Event ID 27: Calendar Folder property is missing (fixed)

Event ID 27: Calendar Folder property is missing (fixed)

Fixed: After installing Office 2010 SP2 (or an earlier update), Outlook 2010 users may receive Event ID 27, "Calendar Folder property is missing" warnings in the Event viewer's Application log. While annoying, it's not harmful and should only be generated when Outlook is first started, one event for each calendar in the profile.

Translation Error importing CSV exported from Hotmail or Outlook.com

Translation Error importing CSV exported from Hotmail or Outlook.com

When exporting contacts from Hotmail or Outlook.com website, you may receive a Translation Error message, telling you that a file error occurred in the translator. This is the result of Unicode encoding of the file.

Outlook won't open: This functionality requires Internet Explorer 4.0 or above

Outlook won't open: This functionality requires Internet Explorer 4.0 or above

How to fix the Outlook error "this functionality requires Internet Explorer 4.0 or above" when you have a newer version of Internet Explorer.

The custom form cannot be opened. Outlook will use an Outlook form instead.

Problem: after importing messages from Windows Mail to Outlook, you receive the following error message when reading email:

How to Prevent Lync from Locking Outlook's .OST File

How to Prevent Lync from Locking Outlook's .OST File

How to fix the error message "Cannot open this item. File access is denied. You do not have the permission required to access" the ost file when using Outlook and Lync.together.

Add Holidays to Outlook's Calendar

Add Holidays to Outlook's Calendar

Create a Custom Holiday File (HOL) to share any type of all day event with other Outlook users. We include a sample file that counts the days since Jan1 and the number of days left in the year.

Can't Rename Windows Folder: Folder in Use Error

Can't Rename Windows Folder: Folder in Use Error

After saving or inserting and Outlook attachment, you can't rename the Windows folder and receive a Folder in Use error. This is a common Outlook problem and easily solved.

IMAP folder limits in Exchange Server

An administrator has a user who connects to Exchange 2007 using an IMAP account so that he can keep messages on multiple devices and he can work offline from multiple locations/devices as needed. The user is having problems subscribing to more folders and receives an error: "Failed to subscribe the folder. The server responded: ‘Server  

Cannot Expand Outlook Folders: Not Enough Memory

This error affects Exchange server users with a large number of folders in their profile, either in their mailbox, public folders, or SharePoint lists. In most cases, you won't have a problem until you exceed approximately 1,000 folders, or a gigabyte of space is used. Outlook works fine for a little bit (5-10 minutes) before  

Error Opening Outlook and Control Panel's Mail Applet

Error Opening Outlook and Control Panel's Mail Applet

We're seeing reports that Outlook won't open, returning a (basically useless!) error message that Outlook won't open. Attempting to open the Mail applet in the Control panel results in an error message that Outlook is out of memory or system resources. "You need more memory or system resources. Please close some Windows and try again."