Outlook Express & Windows Live Mail are two mail client applications designed by Microsoft for managing Internet mail. Outlook Express is offered through Internet Explorer 4 to 6 version on Windows 98, 2000, ME, Server 2003 & Windows XP. After Windows XP, Outlook Express was replaced initially by Windows Mail
How to Fix Office Activation Error 0x80070005 (Office 365, Office 2013 or Office 2010) – Cannot Activate Office
On several computers, I have faced the following error when I try to activate Office 2013 (or 2010) suite: "We’re sorry, something went wrong and we can’t do this for you right now. Please try again later. (0x80070005)".
In Outlook 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 versions, several problems can be caused if the Outlook Personal Storage (PST) file becomes corrupted or damaged. Outlook PST file may become corrupted for a number of reasons
If you want the best performance of Windows, then you have to ensure that you always run only the necessary applications during Windows Startup. This tutorial can be helpful for computers where the Operating System was installed a long time ago, but is also helpful for computers that are recently bought
This tutorial contains detailed steps to resolve or bypass the following error in Outlook 2003, 2007 or 2007: Microsoft Outlook doesn’t always download attachments from various senders; in fact, the attachment is missing and the paper clip is not there.
In a Windows 7 based computer with Office 2003 (Pro) and the 'Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack for newer versions of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint File formats' already installed, the following error appeared when the user tried to open Excel workbooks that were created in newer Office
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.
When your Office installation is corrupted (due to a virus attack, incompatible Add-on or unfinished installation) then you face problems when you are working with your Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). One common problem/symptom due to a damaged installation, is that you cannot open (Double-click) any MS Office documents
In this article I explain the way to backup your Outlook account settings and then restore (transfer) them to another computer. Unfortunately there is not a user friendly way to backup your Outlook Account settings because in all Outlook versions the account settings are kept inside the Windows registry under this key: