It’s a bit ironic that a filing best-practice that will make you more productive could lead to a technical server issue. That’s not a lot of mail and so that number will be easy to reach if your company is using those older versions of Exchange and you are filing a lot of mail in one folder. Links at the bottom of the article I referenced above lead to other articles that state their limits.When you have Cached Exchange Mode enabled, Outlook by will by default cache the main Global Address List as well.If so, you may have a problem that most people are not aware of: you may have reached Exchange’s , not size, and that count is not that hard to reach well before you run out of mailbox storage space.The fix is simple: spread your mail across more folders or subfolders; or archive or delete your mail off the server. Note this is a problem only on older Exchange servers—Microsoft has mostly fixed this on the newest ones.I’ve only hit the highlights in this post, the following links will guide you through troubleshooting Office and Outlook with more details.Unlike Microsoft Entourage, which stores messages within the Database file and creates one multi-megabyte or even multi-gigabyte file, Outlook stores messages separately from the Database file.Nearly all my books and classes discuss the huge benefits of doing this, so I won’t repeat the reasons here (for more online information about how I use the Processed Mail folder, see this article). Microsoft has an article on this and it states the limit is directly determined by the version of your Exchange Server.
This solutions applies for following version of Microsoft Outlook: Step 1: Temporarily Disable any installed 3rd Party Antivirus: Some times Antivirus/Malware/Adware programs mark Microsoft office installer files as Spam and block it from installing. Note: You will need Administrator Access to Run the above command.
Please refer your vendors website for disabling it temporarily. Simply Right Click on CMD button and select “Run as Administrator” In most cases Outlook won’t open error should be resolved by following above steps.
Once installation is done you can activate it again. If however the issue still persists it means there is some critical issue with your system which needs to be fixed manually and is recommended to be done by an experienced Computer Technician.
Before I explain more details on how this limit works, how to identify it, and specific strategies to fix it, let me first give you some background on why 1MTD or MYN users should be particularly aware of this.
Why 1MTD and MYN Users Should Know This As you may know, my primary recommendation in 1MTD and MYN for filing mail is to file all saved Outlook e-mail into one folder called the Processed Mail folder.