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I have no idea why this problem occurred, but out of desperation I uninstalled GPG4Win, which I had installed a few weeks ago, and the problem is fixed. (I guess their GpgOL plugin for Outlook does something it shouldn't.)

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Your DNS is not configured correctly ( no PTR record ) so the other email server thinks you are a spammer and is refusing to accept the mail. Don't use a local MX; use your ISP's instead.

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Besides having the E mark, the article needs to be older than nnmail-expiry-wait days, which by default is 7, in other words, it has to be older than a week.

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The issue is not with the exchange server itself, it's with the outlook text editor. Anytime an image is modified using the outlook editor, it will get automatically converted into a JPEG once sent. But unaltered pngs that are pasted inline will be preserved, both in sending and receiving emails from outlook. Here's a simple test of emails sent through ...

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If the kind of proxy you are using is HTTP then you are not able to send emails with that. That is because the mail system uses ports other than 80 but the HTTP proxy can only handle port 80 connections. Additionally it is good to know that HTTP proxies are not that secure and anonymouse and can be easily tracked down. Use HTTPS or SOCKS instead.

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It is quite certain that eBay uses a store-and-forward solution, because they will want their own copy of the correspondence for dispute resolution. You can in fact achieve what you want on a very small scale within Gmail using Rules, but the user names would be hard-coded into the rules, so it would be proof-of-concept only. Depending on which mail server ...

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Save the publisher file to PDF. Zoom in on the PDF and use the take a snapshot feature. Drag your cursor over the whole PDF before letting go. When the image is captured, paste it into the publisher file. Now you have one solid "picture" to send that will not break up.

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I use an IMAP application which fetches old messages from the server, copies the messages to a local filesystem, and writes the message metadata to a Mysql database. Then the messages are deleted from the user's mailbox. Users use their HTML browser to search the metadata when they want to restore one or more messages. Messages are re-inserted in the ...

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Create a ninth wrapper macro that calls each of the 8 macros in turn, and assign that wrapper macro to the control button.

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Do you want the text to appear in the email as multiple paragraphs or simply appear in the code as separate lines? For the former: eply.Body = "Dear Client," & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & " We thank you for consulting our firm regarding your legal issue." & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & " Unfortunately, ..." In other words, you need 2 ...

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Try using vbNewLine and _ like so: Reply.Body = "Dear Person" & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & _ "Line1" & vbNewLine & _ "Line2" & vbNewLine & _ "Line3" & vbNewLine & vbNewLine & _ "Sincerely," & vbNewLine & _ "Me" vbNewLine represents a newline character _ tells VBA that the current statement isn't finished.

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I haven't used VBA in Ms Outlook or much of VBA at all but if there is a line length limit, you could define separate variables and concatenate them e.g. a="asdf" b="qwert" c= a & vbNewLine & b So, you know how to concatenate strings, as you already have, but you could just also, use separate variables

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Microsoft is not going to fix this one, so I see three options: Wait for Office 2016 and hope they fix it. Switch all your email accounts to Exchange and then Outlook will work just great. Abandon Outlook 2013 and use the built-in Mail application that comes with Windows 8.1. The built-in application is raw, but it does the job. I beat myself up for a ...

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You have to manually remove that TO list manually when you reply to the e-mail. Or you can set your Outlook to not include the reply: In Outlook 2013, File > Options > Mail > When replying to a message: "Do not include the original message"

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I'm not sure there's an automated way or an Outlook setting that can accomplish this, but if you're replying-all to a message and just want the reply to go to everyone in the To: list but not the CC: list, you can just delete all the entries in the CC list. Just click in front of the first name, hit CTRL-End (or CTRL-Shift-End), then Delete.

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Outlook doesn't know anything about the recipient's email client, and the receiving email client doesn't create the winmail.dat file. That Microsoft link is poorly worded, making it a bit confusing. The wording really means: If the message contains formatting other than plain text content and/or has attachments, Winmail.dat will be automatically added ...

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Outlook does not know if the recipient can accept Outlook Rich Text format. This Rich Text is not to be confused with Rich Text Format (.RTF), that you can save Word documents into. If the recipient's e-mail client can not process the Outlook Rich Text, it gets attached as a WinMail.dat attachment. For best result, use Plain Text and HTML only. Outlook ...

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A friend of mine created this website specifically for this reason: https://pwshare.com For me and my friends in the hosting world, a great tool to quickly send passwords to clients. From the about page: https://pwshare.com/about PWShare uses a public/private key encryption specification known as RSA. When the client wants to send a password, a public key ...

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The practical problem is striking a balance between good experience for cooperating receiving party yet not being entirely broken for non-cooperating parties. Remember that emails may be retained for many years, read via multiple programs, and forwarded to other people. Currently I believe TeX for Gmail does this best — notably it lets you to render plain ...

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Looks like you have some external contact database connected to Thunderbird like Google contacts or Exchange. In that case it depends on the used plugin if deletion of contacts from such list is implemented. Try to go to the origin of the contact database and remove members from there.

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The reason it is often advised to delete spam emails without opening them is to limit the feedback provided to the spammers. Ideally we want it to be impossible for the spammers to tell the difference between an email that was caught by a spam filter and an email that got past the spam filter but was recognized as spam by the user. If the spammers can tell ...

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The risk in replying to domain registration emails comes from edge risks from social engineering hijacking and not actually being “infected.” Here—in item number 5 in the list—is a recommendation not to reply to anonymous emails because of the possibility of being infected. Looking at item number 5 on the page you are linking to shows that none of ...

