I am sorry to hear that you seem to have lost all Outlook 2013 information after upgrading to Windows 10.
In order to resolve this issue we need some information. Let us know the following:
Outlook information is stored in a PST file format if you are using a POP3 (POP/SMTP) email account and in case you are using an IMAP, MAPI or Microsoft Exchange account the data is stored in an OST file which can easily be accessed again – by reconfiguring/setting
up the email account again in Outlook 2013.
Check what was the type of email account you had setup in Outlook 2013 prior to upgrading to Windows 10?
In case you had setup a POP account then you may check for a folder called
Window.old on the C: drive (or your default drive on the computer prior to upgrade). On the Window.old folder check navigate to the following location and check if you can find your old PST file:
i have a pop a/c and I checked the windows old file and it is empty there is also a windows old 1 and this is empty as well, I updraded from 7 to 8 in jan and got outlook 2013 at the same time and it seems that data file is gone, I have over 10, 000 contatcts
missing and 4 years worth of business emails all gone.
it seems strange at he top of the page the quick step links are still there but when you click them it says folder cannot be accessed it's like the file has been deleted
the name of the pst file is the same that i was using before but all the data is gone
also this may be separate seem strange but I also cannot send any emails since the upgrade either you can send test emails and I can receive them but it just says cannot contact to network, have created new pofile and have gone in to program feature to reapir
office, have started in safe mode and nothing
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