Where's My Messages??

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Mike

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Outlook 2003, SP3

Outlook Connector v12.0.6423.1000

Messages in my Inbox have no 'From',or 'Subject' info. Sort by icon shows

envelopes open & closed reflecting message status.

Message body has no info at all.

In both cases, all is blank!!

Not all messages but many, and mostly extended date ranges.

Had an irritating problem with OutlookConnector not syncing with hotmail

because Internet Explorer was 'offline' status... baah!

Removed hot mail accounts,

Re-installed (Repaired) OutlookConnector,

Re-added hotmail accountr,

synced and downloaded message headers.

Please advise.
 
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tech nova

Hi

there is a possibility of Outlook corruption.

you can scan your PST file using outlook recovery tool and see if it is able to recover your email stuff..

follow http://www.repairoutlook.org/

Bye.

mike[2
> wrote on Mon, 24 August 2009 00:07]Re:
> Outlook 2003, SP3
> Outlook Connector v12.0.6423.1000

> Messages in my Inbox have no 'From',or 'Subject' info. Sort by icon shows
> envelopes open & closed reflecting message status.
> Message body has no info at all.
> In both cases, all is blank!!

> Not all messages but many, and mostly extended date ranges.

> Had an irritating problem with OutlookConnector not syncing with hotmail
> because Internet Explorer was 'offline' status... baah!

> Removed hot mail accounts,
> Re-installed (Repaired) OutlookConnector,
> Re-added hotmail accountr,
> synced and downloaded message headers.

> Please advise.
 
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Mike

thanks tech Nova but...

I've run scanpst.exe several times, each returning no errors.

The attached accounts are based on OST files.

I'm thinking to try:

1. Add the accounts via Tools > Email Accounts > Add new account > HTTP

instead of OutlookConnector > Add a New Account

2. Repair Install of Outlook

"tech nova" wrote:


> Hi
> there is a possibility of Outlook corruption.
> you can scan your PST file using outlook recovery tool and see if it is able to recover your email stuff..
 
M

Mike

I tried #1 (below).

When prompted with "Your accounts have privilege to work with Outlook

Connector."

a) Transfer | Skip ... I chose Skip.

ALL Inbox headers were downloaded correctly :)

b) Transfer | Skip ... I chose Transfer.

The same original problem :-(

The problem (bug?) appears to be in Outlook Connector.

Any advice?

"Mike" wrote:


> I'm thinking to try:
> 1. Add the accounts via Tools > Email Accounts > Add new account > HTTP
> instead of OutlookConnector > Add a New Account
> 2. Repair Install of Outlook
 
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Mike

To clarify;

the problem exists when the hotmail account is attached via Outlook

Connector / type MAPI.

No problem via HTTP type.

Could something possibly be wrong in my (XP) registry?

< I have always had doubts about Outlook Connector

"Mike" wrote:


> The problem (bug?) appears to be in Outlook Connector.
 

Brian Tillman

Senior Member
"Mike" <Mike> wrote in message

news:A8F33AA1-A555-4303-B36F-41BDE4BF4B22@microsoft.com...


> To clarify;
> the problem exists when the hotmail account is attached via Outlook
> Connector / type MAPI.
> No problem via HTTP type.


As of September 1, HTTP accounts are scheduled to stop working as Microsoft

disables the DAV protocol. Outlook COnnector will be required at that point,

unless you're satisfied with using a POP account.

--
 
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Mike

Thanks Brian Tillman but...

More evidence that Outlook Connector could be flawed...

In hotmail web-mail the messages that are affected in Outlook appear normal,

nothing missing, so I moved them from the inbox to a new folder.

Did Send/Receive in Outlook, check the new folder and sure-enough the moved

messages are there but still blank.

Any Outlook Connector experts please help!

"Mike" wrote:


> The problem (bug?) appears to be in Outlook Connector.
 
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Mike

Is there perhaps a file(s) in either:

C:\Documents and Settings\1_ADMIN\Application Data\Microsoft\Outlook

C:\Documents and Settings\1_ADMIN\Local Settings\Application

Data\Microsoft\Outlook

that might be of issue?
 
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wangdong

I have met the same problem some days before. I found a good tool

called Advanced Outlook Repair. You can download a free demo version

at http://www.datanumen.com/aor/aor.exe . I think it is a useful

repair tool for you. It is easy to recover your PST file by using its

wizard. It is a powerful tool to recover messages, folders and other

objects from corrupt or damaged Microsoft Outlook PST files.

Detailed information about Advanced Outlook Repair can be found at

http://www.datanumen.com/aor/

Wangdong
 
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wangdong

I have met the same problem some days before. I found a good tool

called Advanced Outlook Repair. You can download a free demo version

at http://www.datanumen.com/aor/aor.exe . I think it is a useful

repair tool for you. It is easy to recover your PST file by using its

wizard. It is a powerful tool to recover messages, folders and other

objects from corrupt or damaged Microsoft Outlook PST files.

Detailed information about Advanced Outlook Repair can be found at

http://www.datanumen.com/aor/
 
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