Microsoft Outlook is personal information manager that lets you store and manage all your emails, contacts, notes, journals, calendars, appointments and lots more. You can easily use Outlook to manage all these stuffs. Sometime you might experience problem in using Outlook. You may encounter Outlook errors while accessing your emails or any outlook items like as follows:
“Outlook.pst could not be opened”
“Outlook.pst has reached its maximum size”
“Unknown Error 0x80040600”
“Unable to display the folder, Outlook.pst could not be accessed, access denied.”
“An unknown error has occurred. 0x80040600”
“Could not send the message”
When you encounter any of the above Outlook errors, you may face problem while accessing your emails, notes, calendars etc. Typically the outlook errors appear due to corruption or damages in its pst file. Outlook PST is the most important file that stores all your outlook items including email, contacts, journals, notes, calendars and so on. It is referred to as Personal Folder file or Personal Storage Table that stores and manage the data efficiently. Sometime the pst file gets damaged due to oversize, virus attack or power failure during read/write process. Once the pst file gets damaged, it becomes inaccessible and you will receive several errors in Outlook like the above.
Such outlook errors may occur in any of the MS Outlook versions including Outlook 2010, 2007, 2003, 2002 and Outlook 2000. Until you repair the pst file, you will unable to access your Outlook. Microsoft provides inbuilt utility known as Inbox Repair Tool (Scanpst.exe) to repair normal corruption to the pst file and to fix Outlook errors . You can use this tool to repair Outlook. But it may also fail to repair, in case the corruption/damages in the pst file is critical. In such situation, you will need to go for powerful and reliable third party Outlook PST Repair Software. The software easily repairs any severely corrupted pst file. It also recovers the lost/deleted/missing outlook items from the corrupted Outlook pst file.