Microsoft Outlook error “Object name: ‘IndexerNotifyForm”

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I am having problems accessing a disposed object. I keep on getting an error "Object name: 'IndexerNotifyForm".

I get this error when opening Microsoft Outlook. I also get this error when I was coding t-sql on my SQL server.

Can anyone suggest a fix to this problem?

I will be waiting for your responses.

Thank you.


I'm sorry, but a serious program error (Cannot access a disposed object.
Object name: 'IndexerNotifyform'.) occurred.
Would you like to send a bug report (don't worry: you will be able to review all contents before the report is sent)?

Answered By 580710 points N/A #109499

Microsoft Outlook error “Object name: ‘IndexerNotifyForm”


Since this is not only the first time that you see this error, just try restarting your machine then try again. If it still failed to work with the same message, try uninstalling Microsoft Outlook from your system.

If Microsoft Outlook is part of the Microsoft Office package installed on your computer, remove only this feature from the whole package. After it was uninstalled, check your computer for any possible errors. Use a disk utility application to check the system. Any errors in the file system can cause different sorts of problems to the installed applications. After this, install the application again and try using it.

If that same message still pops up on your screen, try checking your computer for possible virus infection. Update your antivirus then run a full system scan on your machine.

Don’t forget to scan the System Volume Information folder which can be found in the root of every drive. It’s a hidden system folder so you need to change the settings in the Folders Option to make it visible. If the scan didn’t find any virus on the system, try uninstalling the whole Microsoft Office package from your computer then install it back.

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