Coming across a broken or corrupted PST file is always frustrating, so this guide will advise on how to run a repair on the PST file. Example: Outlook can generally be running slow or may be crashing. Resolution: The repair utility itself is stashed away in the Program Files folder. You’ll need to go to different… Continue reading Repair broken Outlook PST files
A user may get this error if he/she tries to edit their Out of Office status. For example, a user I dealt with got this error when trying to turn her Out of Office off. Example: “I’m trying to turn my Out of Office off but it’s coming up with an error.” Resolution: To fix… Continue reading “The command is not available. See the program documentation about how to use this extension.”
Sometimes, a user will go into their calendar, only to be greeted by a view they’re not familiar with. This could be the task view, weekly view, or other. Example: “I’ve gone into my Outlook but it doesn’t look right.” Resolution: To go back to the monthly view, click View > Arrange By > Current View > Day/Week/Month.
This problem was confusing for me at first because I thought you had to fix this issue in Outlook. You don’t; you fix this in Word. You may see the following error: This error occurs when you open a Microsoft Office file type blocked by File Block settings in the Trust Center. Example: “I want… Continue reading Can’t change Outlook signature, File Block settings
Microsoft changed quite a lot of the user interface elements in Office 2010, and personally I think Outlook was most affected by this. This guide will show you how to add additional mailboxes in Outlook 2010. Example: “I recently got upgraded to Microsoft 2010. How can I add back my mailboxes?” Resolution: Open Outlook and click on File > Info… Continue reading Add additional mailboxes in Outlook 2010