Outlook 2007 - Cannot Send This Item / Out Of Memory Or System Resources
Jul 10, 2011
When I Send Message from outlook 2007, it show following error "Cannot send this item. Out of memory or system resources, close some window or program". PC Configuration- Windows 7 Sp1, Ram 4 gb, Hard Disk 320.
i have just installed ms outlook 2007 on my laptop. I am using windows 7. I am not able to send/receive mails in it. Whenever i try to click on send/recieve tab, everytime it gives me an error messege with code (0x80042108). Not able to use my outlook. I have configured my yahoo mail id in it.
My outlook 2007 is trying to send more messages than what is in the outbox, it then says Preparing to send/receive....for quite a while, then fails with an error message.I have had the ISP log in remotely and check email settings. ( I have three pop3 email accounts) and he said it must be antivirus problem.I then had the antivirus people uninstall then install a updated version of Norton. The problem remained. We then deactivated the firewall...still no change.I have googled threads with this problem and cannot find a solution.Oh and I even tried the Just Answer website (which unfortunately wasted a good half hour of my time to not even give me somewhere to start)
when I click Send/Receive in Outlook 2007 it fails and I get an Error message - 0x80040600. I've tried running the Repair Tool in SCANPST.EXE but this doesn't help, it states that all errors have been fixed, but then I still get the error message. I'm not running Exchange.
I'm using Outlook 2007 on a Windows 2007 OS with a gmail account (pop3). When I send and receive I get the error message "reported error (0x8007000E) : 'Out of memory or system resources. Close some windows or programs and try again.'" I don't have any other windows or programs open... Don't know what to do,
I just bought a laptop (HP Pavilion dual core 4GB RAM) and set up 3 user accounts on it. Within the first few days I received a message upon login that the system was low on resources and I had to log into an account that was already in use. The problem is that all of the accounts are logged out. The problem is getting progressively worse and I have to reboot the computer virtually every time I log in. I've performed virus scans and have been observing the processes over time via the resource monitor.
I have an old XP laptop which I was using Outlook Express for one of my mail accounts (a work account). I also ran regular Outlook for another (personal). I want to have both of these accounts on my new PC.
My new PC is running Windows 7 wiht Office 2007. I used the Windows transfer cable and things worked failry well. My regular Outlook files all came over well, but nothing for Outlook Express.
I really would like to take this time to somehow export my OE files into my Outlook 2007. I would really like to keep the account which imported in on Outlook seperate.
Question 1: Is there a way to import my OE files into Outlook 2007?
Question 2: Is there a way to have two seperate email accounts in Outlook without combining them? Basically I want to have a work email and a personal and keep them seperate.
If I can't have two seperate emails with Outlook, can anyone suggest something which would allow me to export my old Outlook (the old personal emails) into another program so that I can at least use my work email on Outlook 2007?
i have just got a new pc with windows 7 on it and have installed office 2007.my old pc was windows xp and outlook express 6
how do i get the emails from my old pc into outlook 2007 on my new pc?i can copy the pst and dbx files but are these the right ones and wht ever i seem to do i can get outlook 2007 to import the emails
Everytime I turn on my laptop, the fdrespub process uses all my system resources causing the response to be very slow. Why is this taking up so many resouces and how do I fix it?
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 220.127.116.11 OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1, 64 bit Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4300 @ 2.10GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10 Processor Count: 2 RAM: 3999 Mb Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family, 1807 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 226077 MB, Free - 19608 MB; D: Total - 12195 MB, Free - 0 MB; Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 3612 Antivirus: Norton 360, Updated and Enabled
I shut the lid on my laptop when I went to the store. I have it customized to where it goes to sleep, plugged in or on AC power, when the lid is shut. I was gone for about twenty minutes. When I opened it, the three users popped up at the log in screen. One for my roommates, one for me, and the third is for my fingerprint, which uses a built-in validity sensor, software being HP SimplePass. Now, when I tried to log in, it gave me the following error message:"Your system is running low on resources. You can not log in as a new user. Please log in using an account that is already..." (I can't remember that last part of this final sentence.)I restarted my PC and everything is now as it should be.
What I'd like to do is locate some piece of software on the Internet that would clean all the crap off my computer without specifically having to go through file by file to do it all myself.I could reformat, but then I would have to back up everything I want to keep. It's funny how I can reformat my computer, re-install the stuff I need, and then everything is working spectacularly again. Why is that?I basically want to remove everything that's clogging system resources, remove services that are installed on my computer but are not being used, or not needed, duplicate files that are just taking up system space, invalid, corrupt, duplicate entries within the Registry, etc... But I need to do that without harming my computer.
