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Outlook 2010 Event Id 1000 and 1002

Posted on 2011-10-19
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Last Modified: 2012-06-21
My issue is this: I needed to download Outlook 2010 64bit to 32bit
I also installed the new Service pack. What`s happening now is it keeps hanging with event
1000 and 1002. the email is being pulled down by a Daemon server not Exchange.
I don't  think it is the pst. It was removed and email was pulled back down from the Server.
By the way I was having this issue before I added the new 2010 fix
Question by:jackm1
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donciakas earned 2000 total points
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Try launching outlook in save mode:
Press start -> run (depending on your Operating system).

Enter text without qouts "outlook /safe" and press enter or ok button

Then try disabling add-ons which may cause outlook crash.

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