Today, when emails have become the most preferred way of communication among people, Microsoft Outlook is considered as the fast, reliable, and easy-to-use email client. Emails created in Outlook are stored on user’s computer in the form of .PST files though the Personal Storage files are susceptible to get damaged.
Following are the well-known reasons that lead into PST file damage:
Outlook Express is a full featured email messaging program that proves its importance because of simplicity and easy to use functions. Â No doubt, sending of emails requires the email address of the recipient.
One can click Addresses in the Tool bar and then select the email address from the Address Book window for composing emails. Another way is to access the address book contacts from the main window of Outlook Express which is an easy way of accessing contacts. But, what if you accidentally or intentionally closed the Contacts list from the Outlook Express window?
Sometimes, when you try logging into your Outlook Express account, an error message flashes on your computer screen informing that your account is already in use. The error message you face is:
0x800CCC03 USER ALREADY CONNECTED
Being updated with the latest Outlook version to avail its new features is a trend for regular Outlook users, which may sometimes bring disaster in their life. Sometimes, when you start Outlook after upgrading to latest Outlook version from earlier version or import any Outlook.pst file from one computer to another, you may see the following error message:
MySQL uses MyISAM as the default storage engine, which is based on older ISAM code but comprises many useful extensions. The MyISAM comprises three files having extensions- .frm, .MYI, and .MYD that are used to properly store the data. The MYI extension in MyISAM storage engine stands for MyIndex and refers to the index file in which table’s indexes are stored.
Microsoft SQL Server, the most preferred back-end (database) utility among organizations because of its scalability, consistency, and familiarity with users. A user of SQL Server uses SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) to query character data from the database where non-Unicode data types like char, varchar, etc. are used. When the SSMS is being used to query the character data, you may not receive the accurate character data rather you may come across the following problems: