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0x8004010F: Outlook data file cannot be accessed. Today I moved my .PST files and this is the error I received: 0x8004010F: Outlook data file cannot be accessed. or 0x8004010F: The operation failed. An object could not be found. Most of the forums I found suggest creating a new profile, this was not good news for me because I have 5 different email accounts in outlook. This is what fixed it for me: 1. From Outlook 2010 click File>Account Settings>Account Settings 2. Click Change Folder 3. Click New Outlook Data File (This is just temporary) 4. Give it a name (I used "Test") 5. Click the + to the left of the folder name to expand the subfolders. Click Inbox. Click OK. 6. Then Click Change Folder 7. Click Select the one you want 8. Click the + to the left of the folder name to expand the subfolders. Click Inbox. Click OK. 9. Close Account Settings and click send/receive.
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Introduction The WAMP server is very useful and is widely used open source. It works great when you are working in a local machine. But when you want to access the same WAMP server form a different machine on LAN or WAN then it’s not possible. How to do this Here are the steps to make WAM enabled on LAN or WAN: Step 1 First you need to set up the WAMP service on your server and on the required services. And make sure that your WAMP server is online and it’s running on your browser using http://localhot:8081/ (I have given a fixed port number 8081 to my WAMP server). To run the WAMP Apache server on your specified port, do the following. Go in the \wamp\bin\apache\Apache2.2.11\conf\httpd.conf file and search for “#Listen” and then change the port from 80 to 8081 and in that case, your URL will be http://localhost:8081/ #Listen 188.8.131.52:80 Listen 192.168.1.154:8081 Step 2 Now make the WMAP Server accessible in the LAN or WAN, you have to get \wamp\bin\ap