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I have a similar issue. Until a week ago, I could see emails I had saved in my Yahoo personal folders (after Yahoo upgraded) on my Windows 7 laptop dating back to more than a year. Unbeknownst to me, M.S. upgraded my desktop Windows 7 to Windows 10 a few days ago. Almost immediately, I saw that a lot (not all) of my Yahoo personal folders only had emails ...


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If this is a true copy and paste, You spelled select wrong. Its select not SELCET DOH!!! (Been there done that)


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Ping Mail (with GUI) that send emails to a specified email address every few seconds (minutes, hours).


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There were some issue with debian and sending e-mail from sf. I don't remember what was that , but solution for me was to spool emails, and send it from command line (cron) http://symfony.com/doc/current/cookbook/email/spool.html


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Non-ASCII characters are not permitted in MIME headers. While X-header fields were explicitly protected from being standardised, they must conform to the general MIME header standards. RFC822 (section 3.1.1) defines the header fields as: Each header field can be viewed as a single, logical line of ASCII characters, comprising a field-name and a ...


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There are no "export/import" options because you usually don't need any – IMAP allows doing the same directly: Add the new IMAP account to Claws. (If you don't have an account on the new server yet, use File → Add Mailbox → MH to create a local folder tree, typically at ~/Mail/.) Drag and drop all your IMAP folders to the new account. This will move the ...


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IMAP syncs email instead of downloading. If you want to secure the email backup before moving to the new provider, configure your email client with POP and download all emails then move to new hosting provider.


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You may not have knowingly sent spam, but perhaps one of the computers is infected with a virus, trojan, or malware that is sending out spam without your permission. You should give Malware Bytes (Free Home version) a try: From https://mail.live.com/mail/troubleshooting.aspx#errors: 550 SC-004 Mail rejected by Outlook.com for policy reasons. A block has ...


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There are two main types of email accounts: POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3) moves email from the server to the client (e.g. a PC or phone), then deleting the mail on the server (although G-Mail keeps a copy in a a folder, "All Mail", which can be deleted separately). IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) copies the message to the client, but does not ...


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Copy and paste the code and name the script someone else (the part after Public Sub) Edit the folder location attachment needs to be saved in Save VBA code. When using the Rules Wizard, select the new name.


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Figured it out. Have to change your plain text font to a monospaced font such as Courier New. Described here: File, Options, Mail, Stationery and Fonts Set "Composing and reading plain text messages" font to Courier New. More info here.


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File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Email Security > Read all Standard Mail in Plain Text


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Short answer: No, if your message is S/MIME signed you cannot add a footer without invalidating the signature. Long answer: While an added footer would invalidate the message, it is possible to work around this in a few ways. Fallback Rules to encapsulate the signed message as an attachment with a footer. I'm not sure this is smart enough to ...


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You have to fool Facebook into thinking that your image link is coming from another web site and not from Outlook. <a href="http://tinyurl.com/mwgg20160524"><img src="http://i.imgur.com/ccmJU46.jpg"></a> The example above is a TinyUrl that goes to the public Facebook company page. When you click on a link from Outlook, Facebook security ...


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In Outlook 2013, you can go to: File > Account Settings > Account Settings... Select your e-mail box Click on Change Make sure Use Cached Exchange Mode is checked on Drag the slider all the way to the left to 1 month


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For sake of the completeness, I am posting here the full "ugly-but-it-works" solution (with the amends that, in its final form, it sends emails to more people, as well as provides an attachment): cd "$(dirname "$0")" working_dir=$(pwd) # switching to the folder this script has been started from cvs_domain=mail.org cvs_mail_server=mail.${cvs_domain} ...


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The post you link to does indeed state that folded headers are handled correctly, but this recipe is examining the body, not a header. It is a misfeature of Procmail that it doesn't recognize MIME structures correctly; this would be an important addition to a modern mail filter; but alas, Procmail development ceased already in the early 2000s (and already ...


