I have problems with My Windows 7 OS

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 I have installed Outlook and added 2 users in it. I am using this computer at home and so it is not connected to any domain. I have imported ‘.pst’ file from my old computer to the new computer’s Outlook which have a profile named ‘ABC’. It connects through POP and it is working properly. When I am login to another user name, DEF, it is not starting the Outlook and I am getting an error message which says ‘Default email folder is not able to open’.  I don’t know why this is happening. Is there some problem with the importing of the ‘.pst’ file? If anybody knows the solution to solving this, please help me. I will be thankful for all your help.

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I have problems with My Windows 7 OS


Dear Zanyap

Your account doesn't have permissions to the user DEF's mailbox and so you got this error.  The cause of this problem may be that named pipes (ncacn_np) is supposed to be the Exchange client RPC (Remote Procedure Call) protocol.  To solve this issue, try to remove the static mapping for any of these services; the Exchange server directory service or the information store service. You may also run the command "net use" to the Inter-process communication IPC$ share on the Exchange Server computer and then you are able to access the other mailbox using its credentials.

Hope this may help you.

Best of luck

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