Outlook will not open after upgrade

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After upgrade, Windows Mail Outlook no longer open. Reinstall Office completely. Mailer is opened, but almost no there. File pst. preserved. Made the following manipulations: After reinstalling performed to configure the account, and then import it from a saved .pst (From the menu: "File" -> "Import and Export ..." in the window "Import and Export Wizard" -> "Import from another program or file "->" Next "from the new list, selected" personal Folder File (.pst) ", again click" Next "in the" Import from file "to specify the path to the previously saved data file personal folder" Outlook. pst ", click" Next ". All the letters with all the folders in mailer is not displayed. Does not help!
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Once all tuned, an Outlook need to close it and put a file instead of what has been
created by the program. Lies in the C: \ Documents and Settings \ Account \
Local Settings \ Application Data \ Microsoft \ Outlook.

Must pick
up.

Another may be such that pst file to become corrupted. if you have ost file, you can try to recover information from it. But you will need to convert into pst file. This will help you this program. I always use it. 

ost to pst converter

And then repeat all the steps you did before. 

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Try to run inbox repair tool or run scanpst follow the .pst at the same location.
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  • stiansolberg233
    Oh, thanks for the help. I was only looking for help specifically for my situation. but the Internet is so many different ways that I'm not afraid to mess up, having tried everything. Thank you!
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  • ToddN2000
    What was the upgrade from and to? It might help us to know if some of the old version logic has been replaced.
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