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It is not a standard feature of squirrelmail but there are plugins available. You should be able to follow this schools directions and see if the options are there. If you're lucky, you actually go to that school (in terms of email forwarding at least). Otherwise contact the mail administrator at your school.


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Sounds like the profile is corrupt for the user. Log in as domain administrator or local administrator on that PC. Go to c:\user\ and rename the user account to add a _old at the end. Go to Start Menu > type in regedit and load the Windows registry, go to this area of the registry hive: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows ...


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Attached picture details the kind of problem I'm routinely dealing with. One email has all the categories I assigned, a newly arrived one has none. Clicking on 'Categorize' gives what the forefront square picture shows : eg one email is categorized 'coupon' the other one is not (hence the aspect of the box next to the category : not checked but not blank ...


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A tunnel or VPN between the two can be useful but is not necessary – you can just use standard SMTP relay mechanisms. On the remote server, set up a TLS certificate and enable STARTTLS. Configure it to permit relaying for authenticated clients – you could use either regular username/password authentication, or TLS "client certificate" auth, depending on ...


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What fails according to the log is the password_query issued by dovecot. From the tutorial at https://workaround.org/ispmail/wheezy/setting-up-dovecot the query pasted verbatim is: password_query = SELECT email as user, password FROM virtual_users WHERE email=’%u’; The quotes around %u are Unicode fancy quotes as opposed to normal ASCII quotes. That's ...


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When you need to script an interactive command-line tool, the typical solution is to use expect(1).


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In Outlook 2013 it's a little convoluted. First, export the new certificate from the email. You do this by clicking on the certificate icon, click on Details, highlight bottom security layer and click View Details, click on View Certificate, change to the Details tab and click on Copy to File. You can then run through the Export Certificate wizard. Once ...


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For Outlook 2013: go to Categorize dropdown in the Ribbon and select All Categories. Select your category In the Shortcut Key dropdown on the right, select one of the pre-defined shortcut key Not sure if this is available in earlier versions of Outlook.


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Both variants are possible. Sadly this entirely depends on the SMTP client (your email provider and the technology they use). It might attempt to deliver the message to both accounts separately or together. In the second case it might abort after the failure in SMTP RCPT TO: command or it may ignore it.


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I ran into this same issue, as I also preferred to use the longer key length of 2048 bits on Namecheap, but couldn't due to Namecheap's field length limitation for TXT records. I checked Google Apps today (May 16th 2016) and now I see an option for a shorter key length, 1024 bits, which seems to fit into the shorter Namecheap field length for TXT records.


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Those emails are likely coming from MTAs with an ill configured/managed DNS that have TTL problem regrading your client's MX. We may want to work with your client to filter out the legit ones and contact with corresponding parties.


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Your address was set as a BCC (Blind Carbon Copy).


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All the notifications in Widows 10 are shown in action centre only (even for old win32 apps). If there is no notification there that means that chrome is not showing desktop notifications. Make sure Google chrome is allowed to run in background. Go to Google chrome settings page. Make sure you have checked the option to allow Google chrome apps to run ...


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I saw that you got some answers but not a clear working answer. What worked for me was to set the cron this way: */5 * * * * /fullpath/cron.sh | ( body="$(cat)"; if [[ -n $body ]]; then echo "$body" | mail -s "Cron script output" me@example.com; fi) this captures the output and sends it to mail without it I get an empty email even when running in a script. ...


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You may use free DNS (sub) domain. I may recommend it for "initial tests". I do not recommend it as a long term solution for any serious email system.


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Recently I've split the location of mutt and Zimbra, and found out there was a certificate problem during email delivery. mutt is awaiting confirmation to accept or reject a certificate, and if it runs without interactivity, it automatically rejects the certificate. [this is my assumption of the behavior] Here is an updated .muttrc: set from="IP Address ...


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You can enter a tab character from the keyboard by using the number pad with NumLock engaged. The ASCII hexadecimal code for the tab character is "09". Hold down the Alt key and type "09" on the number pad. When you release the Alt key a tab character is generated.


