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microsoft outlook 2010 error 0x98004010f

I cannot send or recieve emails since i backed up yesterday and get the above message.  it looks as though i have inadvertantly deleted something
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IanThCommented:
do a restore then and see if that works
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Eliza1Author Commented:
i meant 0x8004010f
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faizbaigCommented:
The error can occur if the Outlook 2010 profile is configured incorrectly.
To resolve this problem, identify the current location of your default Outlook data file, and then create a new Outlook profile.
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jmanishbabuCommented:
Check this

http://www.allianzworld.com/support/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=2

Or take a backup of the PST and reinstall outlook 2010 on your client machine and check
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Eliza1Author Commented:
do i delete the current account and reset it?
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faizbaigCommented:
First locate your outlook data file location to remember.
Yes, you can delete current account & create new.
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Eliza1Author Commented:
i am afraid this did not work.  i will have to continue this tomorrow as it is now late at night - I am in New Zealand.
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faizbaigCommented:
Outlook looks for Data file ( extension of file = .Pst ) at default location. Did you locate the date file ? If "yes" , than it could be data file corruption, you can also restore the data file you backed up yesterday.
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MadjaxCommented:
Hi,
Just adding a link to what faizbaig said above.
Microsoft's Kb on the error: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2289904

/MadJax
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Eliza1Author Commented:
Thank you for solving my problem
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