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Solutions to Solve the QuickBooks Desktop Crash Com Issue

by Sprink Davis Accounting and Bookkeeping

Crash Com Error is a frequently-encountered email invoice error in QuickBooks Desktop. The Error pops up when users attempt to email invoices for other transactions. This Error may result in the loss of unsaved QuickBooks Data. This article intends to provide you with viable and apt methods for stemming the fixing QuickBooks Crash while Sending Email Error. This, keep reading ahead…!




Causes of QuickBooks Crash Com Error

There are several causes behind the QuickBooks Crash Com Error. These have been enlisted below:

        Incomplete installation of QuickBooks.

        Virus/malware affecting important QB files.

        Damaged/Corrupted Windows files.

        Essential MS-Office files got corrupted.

        QuickBooks is unable to connect to the Email service provider.

        System security software or a firewall prevents the seamless functioning of QuickBooks.

Methods to Fix the Crash Com Error in QuickBooks

This section apprises you with reliable and convenient ways to resolve the Crash Com Error. Make sure that you follow each method very cautiously.

Method 1: Update MS Outlook

To update MS Outlook, follow the easy walkthrough provided as follows:

        In the Start menu, search for Outlook.

        Click on the icon and open MS Outlook.

        After that, head for the File option.

        Follow up by visiting the Office Account option.

        Choose the Update Option.

        Soon after click on Update Now.

        Wait for the update process to finish.


Method 2: Choose MS Outlook as your default email application

To make MS Outlook your default email app, perform the steps given below:

        Start off by clicking on the start menu.

        From the Start menu, access the Control Panel.

        Go to the Default Programs tab.

        Herein, choose the option to set your default programs.

        Click on MS Outlook from the list of programs.

        Choose the option to Set this program as default.

        Finally, choose on Ok.


Method 3: Add an Email account to MS Outlook

        At first, open MS Outlook.

        In MS Outlook, go to the File menu.

        Thereafter, hit on the Add Account option.

        Type your preferred email address in the text box.

        Subsequently, click on Connect. MS Outlook will automatically detect a suitable server.

        Fill in the correct Password.

        After submitting your credentials, click on OK.

        To complete the process, select OK on the following setup.


Method 4: Toggle email settings

        Initially, hit on the Start menu.

        Within the Start menu, access the Control Panel.

        Now, click on Mail and choose MS Outlook.

        On your screen, a mail setup window will display. At this stage, click on Show Profile.

        Choose Ask for a profile to be used.

        Hit Apply.

        Select Always use this profile and then click Apply.

        Finally, select OK.


Method 5: Run QuickBooks in compatibility mode

        First, hit a right-click on QuickBooks Desktop and select the Properties option.

        Move to the Compatibility tab.


        Opt for the Run this program in compatibility mode option.

        Now select Windows 7.

        Mark the checkbox beside Run this program as an administrator.

        Click on Apply.

        Choose OK.


Final Word

The current article discussed the various approaches to fix QuickBooks Crash Com error when mailing invoices. If you come across any other issues, or the issues are still unresolved, feel free to call our QuickBooks desktop error support experts at the helpline 1-800-615-2347.


See Also: 
Ways to Remotely Access the Features of QuickBooks Desktop


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