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Here's a faster way: In the same Mail Account Setup window, set both Port fields as auto.

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I used to use folders and flags as a means of dealing with this... In reality, what it sounds like you're trying to implement/want are read receipts. Basically, an indication that the email in question was read by someone down the line. The only problem is that only some mail clients/servers play nicely with it. ...

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Here is a way to get decent information about the person who's sent an e-mail to someone in Gmail account. Open the message you want to view the headers of. Click the down arrow next to the "Reply" link. Select "Show Original" to open a new window with the full headers Copy the Header data and paste it in this website, then click on "get source" button ...

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By looking at the email headers you can find out something about the source of the email, but not necessarily enough to identify who sent it. Ignore the 'From:' field which is trivially easy to fake, and look at the 'Received:' headers. For more information see this earlier question on SuperUser and especially the answer by kwe. These may give you some ...

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EDIT: The following requires Outlook Web Access (OWA). Very late response I know, this is for anyone Googling from here on. I believe that DavMail is what you want. http://davmail.sourceforge.net/ Ever wanted to get rid of Outlook ? DavMail is a POP/IMAP/SMTP/Caldav/Carddav/LDAP exchange gateway allowing users to use any mail/calendar client (e.g. ...

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You can use a browser extension. I personally use "mailto:" by Famlam under Safari: https://code.google.com/p/mailto-chromeextension/ Chrome version here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/gppbppehiogfokmpligejhaepeopajdf Firefox shouldn't require a browser extension, try the following steps: Click the menu button and choose Preferences. Select ...

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This turned out to be a caching issue. Outlook behaved correctly after switching profile from cached to non-cached.

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To search for a singular WORD or TEXT STRING among the contents of a specific email in MS Outlook 2010: Open the email On the ribbon menu at the top of the email you will find an icon that looks like a little pair of binoculars with the word "Find" just to the right of it. Click that "Find" icon and a small, wonderfully useful window entitled "Find and ...

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Source Markdown Here 2.11.4 Markdown Here lets you write email in Markdown and render it (make it pretty!) before sending. This is great for anyone who doesn't like fiddling around with formatting buttons while writing an email. It's especially good for programmers who write email with code in them -- it even supports syntax highlighting. ...

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Have you tried Windows Desktop Search? It's free and surprisingly not bloated for a Microsoft product.

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Google allows you to send email from different addresses. This requires a mail server somewhere though. You can forward your work email to a Gmail account, and then send email from Gmail using your work account. You can read up more about this here. If you don't have a primary mail server, you can use Google Apps for Business. The basic plan starts at $5 ... 1 Just sending the MX records wouldn't do much. The mail servers don't know that they should accept mail for that domain, much less deliver that mail to some specific inbox – they need to be configured first. Gmail on your own domain is called "Google Apps", which you can sign up for at$5/month if you only need one user account. (There used to be a ...

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Microsoft decided Outlook Rich Text was going to work that way. Attachments only go into Attached field if you use Plain Text or HTML.

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I got this fixed. The answer for me was in that link that we all received. I thought I followed it and probably did but not with the secondary account that I wanted to add. So this is what I did: Logout of your primary gmail account. Login to the secondary gmail account (the one you wanted to add). Go to ...

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Try to delete your appointment from this screen: View -> Current View -> All Appointments This is the only solution that worked for me.

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However, an RFC spec specifies that IF starttls fails it should send unencrypted.. Thus, if you don't want unecnrypted mail to be sent, then you are definintely better off using enforced tls. When downgrade attacks are not possible and/or specified that starttls should not send unencrypted, then fine.. it equals what you refer to as ssl/tls above. Until ...

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Use Penango, Secure Webmail, with GMail. Firefox and Explorer supported. Use with Chrome is currently under development. Go to download. You can also try End-To-End for Google Chrome. It's in github.

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You can do that. Use your ec2 instance as the MX server and disable local delivery on that. Set your domain as relay_domain and set a custom transport to your server behind router, running on port other than 25.

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You can turn off spell checking for specific sections of text, such as code. These instructions are for Outlook 2013. Select the text for which you want spell checking turned off Display the Review tab of the ribbon Click on Language then Set Proofing Language The Language dialog box pops up Select Do not check spelling or grammar Click on OK This ...

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There is a solution that seems tu do exactly whjat you want: the cyrus IMAP server together with its sieve implementation. Sieve basically is a server-sided domain-specific scripting language, that allows you to create elaborate rules for finding a target folder for an email. Its intended use is to auto-sort e.g. mailing list mails into their respective ...

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The condition you want to change isn't on the conditions page. It's on the actions page. Click Next and look near the bottom of the list.

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The problem you're running into is that a Group is basically an alias for a collection of email address and contact objects; not a standalone object, and not just a list of strings containing email addresses. So when you reference group, you're actually referencing all member objects in it. Similar to when you send to a group, it doesn't send it to the ...

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As it turns out, the line smtp unix - - n - - smtp which I commented out because I got duplicate warnings from postmap is required. I just put it back in there and it started working.

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There are two settings in Thunderbirds advanced settings (Tools > Options > Advanced > General > Config Editor) that might help this situation: layers.acceleration.disabled = true (defaults to false, this one solved my problem) gfx.direct2d.disabled = true (defaults to false)

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Wrap the /m argument in quotes, and use semicolons (;) to separate the names. i.e.: outlook.exe /c ipm.note /m "name1@email.com;name2@email.com;name3@email.com&subject=Daily%20Log"

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