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Exit Outlook. Start Registry Editor. To do this, use one of the following procedures, as appropriate for your version of Windows: Windows 10 or Windows 8: Press Windows Key+R to open a Run dialog box. Type regedit.exe and then press OK. Windows 7: Select Start, type regedit.exe in the search box, and then press Enter.
To quickly (but temporarily) fix Outlook when it's not loading, you can try simply removing the cookies Outlook is using in your browser: Open Outlook in Chrome (enter your login credentials, if prompted). When you are stuck on the looping envelope animation, click on the padlock next to the URL address. Click on Cookies.
Restart Outlook and see if the enabled add-in makes Outlook irresponsive. If not, do step 10 to 11 until you find the problem add-in. Disable the problem add-in. You may also need to contact the developer of the add-in or Microsoft for advice. Hopefully, this fixed your Outlook crashing issue. If not, move on to the next fix, below.
Click on the File menu at the top. Select Options from the left sidebar to access the Outlook settings menu. Choose Add-ins from the options available in the left sidebar. Select COM Add-ins from the Manage dropdown menu and click Go. Untick all the add-ins in the list and click OK. Close Outlook and relaunch it.
Go Settings>Network & Internet>Change adapter options >Right click Internet Connection>Properties>TCP/IPv4 >Use the following DNS server address: 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206.
As per the reports doing rounds on the web, Outlook is facing a major outage. Users are unable to check their emails or any other info on the app or on the website. Looking at the multiple reports, it indeed seems like a widespread issue. So, if your Microsoft Outlook isn’t loading then you are not alone, it’s down for many others too.
Open Outlook and click on the Send/Receive tab at the top. Click the option that says Work Offline in the Preferences section. Outlook should now be back online—wait a minute or two for it to refresh itself. 4. Ensure the Sender Is Not in Your Block List You might find yourself wondering: “Why am I not receiving emails from a particular sender?”
1 Fix MS Outlook not responding 1.1 Start Outlook in Safe Mode1.2 Remove the add-ins1.3 Stop Loading External Content1.4 Install the latest Windows and Outlook updates1.5 Repair Microsoft Office suite1.6 Repair your Outlook data files (.pst file)1.7 Create a New Outlook User Profile. Start Outlook in Safe Mode#
Restart the Outlook desktop client and make sure that Outlook isn't running in admin mode. Check the status of the add-in in Outlook If you still don't see the Teams Meeting add-in, make sure it's enabled in Outlook. In Outlook, select File > Options. In the Outlook Options dialog box, select the Add-ins tab.