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You can use 'task scheduler' in the operating system. Create a trigger. This can be time based and has options for last day of the month. Create an action. The option to send an email is available. You will use your smtp server as the outbound server, this could be the IP address of your internal exchange server if you have one and your administrator ...


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You've supplied one possible explanation. Here's another. Think about this problem in terms of frequency/stochastic/Bayesian analysis. How many opportunities are there to vary a street address? Not too many. Part of the way SPAM filters work are by counting the total number of instances of particular groups of letters, numbers, words, paragraphs, etc... If ...


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You want to do something against the concept of mail merge. Spot the errors, correct the excel file and re-generate after every 10 minutes you do this.


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Use /File/Add mailbox/MH... and store them in the new MH mailbox.


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A late answer for sure, but what you need to do is open the folder properties and click 'discard folder cache'


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Go to the account preferences and make sure that 'filter messages on receiving' is checked


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A partial answer is available here, where it describes an Exchange security feature called the Header Firewall. The header firewall removes sensitive x-headers from messages and prevents abuse. The article describes how they are configured, but stops short of listing all the headers, the meanings of the rights, or the relationship to the checkboxes. ...


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This is because you are working online. If you enable caching mode, outlook will create an .OST file with all emails in it. Outlook can then index your email, and because of the index, it knows when an email is not the latest email and thus can give you this notification.


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This is not possible. Conversation can be sorted by the other columns in your current view, but number of e-mails in a conversation is not one of them. This value is not fixed as it can change based on whether you bring in e-mails from other folders that are part of the conversation.


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Is there any point? I think that depends on the use case. If you want to ensure confidentiality and integrity of the message, then you should encrypt and sign. For example, let say you are having some emails discussion and you want to prevent someone from changing your message and claiming you said something you did not, signing it would help in this case. ...


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If the corrupted computer can still load, but not allow one to logon, then you may be able to use a rescue disk/usb drive to boot and then access the files directly. On a Window system, you have a password and profile, but this actually does not protect the files natively at the disk level. If you are using full disk encryption, then a recovery disc may ...


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The 2.8.1 version of the Thunderbird Conversations extension claims to have the ability to collapse signatures by default.


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This worked for me with Outlook 2010. 1) In the left hand navigation pane, click on (highlight) the .pst file where the "missing" emails should be showing. Or, if the emails are just "missing" from a folder or subfolder, click on that folder or subfolder. 2) Click on the "View" tab on the top of the Outlook window. 3) On the far left side of the ...


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I am just transfering a Linux user onto a new Windows 8.1 computer and this user was using Claws under Linux and of course wants to continue using Claws under Windows. My problem is where to copy the Linux file to under Windows, a slightly different problem to yours, BUT we both need that same info :-) So where are the files under Windows ? Hidden of ...


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You can create a rule to forward to a bcc'ed distribution list. Edit 2015 02 23 While the above is technically true. It is not as simple as I thought. There is no bcc option in the dialog box for addresses when forwarding by rule. My version is 2010. You can set a bcc in a rule with a run a script option rather than using the dialog box. Option Explicit ...


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Use an extension for that. If you're interested only in sending from the right address you can use Identity Chooser. Or you can look at different solutions, maybe one of them fits your needs better. Some of them even give warnings in some cases (like Correct Identity), but not in necessarily in the case you described, and you may also need to do some ...


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First thing: please note that online accounts are NOT cure-all. Please consider whether you really need to put 40000 messages online, synchronizing them on every "Send/Receive" command. These years sometimes give feeling there are no limits in technology. Fast internet lines, huge storages etc. But it is not true and we are not there yet. Please see what ...


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You can use the Items.ItemAdd event How to process incoming messages in Microsoft Outlook The code goes in the built-in ThisOutlookSession module. You monitor each folder separately! Declare an Items collection object for each folder WithEvents Instantiate each Items collection object in the Application_Startup event handler Add an ItemAdd event ...


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One of the methods described here should work. Configuring message rules for a shared mailbox With Outlook 2010 this works for me: Separate mail profile If you want to manage the rules for the shared mailbox in Outlook but are still using Outlook 2007 or previous, then you have to use the Mail applet in Control Panel to create an additional mail profile. ...


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As it seems to me that you are using gmail, I think IFTTT is a great solution. I'll explain why: IFTTT is a free web service that enables you to make automatic tasks in a wide group of applications as gmail, twitter, etc. You only have to create an user on IFTTT and link your gmail acount to that user, so IFTTT can check the email. The great advantage of ...


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I do this in Outlook 2007, I would imagine its the same in 2010. Select the meeting invite Click "Reply" or hit CTRL+R Change the recipient to whoever you like and send.


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You can use Clean Up Conversation feature in Outlook 2013 to clean up the entire conversation. The feature will take multiple e-mails and condense them into a single e-mail. For the Clean Up Conversation to work, the e-mails can not be forwarded, responded to with different e-mail addresses (e-mails removed, e-mails added, etc). You can then File > Save As > ...


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Unless you want to use Garrulinae's VBA solution, you can't do this from Outlook. Outlook will process the display name based on how the e-mail you receive is formed. When you reply to the e-mail, the details from your Contacts entry will be used in the reply.


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Windows (95 OS2? 98? Me?) added a "zip folders" feature that as far as I know remains to this day. It lets you look inside zip archives as if they were folders, so to the USER they appear as if they are just normal files. This was the original purpose. Unfortunately, users like to click on things inside normal folders, because they can see them. When they ...


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The feature request seems to date from 2000, so I don't think it's being taken at all seriously. This feature would be at its most useful for the OP's use case as described: when a reply to a message has been written with an MUA which does not preserve the data needed for threading (eg In-Reply-To and References). If you could drag and drop such messages ...


