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Is Apple Mail stationery compatible with Microsoft Outlook (Mac and Windows)?

Is Apple Mail stationery compatible with Microsoft Outlook (Mac and Windows)? I don't have access to any version of Microsoft Outlook to test it, and I wasn't able to find anything on web regarding ...
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Outlook calendar request shows as plain mail in Apple Mail

When I receive a meeting request from another Outlook client I can see it as a meeting request in my Outlook email program on my PC. I can then enter the calendar reservation automatically. The same ...
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Spaces and some other fonts are changed to rectangles?

I installed Microsoft Office 2011 yesterday on my MBP with Snow Leopard. I already had Microsoft Office 2008 on this device and simply added 2011. Now for some reason, many of my fonts have changed to ...
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Is there a way to remove duplicate emails from a remote account?

I have a user who has multiple duplicated emails across multiple folders on his IMAP account. How he managed to create them is beyond me, but mine is not to reason why, just to fix it! Can anyone ...
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import pst/ost file in os x mail

I've just moved from Windows to OS X. I have lots of emails stored in Outlook pst and ost format. How can I import this mails into the Mac Mail App? The mails should be stored localy on the Mac. I ...
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How to setup mail account on “Mail” application of Mac OS for following criteria [closed]

I am used to access my company's mail account via a web-browser as follows. If I am on windows, I can easily configure my mail account with Microsoft Outlook. say for example, my mail account is ...
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Why doesn't Mail.app properly thread Microsoft Outlook replies?

I use Mail.app 3.6 (on 10.5 Leopard), and I always use plain-text email. Normally, when I receive an email reply from practically anyone, it looks like this (test message sent from Mail.app, replied ...
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I18N-Conflict: Is there a way to make OSX-Mail auto-strip redundant AW: and WG:

Microsoft managed to break their german translation of the mail programs, which results in subject lines like "AW: AW: AW: AW: AW: Question" when a mail is going back-and-forth and noone pays ...