Updating microsoft outlook 2016
Both products come with 30-day fully functional trials.
May 2018 update: Microsoft has updated their blog to say that their current recommendation addresses the remaining 32-bit Outlook issues.
This new cleaning process may decrease the frequency of the issue.
Upgrade to the latest version of Workshare and run a REG key to enable the new metadata cleaning process Note 1: This functionality was first introduced with Workshare 9.5.2.
The recommendation is to use the latest version of Office, which includes the Large Address Aware (LAA) feature.
As before, customers may alternatively choose to use 64-bit Office. As diagnosed by Microsoft, this is a rendering failure caused by memory pressure within the 32-bit Outlook process.
Note 2: These steps involve modifying the Registry.
To see which COM add-ins you're using, in Outlook, go to File The rendering failures occur when Outlook runs out space for memory allocations within its virtual memory space.
A user can even create it on their own using one of the free email signature generators.
But when you have a large number of users and want to make sure their emails are stamped with unified signatures containing personal details, better start rolling up your sleeves.
Some users of the 32-bit versions of Microsoft Office 20 (including the Office 365 versions) who are also on Windows 8 and above, are experiencing an issue where Outlook stops rendering properly, leading to a white screening or black screening effect where text and other graphical elements appear blank. Memory fragmentation means that Outlook is running out of space for memory allocations within its virtual address space.
One or more of the following may occur: Note: This image is just one example. Microsoft recommends updating to the latest version of Office to ensure you’re using a version with the LAA feature.