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Fix Outlook Error Code 10!

Microsoft Outlook is one of the most widely used email management application. The application provides you easy features and functionality to manage emails, contacts, notes, tasks, journals, appointments. It also allows users to manage their emails offline i.e. you can work with your emails without connecting to the server each time. But sometimes due to improper management, Outlook.pst gets corrupted or damaged and data stored in the Pst file becomes inaccessible. In such situation, several error message prompted when user tries to access or open PST file. One such error code that Outlook users might experience is Outlook error code 10. The error displayed in the following format like:

“Unable to connect to the proxy server, Error Code 10”

The above error message occurs mainly when connection with the proxy server cannot be established by the user or when there is some kind of issues with the pst file i.e. pst file is damaged or corrupted. There are several other reasons that could prevail the occurrence of such problematic and erroneous situations like incorrect installation of Outlook application, damaged Outlook profile, oversized pst file etc.

Whatever the reason be, due to error code 10, users are not able to send or receive emails in their own Microsoft emailing application and thus Outlook working get halted. To fix the error, try to fix the faulty server connection as well as correct mail settings.

If the error code 10 occurs due to Pst file corruption then run scanpst.exe tool to repair damaged or corrupted pst file. The tool gets installed automatically with Outlook installation. However, this tool has certain limitations, so that when there is major PST corruption issues or when the PST file exceeds 2GB size limit, inbox repair tool fails. In such situation, when scanpst.exe fails, error code 10 can be completely fixed by splitting large Pst file by making use of third party PST splitter tool.

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