Wednesday, April 07, 2010 6:06 PM
I am using Outlook 2007. When we upgraded with SP2. We get weard values in the 'Go to Folder' window under the <Folder name> dropdown control.
- Upgrade to SP2
- Launch outlook 2007
- Go | Folder <Folder name>
Click around different folders and than see the values in the <Folder name> dropdown control. It has some weard characters that I believe is pointing to folders. If I click any of those items it goes to a folder.
What can I do to remove those weard items form the <Folder name>?
Thursday, April 08, 2010 12:12 AM
Thursday, April 08, 2010 9:25 AMModeratorPlease give an example of the folder name.
Thursday, April 08, 2010 1:01 PM
There are 2 items in the folder name drop down control
- Inbox and '000000004C2792B32A8E254B9A952D70FCEE8FAA0100DDFFCBEB8D0FC64391D5F23F4F27BC5F0000000536800000'
It seems when I enter any folder it creates another entry in the 'Folder Name' drop down that is mapped to the folder that I clicked into.
It seems to happen after I upgraded to SP2. I am using outlook 2007 and running XP
Wednesday, April 14, 2010 3:28 AMModerator
You can try to reset folder names to see if it can be changed to normal name.
To reset the folder names, open up command prompt (Start -> Run -> cmd)
· Type C: and press enter to make sure you're on the C drive.
· Type cd "\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE14"
· Type outlook /resetfoldernames