Windows 10: Outlook send/receive problem with Hotmail. Solved

  1.    26 Nov 2015 #1

    Outlook send/receive problem with Hotmail.


    I now get "Network Operation Failed"
    and below that,
    "Error with send/receive. There was an error synchronizing your folder hierarchy. Error: 80041004"

    This Outlook install is part of Office 2010. Everything was running fine until this morning. I did a lot of searching and found a reference to a Control Panel setting. However, now, it appears that Control Panel has gone missing!!! I ran a utility on the command line, I forget the actual command, to deal with corrupted files. It found some issue, so it said. I rebooted. Nothing has changed... I've wasted the whole day so far.
    I don't know if it is related but I seem to also have problems on some web sites displaying images. As if the HTML is displayed only, without the css settings. (Chrome browser) - same on Firefox browser. Has anyone seen this kind of problem?
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    Win10 Home and Pro, Win10 Insider Preview, Win7 Home, Linux Mint
       26 Nov 2015 #2

    Maladapto said: View Post
    I now get "Network Operation Failed"
    and below that,
    "Error with send/receive. There was an error synchronizing your folder hierarchy. Error: 80041004"

    This Outlook install is part of Office 2010. Everything was running fine until this morning. I did a lot of searching and found a reference to a Control Panel setting. However, now, it appears that Control Panel has gone missing!!! I ran a utility on the command line, I forget the actual command, to deal with corrupted files. It found some issue, so it said. I rebooted. Nothing has changed... I've wasted the whole day so far.
    I don't know if it is related but I seem to also have problems on some web sites displaying images. As if the HTML is displayed only, without the css settings. (Chrome browser) - same on Firefox browser. Has anyone seen this kind of problem?
    If it's the Windows Control Panel you need, right-click the Start button [same look as on the Windows key] and choose Control Panel from the list.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  3.    27 Nov 2015 #3

    now fixed


    Berton said: View Post
    If it's the Windows Control Panel you need, right-click the Start button [same look as on the Windows key] and choose Control Panel from the list.
    Thanks.
    This is all very strange.
    I checked the update status and found that "some updates failed to install" and so I queried update status and found a new build available. So I did the update which took about an hour.
    Restarted. Same problem.
    Left the computer off overnight.
    Restarted today. And it appears to have fixed itself.
    1. Control Panel is now available again from the start menu (it wasn't, before)
    2. Hotmail is now working again in Outlook.
    3. Web sites display properly again. (Before, images were not displaying and it seemed that the css files were not being read)
    - I have no explanation!
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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