The error generally encounters while users are trying to set-up a new account which clearly means that the path it is trying to create the PST in is not at all accessible. Users are advised to verify with the help of locating and opening the path on manual mode. It should always be opened via Windows Explorer. To Fix Outlook Error 0x80070002, registry method is being applied to easily edit the path and then allow Outlook to use a different location.
Steps to Fix Outlook Error 0x80070002
- Go to the “Documents ->” icon and then create a folder which should be named as ‘Outlook2’. Make a note that you have created files in this folder to perform a proper test while ensuring that it is accessible as well as writable. Once done, note down its full path. Just check whether it is in “Documents” section or not?
- The next step is to hold the “Windows key” and then, press the “R” button. Type the “regedit” command and press the “Enter” button. You will see that the “Windows Registry editor’ has opened automatically. Well, you need to browse the path as mentioned below:
- The next step is to open the folder which corresponds to the Office version. There will be an option where the Outlook highlighted in the left pane is easily visible. Simply rightclick in an empty area located in the right pane and then, click the ‘New > String Value’. Write the names as ‘ForcePSTPath” to the string value.
- Rightclick on it, and then, tap the ‘Modify’ icon. Under the value data, simply type the complete location for the PST file which has been created before. Click OK button and then close the “Registry editor’ window. Execute the Microsoft Outlook and then, re-add the account,
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