How to Fix Error 8004010F Outlook data file cannot be accessed
You are performing a quick search on your computer to retrieve some important data and suddenly you receive the “Error 0X8004010F on your PC. What can you do to get your data back and fix this error on the same hand?
Well, you might encounter this error message in the Sync Issues folder while attempting to synchronize offline address list on a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 or Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 or Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 in Microsoft Outlook 2003. You can also receive such error messages, when you try to send an e-mail message or make any changes to your PC. So, it is always better to fix such errors on time as it might affect your work by stopping you from assessing so many programs and files.
Solving such errors won’t take much of your time. By changing specific settings, you can easily resolve this problem. Here are the information that can help you understand the causes and solution to fix “Error 0X8004010F on your computer.
Wondering what makes this error to appear again and again on your PC? Well, one of the most common reasons why this error arises is invalid settings in Address list settings or Offline address list settings option on your computer. So, if either of the two list settings options has a missing address list or an incorrect address list condition, then the error might occur on your PC.
To resolve the “Error 0X8004010F- An object could not be found on your PC, you need to identify the current location of your default Outlook data file, and then create a new Outlook profile. To do this now, you can follow our instructions below:
Step- 1 - Here’s how you can locate the default Outlook data file:
- Click Start, and go to Control Panel.
- In Control Panel, Click Mail.
- A Mail Setup-Outlook dialog box will get open, now click Show Profiles.
- Select your current Outlook profile, and then click Properties.
- Again, in the Mail Setup-Outlook dialog box, Click Data Files.
- Now, select the Data Files tab in the Account Settings dialog box.
- Note the name and location of the default data file for your profile.
- Click Close.
Step 2 - Â The next step is to create a new Outlook profile.
Video-Â Microsoft® Outlook 2010: Create an E-mail Profile
Step 3 - Then configure it as the default profile. Â Follow below steps to set new Outlook profile as default profile-
1. Select Always use this profile on General tab of mail dialog box.
2. Select new profile under always use this profile.
3. Click OK to close the Mail dialog box.
Wasn’t that an easy way to resolve the error and get rid of the trouble? Well, fixing “Error 0X8004010F is not at all difficult; however, you need to make sure that you follow each and every step very carefully and change the settings accordingly.
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