help!
However, if it’s just the Calendar function which is acting up, you might as well fix it with the instructions in this article. Well, let’s look at that in the next section. Read on!
When you try to create a new Calendar entry in Outlook, you might as well get an error message. This error can be a big pain if you don’t know how to fix it. But before we get to the Outlook repair steps, how is this caused?
Well, experts think that this error is caused when you’ve exceeded the .pst size limit. Anyways, the next section will surely help you deal with the error. Go on!
Outlook repair steps
- Try restarting your computer. In most cases, this fixes the issue!
- If that doesn’t do the trick, try clearing up the Deleted Items folder in the email client. Open View menu and select Folder List. From here, right click on the Deleted Items folder and choose to Empty Deleted Items Folder. Once that’s done, re-launch Outlook and see if it’s fixed.
- The Inbox Repair Tool might also be able to help. For this, click Start->Control Panel->Classic View->Mail->Services->Personal Folders->right click and then choose Properties. Once here, make a note of the path information somewhere.
Now click on Start->Accessories->System Tools->Inbox Repair Tool. Type in the path, noted down earlier, under Drives and then click Start to, uh, start off the scan. Once done, re-launch Outlook and see if things are okay.
- If all of the above fail, then you can try creating a new PST file. For this, go to the Services tab (from last step), choose Personal Folders and then click Remove.
Now, click Add and then choose Personal Folders. Click OK and give a suitable name for the .pst file. Open and then press OK.
Well, that should get your Outlook fixed. If not, contact a proper Outlook repair personnel as soon as possible!Google+