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Outlook Error 0x8004010F

Dec 09, 2019

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Error "0x8004010F" when sending or receiving e-mail in Outlook 2010 or 2013

0x8004010F: The operation could not be completed. An object was not found.

This bug haunted me after upgrading from Office 2007 to 2010 and then to 2013. I always wanted to take my PST file with me. When upgrading from Office 2010 to 2013, I did not get away with the mistake. The Outlook error "0x8004010FThe operation could not be performed, an object was not found" occurs frequently, unfortunately, the usual procedures with the creation of a new profile, etc. have not helped me. Try this first:

Microsoft support

Since I finally wanted to get rid of the error, I thought - no matter, just delete in the user folder ( C:UsersUserAppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook) all Outlook folders. Attention, normally the folder App is hidden and has to be made visible. ATTENTION: Your data will be lost! However, I've synced both calendars and contacts to google using gsyncit , my mailbox is IMAP anyway - so local data loss is no longer bad in this case. So first save your data somehow!

But even that did not help, with every restart of Outlook, the files were created in different places and the error occurred again.

Then I deleted the entries in the registry by means of regedit (admin rights!). Under

 

  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Office 14.0
    and
  • HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Office 15.0

found outlook entries. Probably they have spoken out again. I just deleted it and lo and behold: So I restarted Outlook, I was able to create a completely new profile and thus the error does not occur now. With the help of IMAP and the sync-program my data was quickly there again .... Only the photos to some contacts I had to make new, because google saves the photos only in very low resolution. But it works again ....

Probably you can now copy your old PST file back to the right place - I do not - but if you do not back up to a cloud, you can certainly try it.

Outlook Error 0x8004010F
Error "0x8004010F" when sending or receiving e-mail in Outlook 2010 or 2013
0x8004010F: The operation could not be completed. An object was not found.
Before you do anything, save your data (PST file)! They can get lost ....
This bug haunted me after upgrading from Office 2007 to 2010 and then to 2013. I always wanted to take my PST file with me. When upgrading from Office 2010 to 2013, I did not get away with the mistake. The error "0x8004010F: The operation could not be performed, an object was not found" occurs frequently, unfortunately, the usual procedures with the creation of a new profile, etc. have not helped me. Try this first:
Microsoft support
Since I finally wanted to get rid of the error, I thought - no matter, just delete in the user folder ( C:UsersUserAppDataLocalMicrosoftOutlook) all Outlook folders. Attention, normally the folder App is hidden and has to be made visible. ATTENTION: Your data will be lost! However, I've synced both calendars and contacts to google using gsyncit , my mailbox is IMAP anyway - so local data loss is no longer bad in this case. So first save your data somehow!
But even that did not help, with every restart of Outlook, the files were created in different places and the error occurred again.
Then I deleted the entries in the registry by means of regedit (admin rights!). Under
HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Office 14.0
and
HKEY_CURRENT_USER Software Microsoft Office 15.0
found outlook entries. Probably they have spoken out again. I just deleted it and lo and behold: So I restarted Outlook, I was able to create a completely new profile and thus the error does not occur now. With the help of IMAP and the sync-program my data was quickly there again .... Only the photos to some contacts I had to make new, because google saves the photos only in very low resolution. But it works again ....
Probably you can now copy your old PST file back to the right place - I do not - but if you do not back up to a cloud, you can certain