Determine OST Synchronization Error

Are you attempting to execute synchronization of OST Mailbox in MS Outlook? When you synchronize your OST data, you got the beneath expressed fatal error message on your screen that show of being this way:

'The operation failed because of a registry or fixing issue. Start again Outlook and attempt once more. If the issue holds on, please reinstall.'

MS Outlook clients sometimes, get this inaccuracy message while completing consistent mailing deeds, for example, sending mails, deleting messages, receiving, compacting or synchronizing Outlook account etc. Periodically, your Outlook may shutdown, suddenly, while in a most of the cases the mistake shows up more than once. At the point when clicked OK in the wake of getting the above blunder message, Outlook begins running in a right way. In any case, when you leave the application and attempt to restart MS Outlook, you run over another error message that visible being this way:

'Your offline folder file could not be configured.\\ComputerName\FolderName\Outlook.ost.'

Computer Name is the PC name on which establishment of MS Outlook has been done and Folder Name is the name of the folder that incorporates the offline document.


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This specific corruption message shows up, alongside the above blunder message, in the event that you are attempting to synchronize the offline folder document (.ost record) of your MS Outlook mail account. The issue happens, basically in an network environment and the OST document is situated in such a PC which is not shared or which is not available.

As a standard determination, first store the OST record on the local computer. Next, confirm whether the OST document is accessible on the local PC before you run any synchronization order.

Ideally, after the synchronization, your Outlook runs superbly else, you have to reinstall the Outlook. Likewise, check for any conceivable corruption or harm of the OST document. Now and again, due to a corrupt OST document, your Outlook may neglect to work appropriately. All things considered, you can utilize IbidInfo OST to PST Converter to determine the issue.

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