The 0x8004010F error is fairly common with users of Outlook 2010/2013. It means that you have a corrupted Outlook profile, and comes with one of two possible error messages, either Outlook data file cannot be accessed, or The operation failed. An object could not be found.
This error code most commonly appears when you’ve exported a .pst file in order to put it into Outlook 2010/2013, whether it is from an older PC, or another situation. Outlook 2010/2013 will give you this error and you won’t be able to send or receive mail until you resolve it.
Even though many users will say that this can only be solved by creating a whole new account from scratch, a lot of people have too much information, or multiple e-mail accounts, and this will be a huge trouble. However, read on for a solution that is easy and has been proven to work for a number of people.
Method 1: Change the folder in Outlook 2010/2013
This method is fairly easy and will allow you to send and receive mail without any problems.
- Open Outlook 2010/2013.
- From the File tab, click Account Settings.
- Choose the account you’re having issues with, and click the Change Folder button at the bottom.
- Choose Personal Folders\Inbox, and click
- Click Send/Receive all. You should now be able to use Outlook 2010/2013
Method 2: Create a New Profile and Re-Add Outlook
If the aforementioned, for some reason, didn’t work, you will have to add a new account in a new profile on Outlook. For futher steps, see (here)