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i use outlook16 in mac. the sooner i upgraded my os to high sierra, my outlook freezes. i have been struggling for past 1 hour and still no progress. i can see my olm folders but the mails are inaccessible. thunderbird is not importing this bunch. i really don't know howto recover my those 4gb official mails and those contacts. any help will be appreciated.

 

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Our resident Mac expert is Gandalph he's usually quite regular but has been off for few days. Check back in to see if he turns up.

 

Another suggestion is to check out here they have a somewhat larger user base than we do so you may get an answer quicker from them.

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to my fortune Outlook worked after 90 minutes of that crashing. but it failed to recognised the mail files it had stored previously. it killed me more that my mails were present and empty inside. after much googling i read that extracting corrupted mails is possible. i took a trial on "Outlook mac database recovery". the support team of the tool took a remote desktop session to help me extract my mails. and to my surprise, it actually worked. however I have made my mind not to move back to outlook again. i have exported all the mails to thunderbird. no problems so far.

 

for those who are bearing such issue, you can check here: www.outlookmacdatabaserecovery.com/download-outlook-mac-database-recovery

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What is this post doing here from November 2017. Resurrection of the Post comes to mind. We will now sing Psalm 233. 

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21 hours ago, Gandalph said:

What is this post doing here from November 2017. Resurrection of the Post comes to mind. We will now sing Psalm 233. 

I don't know it how does it go?

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La La la, Dum Dum de Dum. :whistling:

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On ‎12‎/‎04‎/‎2018 at 11:45 AM, Gandalph said:

What is this post doing here from November 2017. Resurrection of the Post comes to mind. We will now sing Psalm 233. 

Is it a coconut psalm or a date psalm?

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It's a Date psalm SuperAlan. :laughitup:

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I love onions andsome!

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I eat a whole large one every week at least, sometimes more, and several cloves of garlic.

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17 minutes ago, andsome said:

I eat a whole large one every week at least, sometimes more, and several cloves of garlic.

And he wonders why people prefer talking to him outdoors.

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4 minutes ago, Belatucadrus said:

And he wonders why people prefer talking to him outdoors.

They can please themselves. Onions and garlic are extremely good for you as well as being delicious 

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5 minutes ago, andsome said:

Onions and garlic are extremely good for you as well as being delicious 

Ghastly French propaganda, you've been Europeanised, next thing you'll become a remoaner and start asking for a new referendum.

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1 hour ago, Belatucadrus said:

Ghastly French propaganda, you've been Europeanised, next thing you'll become a remoaner and start asking for a new referendum.

I like Spanish onions, and British spring onions. 

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