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The term "email server" is vague. E-mail has a lot of moving parts to it. Sendmail is a Mail Transfer/Transport Agent (MTA), a.k.a SMTP server. (There are others, e.g. exim4) Something will open a session with a domain's SMTP server to send a message to another host on that domain. (The domain's SMTP server is found via DNS MX records) Once an SMTP ...


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"4 (of 5) email accounts are @outlook.com, and are listed as 'Exchange ActiveSync', under 'Type'. However, these 4 are all personal accounts on my personal computer. They don't concern any servers or administrators. 1 (of the 5) is my work email, and is listed as 'IMAP/SMTP'." This confirms that your email is using Microsoft Exchange (in the case of ...


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As you mention "HP" in your tags: e-mail printing is a functionality of some of the newer (and not so new) HP printers which allow you to bypass having to set up printing for visitors. So instead of having to support visitors who know nothing abouts CUPS, Drivers, USB cables, WiFi/cable networks and such, you just have to stick a label on the printer ...


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For this, I use http://totalmessage.mozdev.org. Drag a messages to the desired "new" parent message and drop it.


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It is called prefixing the text. The character you are referring to (>) is the greater than symbol. You can use whatever you want. This feature is controlled from mail options under Replies and forwards. To turn it off, change the drop down menu to one without a prefix. In some cases, you may get plain text emails which already have prefixing in the ...


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Yes. First you will need to get a client (like Thunderbird; there are other options as well) and then you will need to connect your client via pop3 or imap (each provider has different instructions for this - see here for a detailed walkthrough - https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/thunderbird-and-hotmail Basically, the process is 1) download the client ...


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Instead of using an email client, you might like to use an IMAP client such as imapsync, imapcopy or some similar tool. This would allow you to copy from hotmail/outlook direct to mbox or maildir formats on Linux. You could of course also do this manually using an email client and drag/drop :(


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Hmmmm. Methinks you're looking at "on-click" (aka change event) style VBA actions. http://dmcritchie.mvps.org/excel/event.htm has some examples, including some related to email. The difficult thing here is, I think, the attach file part and I'm not sure how that might be achieved. There is some discussion of that here - ...


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this is what I use in one of my scripts. Try taking the variables out of the quotes. Send-MailMessage -From $From -To $To -Subject $Subject -SmtpServer $SMTPServer -BodyAsHtml Also, what version of powershell are you running as I think Send-MailMessage is v2 and above. $PSVersionTable.PSVersion


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The Recover deleted messages add-on should be able to retrieve your emails, provided you haven't compacted the folder yet. Another option is Recuva from Piriform which can recover deleted emails. There is a free version available. Note: Before trying any off the above, don't forget to close Thunderbird and perform a backup. At least make a manual backup ...



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