I've got this error "Microsoft Outlook has stopped working" after the upgrade of Lync 2010 to 2013. Before the Lync installation, everything is working fine.
Here's my last action.
I logged in to the Office 365, Office 365 Settings, in Software download the Lync 2013 for 64 bit, in "desktop setup" where I clicked on "set up" button this will update the copy of Office on your computer so you can: Use Outlook and Office 365 together for email and moreSave Office documents to OneDrive
I was able to install the Lync 2013 without any problem. I can add new contact and collaborate. But when I
start my MS Outlook 2010 then I get this error "Microsoft Outlook has stopped working".
I've tried the following, but no luck. Repaired MS Office 2010, reboot the computer. Tried MS Outlook still the same error message.Tried using Outlook.exe /safe (safemode) but no luck. I un-installed the Office 2010 and Lync 2013 to start over. Still the same issue &q…
You see this error "Either there is no default email or the current mail client cannot fulfill the messaging requests" most likely your Outlook registry information is corrupted.
The good news, it is easy to fix this issue. Open regedit program (Note, it is not recommended to use this tool if you are not a technician or system engineer). HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Clients\Mail\Microsoft Outlook
I highly recommend that you use the Microsoft Fix it tool, to automatically fix it for you.
Here's the link for detailed information.
Well, in this case this is not fully automatic. After you run the Microsoft Fix it, you need to manually repair your MS Office 2010 programs. Here's how to do it.
Click Start, click Control Panel, click Programs and Features, select Microsoft Office 2010 and then click Change button. Next, click Repair, and then click Continue. It will take 5-10 minutes to complete.
The domain name BitcoinWallet.com was sold $250,000 last February 5, 2014 to an entrepreneur named
Alex Charfen and it's now a live website.
Just in cased you missed the new, here's the article from CoinDesk.com.
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