Errorcode: 3259

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    MoonJ9

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    I've google a bit about this can't seem to find a straight answer. May I know has anyone got the Outlook errorcode: 3259?
     
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    bassfisher6522 Moderator

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    We need the exact error message with code.
     
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    The profile may be corrupt.

    Try this:
    go to:
    C:\Users\username\ AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook
    Look for a file *.ost and delete it.

    Restart Outlook. It will take a few seconds whilst it reformulates your profile.
     
    davehc, Feb 14, 2018
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    Regedit32 Moderator

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    This site appears to promote itself as a Microsoft Official Support site, but I don't think it is at all.

    I could be mistaken, but would a Microsoft site not actually be part of the Microsoft domain?

    I'd avise [ if I am correct ] using this site with caution. The textual information may be accurate, but I would not be surprised if the pesky request to use Chat Support would eventually lead to either [a] large bill, or someone accessing your computer and creating more problems.

    This Official Microsoft response last year:

    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...n-operation-on-the-server-timed-out-the-serve


    Perhaps a similar application of this response would work in the current Outlook too.
     
    Regedit32, Feb 14, 2018
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    bassfisher6522 Moderator

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    Hey Reg, I just clicked on wolfie's link...and Malwarebytes is flagging it and not letting it open....for me anyway. So your suspicion may be spot on.
     
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    Good heads up Regedit!!!

    I am always willing to take the plunge (Image at the ready.)
    I plunged in. The links can take you to places you don't want. Be very careful!
     
    davehc, Feb 14, 2018
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    Hi @Regedit32 ,

    please delete it, you are absolutely correct, I was (as usual) in a hurry!. :(
     
    Wolfie, Feb 15, 2018
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    Take it a little more slowly, Wolfie. Many readers, particularly new members as is the op, rely on info they receive from forums such as this.
     
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