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VBA is probably your only option to accomplish this. A solution using VBA: Copy this simple VBA procedure into an Outlook VBA project : Sub ChangeSenderName(itm As MailItem) itm.SentOnBehalfOfName = "Joe TextsTooMuch" itm.Save End Sub Now create an Outlook rule that checks for incoming emails from 0123456789@mms.att.net. I suggest using the ...


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The private key for your email is needed for signing the message (authenticity of the sender), so the receiver can check if the message is really from you. So disable signing the message, then the private key is not needed. In Enigmail this can be done by clicking the icons on the lower right bottom of the compose-window, or in the Enigmail-menu in the menu ...


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I believe what you're looking for is mail merge. Go to https://encrypted.google.com/ and enter your email program and/or service plus mail merge. For example, enter "how to mail merge" and you will get a variety of suggestions. If you use Gmail enter "Gmail mail merge" and you will get options for that. If you use the CHROME browser with Gmail, try ...


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Do you have maybe any spare server? If you able to rebuild your old domain and also Exchange server in the same environment. Then you can get the old forest server and export the mailboxes which you need to .pst, then import the file to your actual forest. I am not a pro, so if the method below does not help or if you unable to do this, then try to find any ...


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You could set up a mail server that acted as a relay. Since you would control the relay software, you could use any mail server software that allowed you to strip/anonymize connection info.


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Had the same problem, this is how I solved the problem. Add the email account without SSL, make sure to select normal password, and select NO SECURITY. Then go to account settings, and change it to the SSL settings. The security certificate will then show up, and that will allow you to connect.


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The size limit is not set by the IMAP or POP protocols but by the individual SMTP servers. And the limit is variable from server to server (you don't even have to specify a limit at all).


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TorBirdy is a plugin for Thunderbird. It tries to anonymize your connection and deletes or changes several informations.


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I had the same issue. It was caused by emails being ignored. See if the mails show up again after you check View -> Threads -> Ignore Threads.


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I tried a workaround: go in offline mode and stay offline during this whole process until you are done create a filter that replies to all emails and run it delete all those mails from your out box before you send any make sure there are no more mails in your outbox before you go online again Thought, this could move all contacts into your collected ...


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The IP information is added by the mail server. There is nothing you can do to stop this at the client end when sending your email if you are using a reputable mail server. Once upon a time, mail servers were very trusting and often misconfigured and you could get away with things to a greater extent. Thanks to spammers and the risk of mail servers being put ...


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Both clients were misconfigured. Gnus had a ~/.gnus file that caused each email to be truncated to its headers prior to sending (misplaced ad-do-it in a defadvice), and mutt was not able to send mail at all.


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If you turn off Cached Exchange Mode, the search will occur on the server side and give you the result after a little bit of "thinking". In order to use Cached Exchange Mode, you also need to have Windows Search turned on. You can check Control Panel > Indexing Options and if you see Microsoft Outlook is listed there. If it is not there, then your Outlook ...


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According to RFC 821 e-mail client should send its domain name in the Helo/EHLO command. So the answer is yes, Thunderbird sends out the IP in e-mail headers. But this behaviour is reversible, just create mail.smtpserver.default.hello_argument parameter with a example.com string value via Thinderbird's Config Editor (Preferences > Advanced > General). You ...


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Some mail providers, such as Hushmail, strip all IP information from mail before forwarding along. But this is, in general, only a service provided by secure or anonymous email services, not something you can make your existing provider do. Because the IP addresses in the "Received" headers are stamped on by the mail servers, it's not possible for clients ...


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After a lot of investigation we found that there were some line feeds in the text file being attached that were not proceeded by carriage returns (i.e. \n instead of \r\n). Removing these stand-alone line feeds resolved the issue. Should it be of use to others, here's the script to remove invalid characters in a file: File: RemoveInvalidLineBreaks.ps1 if ...


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If it is an embedded image, then the image will be attached to the e-mail: the image link will reference this and there will be no tracking when it is displayed, because no external site is involved. Although tracking is not involved in the display of the image, if there is an associated link for clicking on an image, there may well be tracking information ...


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I believe that user Jess Stone's answer does not directly apply to Windows 8, accordant with this: As per the issue description you are unable to view the desktop alert options in the desktop alert window on Windows 8 operating system. If Outlook 2013 is running on Windows 8 the mail alert becomes a standard Windows 8 notification. This is by ...


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DNS entries has nothing to do with ports. They are simply a registry for domain names to IP address translation. When you ssh into a server say domain.com then first DNS lookup for domain.com is done. The IP returned is then used by you ssh client to connect to the server. SSH client knows that your server's SSH works on port 22 so it tries to connects to ...


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I think I found the cause. I ran Tb from a Terminal one day and watched it. Just when warping happened, there appeared two new entries like this in the Terminal: 1423554445542 addons.update-checker WARN HTTP Request failed for an unknown reason ...which would explain the same warping happening on the add-ons screen, sort of (it makes more sense ...


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The name suggests that it is some form of email mailbox. If the hosting provider that you use for your web site also handles email for you, they may simply be suggesting you clean out your mailbox.


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Both the cat and the tee are useless; the tee doubly so, and the reason for (what you perceive as) the script freezing. It requires a file name argument, as the file to copy its input to, and a stream of text or data on standard input, which of course it's not receiving, so it sits there. Additionally, you should generally quote your variables. The SENDER ...


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View permission should not work like this. Check whether they are delegates.


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I found following post: http://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-delete-and-manage-old-messages-in-os-x-mail/ So you have to add the rule condition: Every message.


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In Outlook 2013, you can set up a Quick Step to apply a category AND move the message to the folder simultaneously. On the home ribbon click on quick steps then new quick step then custom In the dialog that appears Rename the quick step under the action select Categorize Message then choose category click add action choose ...



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