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How can I force Outlook to always connect regardless of the connection type?
Windows has the ability to assign “costs” to network connections and Outlook requests these costs before connecting to the mail server.
Function Get Folder Path(By Val Folder Path As String) As Outlook. Folder Dim Folders Array As Variant Dim i As Integer On Error Go To Get Folder Path_Error If Left(Folder Path, 2) = "\" Then Folder Path = Right(Folder Path, Len(Folder Path) - 2) End If ' Convert folderpath to array Folders Array = Split(Folder Path, "\") Set o Folder = Application. Folders.item(Folders Array(0)) If Not o Folder Is Nothing Then For i = 1 To UBound(Folders Array, 1) Dim Sub Folders As Outlook. Folders Set o Folder = Sub Folders.item(Folders Array(i)) If o Folder Is Nothing Then Set Get Folder Path = Nothing End If Next End If ' Return the o Folder Set Get Folder Path = o Folder Exit Function Get Folder Path_Error: Set Get Folder Path = Nothing Exit Function End Function To access a shared folder in another user's Exchange server mailbox, you need to use Get Shared Default Folder to reference the mailbox, after resolving the address to the folder.
If the shared folder was opened from a sharing invitation (or Open Other User's folder command), you may need to use the method in the next section.
Scenario: Microsoft Outlook is probably the most complex email client software for Windows.
Not only that it offers so many features, but it is also designed as a connectivity tool with other software or hardware products.
When you frequently change connections you may want to change the default “costs” setting in the Registry.
This also applies to certain USB modems that expose themselves as metered Ethernet connections which you can’t change via normal methods.
Unfortunately, you can’t somehow whitelist Outlook for any or all of your connections or prevent Outlook from requesting the network costs before connecting.
Outlook works fine for a little bit (5-10 minutes) before users start getting this error: Task 'Microsoft Exchange' reported error (0x8007000E) : 'Out of memory or system resources. There is not enough memory available to perform the operation.
Close some windows or programs and try again.' Cannot display the folder. There is not enough free memory to run this program. When they close Outlook and reopen it, they can again work for a few minutes before the errors kick in.
Scenario: Microsoft Outlook offers a complex mechanism for programming Outlook add-ins.
Although the vast add-in majority is designed to help you improve your Outlook experience, sometimes 3rd party Outlook add-ins can cause Outlook crashes or they can simply conflict with each-other.