OL 2010 - Outlook Setting

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Thomas Heinemann

Hello,

where can I find the Outllok setting of the new Outlook ?

I does not mean the Setting in Outlook itself but the one in the Settings of

Windows.

For Office 2007 I could find them under Start\Systemsettings\User

(Start\Systemsteuerung\Benutzerkonten und Jugendschutz) there was a button

Mail 32-bit. On an other PC running Win 7 Ultimate 64bit Office 2010 there is

not such a button.

Ive got a problem with that pc that outlook was unable open the pst file.

Scanpst says the file war damaged but with no important errors. An repair

failed. Luckily I had an Backup of this pst file, but my first intentio0n was

to delete the Outlookprofile. But I didn't find a way how :(

Regards and thank you.

THomas
 

Michael Bauer

Senior Member
Outlook version
Outlook 2010 32 bit
Email Account
Exchange Server
Thomas, open the Control Panel, and turn the classic view on. On a 64bit

Windows there should be an icon called '32 Bit-Systemsteuerungselemente

anzeigen'. Click that one in order to get to the Mail icon.

That's for 32bit Office on 64bit Windows. For a 64bit Office the Mail icon

might be directly available under the Control Panel.

Best regards

Michael Bauer

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Am Sun, 6 Jun 2010 14:21:26 -0700 schrieb Thomas Heinemann:


> Hello,

> where can I find the Outllok setting of the new Outlook ?

> I does not mean the Setting in Outlook itself but the one in the Settings


of
> Windows.
> For Office 2007 I could find them under Start\Systemsettings\User
> (Start\Systemsteuerung\Benutzerkonten und Jugendschutz) there was a button
> Mail 32-bit. On an other PC running Win 7 Ultimate 64bit Office 2010 there


is
> not such a button.

> Ive got a problem with that pc that outlook was unable open the pst file.
> Scanpst says the file war damaged but with no important errors. An repair
> failed. Luckily I had an Backup of this pst file, but my first intentio0n


was
> to delete the Outlookprofile. But I didn't find a way how :(

> Regards and thank you.
> THomas
 

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