I'm trying to a do a fresh install of 10.1.3 on a windows XP machine that is running outlook 2007. The install goes ok but when I start Outlook I get the following error
"Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. The set of folders cannot be opened. Either you don't have sufficient permissions, the server does not support creating folders in this location or the server does not support certain characters in the folder name. Please try moving the folder or renaming it”
Does anybody know what could be causing this?
The user is an administrator on the PC.
I'd already tried installing into a fresh profile but I still get the same error message. I looks like something is trying to create a new folder when Outlook starts up and the Oracle Collaboration Suite does not like it But I can't work out what that could be. I can't turn on logging either because Outlook exits as soon as I acknowledge the message.
I experience the same problem.
After having done some tests: this only occurs on some servers, and obviously on servers which don't enable the creation of sub-folders at their root (/) but only under the Inbox (INBOX/).
Could this be a bug of OCFO which tries to create a folder at the root (/) of the mailbox at launch (or any other operation with the folders), disregarding the NAMESPACE results?