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I had the same problem. I already had Outlook set up, and I was trying to import EML files that I had exported from Mozilla (Thunderbird/Seamonkey). On none of the pages I have been reading to do this operation does it say where it puts the files! Unreal. It turns out it puts the exported folders directly in the default Outlook PST file. I thought it would ...


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I tried the response from Vaibhav but it didn't work straight away. I resolved my issue with the following code. $saveto = "listmembers.txt" Get-DistributionGroup $_.Alias | sort Name | Foreach-Object { "`r`n$($_.DisplayName)`r`n=============" | Add-Content $saveto Get-DistributionGroupMember $_.Alias | sort Name | Foreach-Object { ...


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I don't know which Outlook Version you are using but the following steps should work: Go to your Google Calender Page --> Settings --> Calender --> On the right of the calender you want in Outlook, you can set the public options Configure your public options Copy the URL provided Open the Outlook Calender On the left side --> My Calenders Right Click --> ...


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Yes, this is possible. You do need Office 2010 or higher, auto-discover and a domain policy. The user will still get a screen to setup the account, but the fields should be filled in and only need to press continue. If auto-discover is failing however, it will default back to making the user fill in the stuff themselves. So keep in mind, that ...



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