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1. Open Outlook, click on Tools< Trust Center< Add-ins. 2. Under Manage select COM Add-ins. 3. Click on GO options beside Manage, uncheck all the add-ins and click Ok. 4. Try to open Outlook and check if it works fine. If didnt works
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To work around the issue, you can turn off Support Diagnostics, which turns off the option to submit an In App ticket using Help and then selecting Contact Support. The bug is related to how Outlook is authenticating for the diagnostics in some situations.
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The Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant can diagnose and fix several Outlook issues for you, including fixing your Outlook profile. To download and install the Microsoft Support and Recovery Assistant, click download the tool. Once installed, the application will run automatically. Repair a profile in Outlook 2010, Outlook 2013, or Outlook ...
If Outlook is able to start in safe mode, then the problem is likely with one of your add-ins. You'll need to disable all of your add-ins before restarting Outlook, as described in the following procedures: If Outlook is NOT able to start in safe mode, then try the next proposed solution below, entitled Create a new Outlook profile. Disable add-ins