Last updated on April 17th, 2014
Today, when one of my customers pressed the “Send-Receive” button to check for new email messages using Microsoft Outlook (2010), suddenly he received the “Not implemented” error message on his screen. As a result of this error, the customer couldn't use Outlook to send or receive any messages. After some research on the installed programs, we discovered that two versions of MS Office were installed on the computer and the Outlook program settings probably were corrupted. So we applied the following solution to solve the “Not implemented” error:
How to solve the “Not implemented” error in MS Outlook
Step 1. Uninstall the Office version that you don’t want.
First of all decide which Outlook and Office version you want to use and then uninstall the other one.
1. To do that go to:
- Windows 8/7/Vista: Start > Control Panel.
- Windows XP: Start > Settings > Control Panel
2. Double click to open “Add or Remove Programs” if you have Windows XP or “Programs and Features” if you have Windows 8, 7 or Vista).
3. In the list of installed programs, find and remove/Uninstall the Office version that you don’t want (e.g. MS Office 365).
Step 2. Repair Office Installation
Next, repair your Office installation, To do that:
1. In the program list, select the “Microsoft Office” version installed on your computer and click “Change” from the top.
2. At the next screen, check the “Repair” option and click “Continue”.
3. When the repair process is completed, restart your computer and work with Outlook again.
Additional Help: If the “Not implemented” error still occurs in Outlook, then try the following:
1. Create a new Outlook profile by going to: Start > Control Panel > Mail > Show Profiles.
2. Now click the “Add” button to create your new profile and when finished, check the “Prompt for a profile to be used” option and click “OK”.
3.Open Outlook, select your newly created profile from the list and setup your email account in this profile. Now you should be fine.
Reference MS article: How to create profile and set up an e-mail account in Outlook