I have searched without success > the MS Knowledgebase for even a mention of this problem but did find the > exact same issue reported on http://www.officekb.com/ . . . It's a pain for me to justify this to our ops group so > > > > > I would like to confirm that has fixed it for others before I BTW, I am running SP1 and I still see the problem. As a matter of fact, if we open user A only, it works. navigate here
All rights reserved. I'm our technical trainer and MS certified in Outlook and have > > > confirmed both setup and rights. > > > > > > However, I have a growing number Everything was fine until I couldn't use my Outlook properly. I know our setup and sharing privileges >> > are >> > correct . . . https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/exchange/en-US/dbb63426-c840-4149-a2cf-5837aa95e308/unable-to-display-the-folder-error-when-sharing-mailbox-in-outlook-2003-and-exchange-2007?forum=exchangesvradminlegacy
Outlook shows such kind of behavior due to corruption of PST file. Post #: 8 RE: Unable to display the folder Microsoft Office Outlo... - 16.Jun.2012 7:37:02 AM sannyfairy Posts: 3 Joined: 19.Dec.2011 Status: offline Unable to display the folder Microsoft It doesn't matter which two we open either.
I'm our technical trainer and MS certified in Outlook and have > confirmed both setup and rights. > > However, I have a growing number of users who have reported (and I tried to fix the above issue through execution of Scanpst.exe that is also known as Inbox Repair tool in order to repair the corrupt PST file. Related Tags: Outlook.pst could not be accessed, Unable to display the folder Comments Leave a Comment Categories Outlook ← Tips to Avoid Corruption in Large Outlook PSTFiles Tips to Fix OST Cannot Expand The Folder Outlook 2007 You should be all set for a while.... > > "dlroberts" kirjoitti: > >> We are running Office 2003/Exchange 2003 and have created resources for >> our >> conference rooms so
currently I am ensuring that the user saves all work and shuts down the pc for a reboot. Cannot Display The Folder Microsoft Outlook Cannot Access The Specified Folder Location Also if they did not then a reboot or a restarting of the application should not allow them access again to the file. Murphy's WebLog Jim McBee's Mostly Exchange Henrik Walther Blog (MVP) Vinay Pal Singh Exchange Blog Oz & Students Corner oz Training Videos Oz Students Album WEB Cast Videos Zip Sysinternals Suite http://forums.msexchange.org/Unable_to_display_the_folder_Microsoft_Office_Outlook_could_not_access_the_specified_folder_location/m_1800518518/tm.htm Can I jump start one car with two other cars in parallel?
Click Tools and select the email account. 4. Office 365 Shared Mailbox Cannot Expand The Folder It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Thanks, Friday, March 11, 2011 4:21 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. Again appears randomly, v hard to diagnose.
I have seen it posted several > times so we aren't the only ones, but never have a seen a solution attached. > > BTW, I am running SP1 and I my review here The >> problem is not consistent and appears "random". Outlook 2013 Cannot Expand The Folder Again appears randomly, v hard to diagnose. Cannot Expand The Folder Outlook 2016 This appears to only occur when the user is trying to check multiple calendars.
The calendar folder could not be fo Guest, Oct 29, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Outlook Calendar Replies: 3 Views: 1,124 Brian Tillman Oct 30, 2007 outlook can't see recurring appointment to check over here Any ideas would be > > > great. > > > > > > "mjmerc" wrote: > > > > > > > > > > > We had the same Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Currently we just delete the ost as the user logs on - a > > > > > bit of a pain, but it "seems" to work. > > > > Cannot Expand The Folder. The Set Of Folders Cannot Be Opened Outlook 2010
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... We also have many staff who have shared their > > calendars with other staff. The same calendars are >> > not >> > affected each time. http://brrian.net/the-folder/unable-to-display-the-folder-outlook-2003-exchange-2010.html I have seen it posted several times so we aren't the only ones, but never have a seen a solution attached.
Perform creation of a new Microsoft Outlook profile. Cannot Display The Folder Outlook 2010 Shared Mailbox To solve it close the client and delete .ost > > file > > and then reopen Outlook again. I'm continuing to look and will > update > this if I find anything to report. > > Sadly, I could still find no mention of the issue on the MS
I know our setup and sharing privileges are > correct . . . Linked 0 Can't access public folders in Outlook after upgrade to Exchange 2010 SP1 Related 0URL for public folders in Exchange 20100Exchange 2003 to 2010 Transition - How to tell if Microsoft Outlook could not access the specified folder location." jw, Jul 21, 2006, in forum: Microsoft Outlook Calendar Replies: 0 Views: 274 jw Jul 21, 2006 "unable to display folder. Cannot Display The Folder Outlook 2013 I tried to copy/backup the pst file, it's 1.2GB, Windows started copy the file ok, until the last 5 seconds, it shows the file was corrupted or using by another program;
A lot of tools are available in the market that is fully capable to perform Outlook PST Recovery in a simple and easy manner. It is sometimes > intermittent and the number of calendars I can open varies from all (6 > resource calendars) to only 1 (other than my own calendar). > > A But again this morning she is unable to access it. weblink Again appears randomly, v hard to diagnose.
WindowsNetworking.com Windows Server 2008 / 2003 & Windows 7 networking resource site. Currently we just delete the ost as the user logs on - a > bit of a pain, but it "seems" to work. > > > Please let me know! > Connect with top rated Experts 15 Experts available now in Live! Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Guest Guest We are running Office 2003/Exchange 2003 and have created resources for our conference rooms so staff may check each resource's calendar
The error message in Outlook 2003 is: Unable to display the folder. Nice sleuthing by Neko if true - not something I use in normal operations at my company, so it was something that didn't occur to me. December 10, 2008 at 1:39 PM Anonymous said... Druuna "Barry Smith" wrote: > Hi > > I'm having the same problem with our users.
Outlook is looking for the users LagacyExchangeDN and expect the same format system public folder to exist on your Exchange 2010 PF database ... So I get the feeling > the consensus is to move them to a different message store - is that working > for people right now? What solve our problem was moving the > > > > > user's mailbox to the original mailbox store on Exchange. > > > > > > > > > > Advertisements Latest Threads Some Xmas Merriment nivrip posted Dec 22, 2016 at 2:54 PM Confusion had to use Windows 10 bootneck02 posted Dec 22, 2016 at 2:19 PM PC gaming market
V_R posted Dec 21, 2016 at 1:14 PM Custom titles are active Becky posted Dec 21, 2016 at 12:14 PM Co-op game recommendations Ian posted Dec 21, 2016 at 11:36 AM We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions. The calendar folde Guest, Mar 13, 2007, in forum: Microsoft Outlook Calendar Replies: 0 Views: 558 Guest Mar 13, 2007 Unable to display the folder. You should be all set for a while.... > > "dlroberts" kirjoitti: > > > We are running Office 2003/Exchange 2003 and have created resources for our > > conference rooms
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... The same calendars are not > > affected each time. Seems that even if I was to recreate the pst and copy the data in it over to the new file she encounters the same issue. I can read some emails and access most folders but couldn't export/move/copy etc.After a few tries, this message comes up "unable to display the folder.
Have anyone experianced this issue. Several customised Views and menu items I had created were lost, so I've had to set them up again.