I'm running Outlook 2007 with Windows 7 on my Dell Vostro 220. I recently started getting the popup prompting me to save my password in outlook. This has happened before on other computers in my office and we normally fix it by changing the password. This time I've changed the passwords, tried everything listed here - [URL] and it still wont save. I am prompted for the password every time I try to run a send/receive or when any email comes in or out. At first I would just hit save two or three times and it would go away for a little while until I got another email but the the emails would be sent or received. Now I am getting incoming emails but cant send, it just keeps popping back up.
An issue with Outlook 2007 in combination with my Microsoft Exchange e-mail account was that it couldn't remember the password and I had to enter it every time I started Outlook. This was solved by adding a credential through 'control user passwords2', a workaround which can be found on several sites.
However, this doesn't seem to work anymore using Outlook 2010 with Windows 7. Or at least it seems to work different, but I can't get it to work. Outlook itself creates a generic credential in the form of MS.Outlook: USERNAME>@<EXCHANGESERVER>:PUT, but on another website I found the form MS.Outlook:<E-MAILADDRESS>@<EXCHANGESERVER>:PUT It also creates two Windows credentials, one with the username also as server and one with the correct exchange server, username and password. What should I add to make Outlook remember my password?
I also tried some other workarounds for previous versions of Outlook, but they all didn't work. I tried these: Stop Outlook/Outlook Express Asking For Your Password Every Time | Windows Vista | Windows Tools, Help & Guides Outlook 2007 won't save passwords in Vista...save password..
My computer crashed then re-booted to the login. After logging in, it all seemed to load as usual. Then I clicked on the icon for Outlook 2007 and it came up with the request for the password to the Personal Folders(1).pstThe problem is that I can't recall ever setting the password for that particular personal folder and after several attempts it refuses to let me in to Outlook. I can see the Menu bar and the titles in the menu bar but cannot click on them or ANYTHING.Have tried using Scanpst.exe without success. When I look in C:Users Pete App Data Local Microsoft Outlook I can see the archive .pst file there. The one that is causing the problem(Personal Folders(1).pst) is in a separate folder.My computer is Windows 7 x 64 Professional with Office 2007 sp2. Memory is 4Gb, I have My Documents in a separate HDD. Have attached a .docx of the issue.
I have installed Outlook 2007 on a 2 year old HP slimline with Win7. The computer broke down and constantly was shutting itself off. We had 1 more month in warrantee. Hp took 2 attempts at sending people with different parts and finally fixed that problem (supposedly). Regardless I cannot install Outlook without constantly entering the password in order to send & to receive. I set up the commands the way mindspring.com ( which is under earthlink.net) says to do and even used to ports they say to use for smtp. I followed all their intructions to no avail. I even reinstalled it and no luck either. I can get my mail but I shouldn't be bothered with this. I read a lot about it and did the registry changes everyone reccomends.
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.
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
Recently I have problem using "save" command in MS Word.Every time I want to save my doc, a message appears "Word can not complete the save due to a file permission error".Fyi, I can save my doc with "save as" command.
the only right click option which appears is "copy" but you cannot then "paste"mthat into your Windows Exploer folders. The only work around I have found is to send the Email to my Hotmail account and then save the "attachments" (.jpg) which arrive with it for the graphics. Is there a setting/option that can be adjusted so that incoming email graphics can be saved directly( addition to right click option) to a graphics folder or even a Microsoft program like Paint, Image viewer or similar? OS Windows 7 Home Premium - OFFICE 2007 Teaching Version Excel, Powerpoint, Outlook, Word,
I've just downloaded Student and Home Office 2010, and for some reason I now cannot open documnents that are Word 2007. I also cannot save work onto my memory stick, as for some reason, it saves the document as Word 2007, even though I am doing the work on Word 2010! (I only ever had a trial version of 2007, never the whole thing and it is no longer on my comp) I am starting a history course soon, and their online docs are 2007, and again, I can't open them. A message pops up saying that 'the file does not have a programme associated with it for perfoming this action' thats what pops up every time.
My primary user profile is corrupted and I am going to have to reinstall Windows 7. Because I cannot access my old user profile, I cannot start Outlook 2010 and access my email files. However, I have located the Outlook.pst files and have saved copies of them. What I am wondering is, once I have Outlook 2010 installed on the fresh OS install, how can I restore my email and email settings? I suspect that it is far too much to expect that I can just copy the pst files to the proper location. However, without being able to start Outlook, I can't follow the recommended procedures for backing up the mail data.
I have an Excel spreadsheet that tracks document reviews. One form of evidence that a document has been reviewed is an e-mail from the reviewer (eg, "I've reviewed it and told John to make corrections as per the attached").
