Hi, Im currently in "outlook 2016 professional plus"
when i click on "file" it shows "account information"
underneath their is a option to change picture
when i click "change" it bring s me to my outlook profile which already has a profile picture...i tried EVeRYTHING..
i Have, my account is a personal Hotmail account and the link is provided for work or business, thanks for helping i really appreciate it
running office professional plus 2016
when i click change on the image above where the screeshot is, it just brings me to my hotmail profiile which is setup fine with a pic
when i bought office i had a choice between office 365 home, office 365 personal, office home and student 2016 and office professional plus 2016 which is almost 600$ lol, i bought professional plus 2016.....makes no sense to have a picture option Blank.
The first "red" is "Could not find file". Filename does not match the photo's file name which I understood to be "72a2217e981a758f.jpg" And the cmdlet appears twice end to end at the command prompt.
The second "red" appears to be a pathname issue - but the cmdlet is not being recognized. It looks as if you tried to change the path and direct to another photograph. Such a pathname change certainly should be valid and worth the try. May just be some typo therein.
The third and fourth both appear to be "Could not find file" but at least the cmdlet is recognized to some extent.
Both seem to be balking at the -Identity parameter: i.e., "stevie" (3rd) or photo filename (4th).
After taking another look at the cmdlet parameters I noted another parameter: -Preview
Apologies for the delay in responding - had to be away for a couple of days.
Beforehand I did find one link that seemed to suggest using your email address versus "stevie".
Also tried a couple of other variations on my end but I have Office 365 and things do not seem to be quite the same. Plus my Powershell is now now recognizing the cmdlet. Will work on it all some more.
Also noted two references that seem to limit the photograph size 96 x 96 or perhaps 100 x100.
However size should be independent of "could not find file." Would not expect some built-in "size check" per se. If so, would hope for some more explicit error message.....
Thanks ralston, i ran the scipt with my email instead of name it was the same "could not find file"....a for "scout", i tried that already...i emailed microsoft support and they said that they have seen something simialr, i gave them my account and all...i am the only one who cant change this pic in outlook information....thanks again guys