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Changing the encoding to UTF-8 should solve the issue. How to prevent Outlook 2010 and 2013 from adding line breaks to sent plain text messages When you send a plain text message, by default, Outlook will wrap text and insert line breaks at 76 characters. This might break your formatted paragraphs and URL links. There is a solution which ...


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Click one more time on the expand triangle to open the entire conversation, select the message with attachment and open it as usual.


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I would start by checking that you have the correct IMAP settings and that IMAP is enabled on your GMail account. Correct IMap Settings: Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server: imap.gmail.com Use Authentication: Yes Port: 993 (SSL) Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.gmail.com Use Authentication: Yes Port: 465 (SSL) If you're still having connectivity ...


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Yes! it is possible. Do the following: Open your Outlook and go to Sent Items folder → Under the Message tab, navigate to Show tab and click on Tracking. For more info about this, click here: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Get-delivery-and-read-receipt-confirmations-b4abad96-398d-4ba3-9fed-bfb988642d75#bm3


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In addition to kyze's answer you could use the notes- url syntax. If the notes- client is properly installed, then it will react to urls that are in the format: notes://Servername/dbname.nsf?Open or (if the database is in a subdirectory of the data directory notes://Servername/subdirectory/dbname.nsf?Open If you want to access a local database, then ...


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It is possible to start notes, and open a database via a shortcut. So if you are able to launch an .exe via macros/the outlook tile, this could be achieved. Note: this will obviously start a notes-client, opening a notes-database in the outlook client natively is not possible. Setting a database to launch using the Notes icon properties This ...


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I found a solution for this.I did compact now and then everything was alright. That update bar is no longer stuck.



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