Aside from printing the mail to a pdf and saving it somewhere (which could involve printing each mail and attachment separately, then linking them together somehow), is there any way the mail itself can be saved in such a manner as clicking the link will open up the mail and all its attachments?
I am trying to create a template with specific styling to be used by our group. Any document created with this template should be saved to a shared network folder. I'd like to know if this is possible...When I right click on my template and choose NEW, the resulting document should use...- the default text font face, size and colour that I specified.- the default paragraph spacing and indentation rules that I specified.
My .com domain expired but I had it reactivated the next day. Now when I try to connect either with Outlook 2007 or Webmail using Xp or Windows 7 on some pc's it will not connect but on some other machines it will connect. What could be the issue with the pc's that will not connect to the login window using webmail or to the pop3 address using Outlook 2007?
Today I found a particularity that may indicate I need to fully uninstall Office 2007/Outlook 2007 and reinstall fresh. I wanted to export > excel the Contacts. What I ended up with were the titles: Subject, Address, Name and so forth. Not one address out of hundreds showed up. The export failed to create a list of Contacts.I then did a export > csv . Nothing.
I looked at my earlier backups from months ago and they are complete to that point in time.There are particularities with this incarnation of Outlook 2007 such as the inability to export > to do a decent auto complete. Little annoying things that I never experienced in Outlook 2003. I feel I should remove Office 2007 and reinstall fresh.I think the Outlook 2007 is damaged. The way to prove true would be a reinstall.I did the diag and repair and nothing came up. All scores came up with a pass.
I have subscriptions to several paid websites. One of them does not save username and password. All the other sites save this information, but this is the only one that doesn't. I don't think it's the site. I wonder if it has something to do with my Kaspersky security softwareI use this particular site very often during the day. My old computer with Vista software always saved this information at this site.
I had this OLD password that I had set. During this time I had that password I did use windows' system image utility to backup my old 500GB drive to restore it on a 1TB drive and I did that while I had this password.Now, when I try to change the password it will not save the change. When I change it, I can logout and it will accept the NEW password, but once I reboot or shut down and it comes back up, it only accepts the OLD password.
I have set up several outlook (2007) signatures and now they are gone. They are listed in the drop down menu when I click insert, signature; but when I select one, it does not appear in my e-mail. nothing does. I am not able to edit or delete them. I am able to create new ones but can't use the same name as the old ones, because a pop up say it already exists. I did some search and found out the htm, txt, and rtf files are located in C: user, <user>, appdata, roaming, msoft, signatures. I see both the ones that won't appear and the new ones I created. Not sure if this is related to my issue, but i ran a few free scans to see if i could find and fix problem. (regcleanPro, RegBoost, CCleaner) they all found a ton of errors. I'm missing a load of HKEY files, plus other stuff, too much to list.
I am using Outlook 2007 for email. All of a sudden, I can't click on any links without getting the following message:
"This operation has been canceled due to restriction in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator"
I AM the sys admin! I had this problem once before due to an automatic update from Microsoft. After switching to Thunderbird email, the problem resolved itself (likely with another auto update from Microsoft).
I'd actually rather use another email program, but my wife's email setup REQUIRES Outlook 2007, or so we're told.
outlook 2007 which is installed on my computer on operating syste windows 7. I was using outlook 2003 which never gave any problem. I have now installed outlook 2007 which is give me hell lot of problems. Since last week it stating working slow but now it does not open. The problem goes like this - last week my cousin pressed restart button when my outlook was still open. From that day it was working slow and now it does not open. I dont understand these things but would be happy if anyone of you could help me to access mails which are stored on my outlook.
Just installed Windows 7 And I'm looking around for an answer on how to import my emails and address book.I was on XP and Made the Backup of my Address Contact File and also the Outlook Express Folder.
I am using Outlook 2007 on Windows 7 RC1 (7100) with Franklin Covey PlanPLus for Outlook v.6 add-on. This add-ob really gets slow at times. I asked tehir support, they said windows 7 is not supported (ah, that was easy to forsee).
Before I try the thing on XP - I want to try running Outlook in XP Compatibility Mode. When I try this Outlook starts, but cannot find my profile (or any profiles whatsoever).
Ok, windows 7 keeps Outlook data differently from Win XP. But how can I create a profile for XP compatibility mode? The craziest thing is run a control panel which creates profiels in XP Compatibility mode, or reinstall outlook (or start it with some command-line switch to pretend that it runs the very first time and force it to craete a profile while running in XP Compatibility mode?)