OL 2010 - Outlook Setting

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Thomas Heinemann

#1
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
#2
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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