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You can do some manual troubleshooting as follows: You can find out what the server should be for any domain by looking up the "MX records" For example here: http://mxtoolbox.com/ The MX record is what your email server looks for to find out where they should send your email. You can then initiate a manual connection to the server listed in the MX record ...


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What are the current risk of mails with .eml attachments ? Risks described in this post are still the risks with mails with .eml attachments because of old IFrame exploits, MIME exploits and viruses like Nimda In some email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook, .eml files can trigger active scripting that can be used to launch virus activity. ...


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Email troubleshooting can be divided into "sender" and "recipient" issues. Since you are able to send to other people the Sending side is probably working fine. You need to investigate the Recipient side to locate the problem. Looking at the logs is a good step and can tell you where your messages are getting to and where they are not. Normal email flow ...


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There are multiple possible ways. This can be done rather easily on any system that has a program called "telnet", unless some device blocks such connections. (For example, ISPs may prevent you from contacting remote mail servers. This is sometimes seen on "home"/"consumer" Internet connections.) The number of computers that contain the "telnet" program ...


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To grant a user permissions to send on your behalf in Outlook: Click Tools > Options > Delegates. Click Add. Choose the mailbox from the Address Book. If you need the user to have partial access to your mailbox, you can specify the access level on the next screen. If you only need to give Send On Behalf permissions to the user, choose None for each ...


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The Nimda virus is known to create EML files. When EML files are found as an included attachment it is good practice to scan with anti virus before opening.


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I think you are looking for the "Single" view: Click the "View" tab, then click the "Change View" button and select "Single". Here's a screenshot from Outlook 2010 but it's the same in Outlook 2013:


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Gmail supports email formats making possible "status update" via email. See "Update reservation" at "Hotel Reservations"


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As mentioned in the error, your SMTP service provider is the one blocking you. They tell you to resolve the issue and contact them, which you should do. Yes those check for common black lists, they don't ask all SMTP servers if they block an IP. You should start with the obvious. Note that if you move after the first incident like that, you'll probably ...


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If the sender and the reply-to field are different which email gets the bounce back message? Neither. It's the envelope From field – i.e. the SMTP MAIL FROM:<…> command – that defines this. (Though as to how your system chooses which envelope-From address to send... I'm guessing it would, by default, copy it from the "From:" header, but usually ...


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You've configured Thunderbird to use an IMAP server when it needs to send email via SMTP. Open the "Account settings" window, scroll down to "Outgoing Server (SMTP)", and make sure all entries have the right server name and most importantly the right port entered. Most outgoing mail servers use port 587 with STARTTLS; Some older ones use port 465 with ...


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Microsoft Outlook 2013 creates OST file by default. So if you're using Outlook 2013, there would be no PST file. Why don't you read this article https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2752583


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This all depends on the listing policy of a blacklist. Some do it for sure. There's no "accepted methodology", it's all up to the owner of the blacklist to define the listing policy. Some start off with listing individual IP's in a /24 (let's not call it a class C, we stopped using classful routing 20 years ago) and if there are too many problematic hosts ...


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It sounds like you are trying to add an Exchange account to an existing Outlook profile. Instead you should create a new Outlook profile under Start > Control Panel > Mail > Profiles > Add. It sound like your company has Autodiscover enabled externally so just input your email address and then add your work AD credentials.


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I managed to do it for one file, which was really easy in the end. Dropping multiple files still remains a challenge, as Outlook does not allow attaching several files through command line. My "code": "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office15\outlook.exe" /c ipm.note /m "me@mail.de&subject=Files%%20sent&body=See%%20attachements" /a %1 To ...


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There was exactly an add-on like that in thunderbird: You could choose 5-10-20 second delays to send emails and it saved me a thousand times. at some upgrade of thunderbird, it became useless and then developer did not bring up with a new one. i changed computers, now i cannot even see what that add on was. There was an annoying little glitch, but not worth ...



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