1. Repair registry entries associated with error 0x80040119.

Note:

Meddling with registry entries is highly risky, so please take a backup of the current state of the registry before attempting this fix. Also, if you aren’t familiar with how the registry functions or have never altered the system registry manually, avoid this method.

  1. Scan your computer for virus/malware infections and fix them
  2. Clean system junk (temporary folders and files)
  1. Update PC drivers
  2. Restore your computer to a previous state when Outlook was working fine

Note:

This method might result in deleting files you may have created after your last system restore point was set up. Thus, before initiating a system restore take a backup of your current system files.

  1. Reinstall MS Outlook
  1. Update Windows
  2. Repair damaged PST with

    ScanPST.exe