Outlook Display Issues
More often than not, sending and getting mail works easily in Outlook. Be that as it may, when you have turned into a bit excessively usual, making it impossible to this blunder free email presence, a confounding and not well clarified mistake flies up. On the off chance that the unexplained mistake does not leave, just a log can offer assistance. The viewpoint can make a nitty-gritty rundown of what it is doing, sending and getting as it tries to trade email. Utilizing this log, you can either pinpoint the Outlook display issues yourself or possibly demonstrate it to your ISP’s mail bolster individual, for instance.
Viewpoint can log all correspondence with Exchange, POP, SMTP and IMAP servers and also Hotmail correspondence.
Investigate Email Problems in Outlook with Transaction Logging
To log email activity for troubleshooting in Outlook:
- Select Tools | Options… from the menu in Outlook.
- Go to the Other tab.
- Click Advanced Options.
- Ensure Enable logging (troubleshooting) (or Enable mail logging (troubleshooting) in Outlook 2003) is empowered.
- Click OK.
- Click OK once more.
- Exit and restart Outlook.
- Presently it’s a great opportunity to
- endeavor the fizzled email activity — sending the message or recovering new mail, for instance — once more
- to duplicate the mistake. After you have created the mistake, ensure you
- uncheck Enable logging (troubleshooting) (or Enable mail logging (troubleshooting)) once more
- by means of the means delineated above before you restart Outlook again.
- Discover the Log File
- While turning exchange logging on or off is simple in Outlook, finding the log documents can be more included:
- Select Run… from the Start menu.
- Type “%temp%” (without the quotation marks).
- Click OK.
POP and SMTP:
- Open the OPMLog.log file in the folder that opens.
- Open the Outlook Logging folder.
- Go to the folder named after your IMAP account.
- Open the imap0.log, imap1.log etc. files.
- Open the Outlook Logging and then the Hotmail folder.
- Open the http0.log, http1.log etc. files.