I am running Windows 7 (64 bit) and have Office 2007 Ultimate installed. I just recently started experiencing prolems with Outlook. When I launch Outlook, it works for about a minute, then I get an error. The entire error is as follows:
"Errors have been detected in the file C:\Users\NAME\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook2.pst. Quit Outlook and all mail-enabled applications, and then use the Inbox repair tool (Scanpst.exe) to diagnose and repair errors in the file. For
more information about the Inbox repair tool, see Help."
I tried the inbox repair tool without success.
In an effort to solve the problem, I created a new profile on the computer. I made a copy of all the necessary Outlook files to make it look and feel exactly as it had before (copied pst, sharing.xml.obi, NK2, srs, and xml). When I setup the
accounts and started using Outlook, I immediately experienced the same error as before. So, is my pst file corrupt?...or is there another solution.
If it is corrupt, what about this logic. If open Outlook, I could Auto-Archive all the messages up to today. Then, open a new profile with a "Clean" pst file. At this point, I could bring over the Archived files to be opened in the new
pst file. Then restore from the Archive. I'm not sure if this will work...any suggestions?
I have a backup of the pst file, but I will have to go back a few days and I'm not sure this will solve the problem. Please help.
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