Everything has been working great but I have one problem that I have been unable to solve. I cannot send email (windows Live) from MS Office 2007. After resetting the defaults 50 times and reinstalling almost everything, I was able to get IE explorer 8 to recognize live mail as the default and email links etc. When I hit send in office it thinks Mail has not been installed but it does open the mail. Then It gives me an error about Ms exchange and then No mail installed. To add to the woes I cannot make a new post so i must feed off a Thread and hope someone will notice this.
I am trying to add SMS functionality to Outlook to make a notfication system (e-mail and SMS.) I got an idea from this page Setup instructions for sending SMS from Microsoft Outlook 2007 It seems great.Outlook Mobile Services makes it possible to create and send SMS messages in Outlook. can use OMS only over HTTPS (encrypted) channel. I can create a self-signed certificate with the use of makecert program.To create a self-signed certificate Ineed mkcert script. Is it correct if I type one of the following commands into Command Prompt?
I'm trying to send emails using BCC, i'am able to send emails with just 1 entry on BCC. The problem starts when i enter 2 or more email address under BCC. It doesn't stay on the outbox, it stays on the sent items. All the recipients doest receive the mail. And i'm having <rx> Mail queued for delivery. on outlook log.I tried it with another computer with same setup, same email account, same email, same recipients and number of recipients. 1 BCC entry went through and was received ok and i was also able to send with 3 or more BCC entry and email was received properly.
I've searched the forum and while i've seen similar issues going on none of the other troubleshoot techniques seem to do the trick for me. I linked out look to a domain email address I have and I am able to receive emails with no issue. When I send emails it actually shows "inbox(1)" then moves into the sent mail folder but it never arrives at the destination.
Quote: With Microsoft Outlook 2010, you can stay connected beyond just e-mail messages. Sending and receiving text messages (SMS) in Microsoft Outlook 2010 is a convenient way to send a quick note to say you are running late, a reminder to a co-worker, or just to say Happy New Year!
With text messaging in Outlook 2010, you can also forward your upcoming Outlook schedule or important e-mail messages directly to your mobile device as a text message � a great way to stay connected when you are on the go. Getting Started
There are two ways to set up text messaging in Outlook 2010. The easiest way is with a Windows phone running 6.1 with an update or 6.5, and connected to a Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 account. With this setup, your text messages are synchronized from Outlook to your mobile device for sending. As an added bonus, messages that you receive are synchronized back to Outlook for easy reading in your Inbox.
If you don�t have a Windows phone or an Exchange 2010 account, you can still configure text messaging in Outlook 2010 by signing up for a third-party service that sends text messages on your behalf. These services charge a nominal fee for message delivery, but there is a free trial period so you can try it out before you subscribe. Although the use of a third-party messaging service requires more initial setup, after connected, you can then send texts from the convenience of your computer. No longer will you be hunched over a tiny phone trying to add all of those addresses from your phone book just to say �Be there in 10.�
For more information and instructions on setting up text messaging, see Introduction to Text Messaging in Outlook. Source - Microsoft Outlook 2010 : Send Text Messages Using Outlook 2010
I have outlook 2010 and windows 7 on a new laptop I just got from Dell.Outlook is very slow to open and send emails often it won't open but tells me I have to restart the computer.I've had this laptop for 4 months now and the problem started the first day and has gotten worse
When I'm at work outlook 2010 will send e-mails without any problems. When I go home after work and try to send an e-mail, they go straight to the outbox folder. They won't send until I'm back at work the following day.
I use Outlook 2010 to process several email accounts. I noticed a few days ago that a couple of the email accounts had vanished from the list. I also noticed that one still present was not sending or receiving. I tried re-entering the password and when that didn't work I deleted and re-entered the account. It tests fine but the test message never shows up in my Outlook inbox. It does show up immediately on my phone when I check my mail there.
After pressing "send/receive" pretty often my Outlook 2010 stops responding, blue ring is spinning and if I click anyplace I'm getting "fog" over screen. When I want to close program, Outlook offers to find fix or restart or shut off, if I choose fix it is searching and after while is restarting program. I have talked to Microsoft techs, they checked, everything was fine, and suggested to restart Outlook if it will happen again. I do not think this is the way how Outlook 2010 should work.