I'm getting reports from users with errors in Outlook 2010 referencing wwwlib.dll when opening some messages. Plain text messages are not affected, only HTML (and possibly RTF).
Users of network file shares should note that Outlook 2010 has a limit of 20 files when selecting multiple files from a network drive. When the user selects more than 20 files, Outlook 2010 responds with an alert: "You are attempting to attach too many files at once. Try reducing the number of fields being
Outlook 2016 users with POP3 accounts that are downloading mail over and over or deleting it from the server when Outlook is set to leave it on the for a period of time, see Outlook 2016 POP Account Problems. This problem affects Outlook 2010 users with multiple POP3 accounts delivered to one *pst file: Outlook
Communicator 2005 is not supported in Outlook 2010. While you can use both on the same computer, integration, such as online presence indicators and starting an IM session in Outlook, will not work. This will not be fixed. Options > Contacts > Display online stats next to name will show as enabled but is greyed
Sometimes the most annoying errors are impossible to figure out, unless it happens to you. In that case, you probably solved it by happenchance. That's how it is with this annoyance. Every time I tried close the Options dialog after making changes, a (very useless and unhelpful) warning dialog came up that simply said "The
An Outlook user reports the following bug in Outlook 2010 against Exchange server (any version). "I am using Outlook 2010. When I delete an occurrence of an item from a public folder calendar, the entire series is removed. The steps I follow to reproduce this are: right click on calendar item, select delete, then select
When you use beta software, you need to be willing to deal with problems and issues arising from using software still "under construction".