|24 Aug 2011||#1|
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Logging on to Outlook 2010
I was preparing for a hard drive and motherboard change and was moving some files around. I mistakeningly moved my Outlook Files folder to another drive. I then moved it back to My Documents where it originated.
When I tried to open my mail I get a pop-up saying... "Cannot open your default e-mail folder. File access is denied. Youdo not have the permission required to access the file. Then it lists the path to mu Outlook files and PST file.
I tried several things, even system restore. Everything seems to check out ok. So I then uninstalled and reinstalled Microsoft Office... I still get the same pop-up window.
Does anyone have any ideas on how I should proceed?
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