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I have a Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit machine with Office home and business installed. I connected to my exchange server and setup my mail profile and downloaded my mail without any hitches. When I closed outlook and reopened it a while later, I get the famed error "Cannot open Outlook".
When I go to my Mail32 icon in my control panel, it says I don't have enough resources.
I have tried the Outlook /resetnavpane, the Outlook /safe and the /safe:1-4 commands, and I deleted the Profile key in the registry with no change. What can I be missing?
Thanks in advance.
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Interestingly, I just changed it to compatibility mode and it works. Why would that be?
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Now it allows me to set up a profile but says it cannot open my default mail folders. Help!
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What version of outlook are you using?
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sorry what version of exchange.
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Update: I have turned it off of compatibility mode and now I can get in. It is loading mail. What is the glitch with Outlook 2010 and Windows 7 64bit?
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We had a problem with Windows 7 64bit that caused Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010 to not communicate once we loaded outlook 2007 it worked like a champ not sure why yet still looking into it.
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I had it fixed before anyone answered
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