It takes between 3 and 5 minutes every morning. If repairing your Outlook data files didn't resolve your issue, move on to the next step. It does break again when the name is reverted. Step Forward Solution: Third-Party Repair Tool Third-party tools are the software-oriented solution. Try these: - Disable all Outlook add-ins - Created a new Outlook profile When you removed the mail profiles did you create a new profile and start Outlook with the new profile? Somehow their Outlook shortcut had been configured to run in Compatibility mode. In both cases multi-factor is on and continues to work.
Outlook should show Starting then done. After reboot the issue came back. I tried the domain credentials and i even popped in the app password as I read an article that mentioned this but this did not work for me. In the Product Information column, click Update Options, and then click Disable Updates. I upgraded from Office 2013 to 2016. Kevin Yes, sir they do.
Now Outlook is stuck on Loading Profile. Then we renamed the Outlook. There are 3 common scenarios that you might come across worth covering. Basically what you need to do is either create a new Profile or remove that email account from Microsoft Outlook and then recreate it, by following the procedure mentioned in that post. Then out of the blue after we forced a password change this issue occured. If I try, I get an error that Windows Shell Common Dll has stopped responding.
I've disconnected wifi but didn't open. I have managed to resolve the issue! It just gets stuck loading. Open Outlook in Safe mode as mentioned in Solution 3 and go to: Outlook 2016 hangs on loading profile for over 2 minutes. This has now been going on for months - please when are we going to have a fix. On restart, when I launched Outlook, I found that it would not go beyond the Loading Profile splash screen. Full repair gave me an error and used Microsoft's tool to remove all office projects and re-installed everything.
So, the autodiscover and setup process is storing something in the users profile or User registry that do not get deleted just by deleting the Outlook profile. Visit the dedicated to share, explore and talk to experts about Microsoft Teams. Restart Outlook or Skype for Business. Look at update history under programs and features control panel on an affected machine and see if any likely candidates show up in the list sort by date and look at past two weeks. I told them the problem must be something with networking, beclause every time when there is a connection between support and my laptop outlook works normal. A quick question before we proceed. Logged back in and Outlook now connects ok.
I also you recommend to just disable any network adapter you're not using. Going to try a fresh install Monday and see what happens. Cheers Ken Ken and Perry, I have encountered the exact same set of circumstances over the last month. If it doesn't you may need to delete the profile in the Registry. Now Open Outlook 2013 and Verify. I'm waiting to hear back, but I don't think my mail server has published the autodiscover settings.
You can create a new profile and then add your email accounts to the new profile. It is suggested to upgrade to the newest version if you still have this problem. Just change your mail program. In the File Explorer, click View, and then check Hidden items to view the folder. I don't think I should have to go to such extreme to have the end user recreate the windows and then the mail profile.
In the Folder Pane, you might see a folder named Recovered Personal Folders that contains your default Outlook folders or a Lost and Found folder. Outlook hangs because its data files are corrupted For various reasons, your Outlook data files may become corrupted. For example, the first time you try to Dismiss All on a list of reminders, Outlook asks you if you're sure you want to do that. Please note: this information was accurate at the time of writing this article 30 April 2015. If Outlook still fails when starting in Safe mode then you would be better to uninstall Office and re-install completely in case office is damaged. Pressing Alt+Tab will help you switch from window to window and help you see what dialog boxes might be stopping Outlook from responding. Right now we are using App passwords for our trial group of 8.