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  • 1. How to Fix Error 0x80040600 in OutlookSmartPCFixer Download Link: http://tinyurl.com/alxk54ySmartPCFixer is a top-ranking error-resolution registry cleaner which will fix thecomputer errors and optimize the system settings. You can scan, clean, optimize, andkeep your PC much healthier with it!Microsoft Outlook is often used mainly as an email application; it also includes acalendar, task manager, contact manager, note taking, a journal and web browsing.Outlook can help you search and organize information, so that you can seamlessly useOffice applications. This will help you communicate and share information moreeffectively.But you can also encounter some error code such as 0x80040600, 0x800C0133,0x800CCC0B and so on. How to fix this kind of errors? Today I focus on error code0x80040600.Step 1: Exit OutlookStep 2: Find the Outlook .pst file 1. Click Start, type control panel in the Start Search box, and then press Enter. 2. If you see Control Panel Home view, click User Accounts and Family Safety. If you do not see Control Panel Home view, go to next. 3. In the Search Control Panel box in the upper-right corner, type mail, and then press Enter. 4. Click Mail or Mail (32-bit). 5. Click Data Files. 6. Click Personal Folders, and then click Settings. Note If there are no Personal Folders services in your profile and if you can store information such as messages, contacts, or appointments in Outlook, your information is most likely being stored in a mailbox on an Exchange server. If this is true, information is typically backed up on the server. Contact the Exchange server administrator for more information. Note the text in the Filename box. Note You may have to click in the Filename box and then use the Right Arrow key to view all the text. 7. Click OK, and then click Close two times.
  • 2. Step 3: Find the Inbox Repair Tool Note If you are unsure of the version of Outlook that you use, open Outlook, click the Help menu, and then click About Microsoft Outlook to see the version. 1. Microsoft Outlook 2002 Click Start, type %ProgramFiles%Common FilesSystemMapi1033 in the Start Search box, and then press Enter. 2. Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Click Start, type %ProgramFiles%Common FilesSystemMSMAPI1033 in the Start Search box, and then press Enter. 3. Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Click Start, type %ProgramFiles%Microsoft OfficeOffice12 in the Start Search box, and then press Enter. 4. Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Click Start, type %ProgramFiles%Microsoft OfficeOffice14 in the Start Search box, and then press Enter. Then find and then double-click SCANPST.EXE to start the Inbox Repair Tool.Step 4: Use the Inbox Repair Tool 1. In the Enter the name of the file you want to scan box, type the path and file name of the Outlook .pst file that you found in step 2. 2. Click Start. 3. After the Inbox Repair Tool operation is complete, click OK.If you can now read and delete email and can click Send/Receive in Outlook withouterrors, the problem is resolved.SmartPCFixer Download Link: http://tinyurl.com/alxk54yYour Outlook will be OK then. But dont you think it is a little cumbersome for mostpeople? Here is an easy way and I believe you will like it.Step one: Download and install Smartpcfixer.Step two: Click System Fix and then Error Wizard.
  • 3. Step three: Click Next to repair this error.Step four: Errors are repaired successfully and click Finish.
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