MS-Outlook is a part of Office suite which works as a personal information manager, mainly used as an email app. It can be used as a standalone app or for the multiple users, in collaboration with MS-Exchange Server and MS SharePoint Server for any organizations with a facility of shared mailboxes and calendars.
If you wish to purchase MS-Office Outlook for your PC then you need to visit MS-Office website > Sign in to Office My Account > On the product list, search for MS-Outlook > subscribe > Payment gateway > Congrats! You have purchased your MS-Outlook successfully.
Usually, MS-Outlook works brilliantly with no such negative reviews from its valuable users. But sometimes the users may face certain errors like Outlook isn’t working properly or you can’t open the Outlook app or maybe you’re facing issues while sending emails or you can’t open certain folders in Outlook app.
So here are some solutions to your issues regarding MS-Outlook, which you can try. So check out the steps-
- You need to restart your PC after closing all the apps which are working in your system.
Please note- This may help you in solving your issues if MS-Outlook is just critical not suffering from any significant issues.
- Look for your installed antivirus, whether it’s scanning your PC at that moment.
Please note- If this is the case then the internet security software may seal you out from Outlook. If they suspect any malicious file in your emails. So it’s recommend them to finish their work- scanning and removing the infected file.
- You can go for restoring your PC to past dates when you were opening/ using the Outlook with ease. For that go for this steps mentioned below-
- Go to the ‘Start button’ on the left-side of the Taskbar.
- Look for the ‘Search’ option and type “System Restore”, click on it.
- Select the date when you were using the MS-Outlook with an ease.
- Follow the wizard to restore your PC to the earlier date.
- Check whether your PC is connected to an internet connection if you can’t receive or dispatch emails from your Outlook. To do that follow the steps given below-
- Click on the ‘Start’ menu on your desktop, follow the ‘Control Panel’.
- Click on the option ‘Networks and Internet’, follow ‘Network Sharing Center’, to check whether you’re connected or not.
Please note- If you can’t connect to the particular connection where you should be supposedly then you need to check your modem (and/or wireless router) and unplug it for almost 10 seconds. Plug them back and wait for them to reconnect to the internet. Restart your PC, you should connect to the internet by this time for sure, which sum up solving your MS-Outlook error.
- If you’re facing any such errors like ‘The action can’t be completed’ or ‘Your MS-Exchange Server is unavailable’ or ‘Can’t start MS-Office Outlook’, then you need to visit Office Setup support page.
These messages are meant to be alert you that your MS-Office Outlook client. PC doesn’t belong to the default gateway that has been configured. So you need to scroll down at the bottom of the page and click on the option ‘Fix this for me’ to download a wizard that will solve your issue arising.
- Go for deletion or empty all the unnecessary emails in your inbox, sent folder, and trash folder.
Please note- The older versions of MS-Outlook (2002 or before) used to offer 2GB of storage space. So you need to checkout if you have reach that limit or not. If you reach that limit then you may find issues while dealing with sending or receiving messages and you may lose messages also.
To go for deletion of messages, follow the steps listed below-
- Go for selecting the messages, which you want to delete and click on the ‘Delete key’ from your keyboard.
- If you want to delete multiple messages at one time itself. Then select by holding on to the ‘Ctrl key’ from your keyboard.
- After you’re done with deleting the messages. These deleting messages are then transferred to ‘Deleted items’ or ‘Trash’ folder.
- Go to the ‘Folder’ tab at the top of your MS-Outlook. click on ‘Empty folder’ to –permanently remove or delete the messages.