How to Fix Microsoft Outlook 2010 Disconnected Issue
Microsoft Outlook 2010 is one of the most reliable email clients used by many companies for internal and external communications. It helps you stay connected with your colleagues and friends in a much organized manner. However, it’s not that immune to errors and issues and thus, can come up with any sort of error at any point of time. If it faces any issue, the entire management gets affected; productivity hampers with uninterrupted communication services.
Microsoft Outlook 2010 gets disconnected repeatedly is one such issue that sounds really frustrating, especially when someone is in the middle of something. You don’t realize why – but when you try to send any message, a message stating ‘Microsoft Outlook 2010 disconnected’ appears at the bottom of your Outlook.
The disconnected status of Microsoft Outlook 2010 can occur either due to connectivity problems or power management issues. The moment these issues are felt – a message stating the issue appears on bottom right corner of the screen.
However, you needn’t worry as our step-by-step solution will help you in resolving the same in not much time. Here are the steps to resolve Outlook 2010 disconnected issue:
- Restart the computer and try accessing the Outlook 2010 again.
- Check for your Internet Connection.
- Hit the Send/Receive tab and check if ‘Work Offline’ option is unchecked.
- To fix the Outlook 2010 disconnected issue, close the Outlook and Open the Control Panel.
- In the Control Panel box, double-click the ‘Mail 32-bit’ icon.
- Next, hit the Email Account option from the list.
- Double-click the Exchange profile. Here, you can add or remove an account. You can also select an account and change its settings.
- In the next step, ensure that you have selected ‘Use Cached Exchange Mode’ and the User name and then hit the ‘More Settings’ button.
- Now, select the Connection tab and check the box appearing in front of the ‘Connect to Microsoft Exchange using HTTP’ and then hit the button ‘Exchange Proxy Settings’ button.
- In the Microsoft Exchange Proxy Settings dialog box, ensure the boxes under the connection settings are checked.
- Hit the OK button, then Next and then Close the box.
- Now, open the Microsoft Outlook 2010.
These are the two ways in which you can resolve the issue. However, if these two solutions are unable to fix your issue, you can consider deleting your Outlook Profile and recreating it. Now, your Microsoft Outlook 2010 should be working fine and without any connection or power issue.