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You're confusing two different digital certificate systems. Certificates are not interchangeable between the two systems. OpenPGP OpenPGP provides a non-hierarchical trust system, which does not require central certificate authorities. It is the more powerful, but also more complex system. Most mail clients do not support it out of the box, and require ...


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There's a freeware program from NirSoft that might help: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/outlook_attachment.html OutlookAttachView scans all messages stored in your Outlook, and displays the list of all attached files that it finds. You can easily select one or more attachments and save all of them into the desired folder, as well as you can delete unwanted ...


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As an alternative. There is also a free Save Attachments utility that can be utilized for that. Just specify *.msg as an "Include attachments" option and destination folder on your disk. One more useful utility here is the Import Messages from MSG Files (also free) that can be utilized to load messages back to Outlook. Please note: I recommend these ...


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Backup and repair your PST file(s). Sudden PC shutdowns, Outlook crashes or software defects can damage PST file structure what is not uncommon problem with Outlook repository. Generally, Outlook has pretty good fault tolerance of damages in PST file and keeps working, making only minor "strange effects" similar to those you reported. There are more ways ...


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Here is why the image is not appearing. OWA doesn't include the ability to insert images into signatures. This is because inserting an image from the local computer won't do much good when you access OWA from another computer and OWA doesn't have the capability to store it online for you. This source has a workaround if you want to get this image ...


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Thanks Charlie your answer put me in the right direction. I uploaded the company logo to tinypic.com, right-clicked > copied the image, then pasted it into the OWA signature. Copying it from a public-available source may have been the answer.


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When you insert a OLE object into your office product (word, excel, outlook, etc) it creates an object and links this to the program ascociated to it. When you are done editing, it creates a screenshot of the content and uses that as an image placeholder. When you open a document/sheet/email that has such embedded file in it, and opening doesn't work, it ...


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When you send emails, make sure they are sent as Rich Text, not HTML (which is the default in Outlook 2010). Rich Text is the only hope you have of saving the full document. This is found in the Format Text tab of the ribbon in a new message window. Sadly, there's no way to recover the original spreadsheet(s) from the emails that have already had the ...


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Regarding meetings: Transfer of meeting ownership (change of organizer) is definitely not supported in Outlook 2010. Source: google-fu (some prominent answer for all, also one from serverfault site). Regarding other calendar items, I was unable to find out because at the moment I don't have someone to try with. I found that every item has an organizer and ...


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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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Reference How to manage .pst files in Microsoft Outlook: How to import .pst file data into Outlook You can use the backup copy of your .pst file to restore your Outlook data if the original .pst file is damaged or lost. Everything that is saved in the .pst file is returned to Outlook. In Outlook 2010: Follow these steps to restore, or ...


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Sounds like the tasks are caches locally instead of updating in exchange. Can you try from your laptop to go to the account settings and on the email tab choose your email account and click change, then under the server section try to untick the used cached exchange mode option and finish, then restart your outlook. This way instead of caching all the data ...


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Add your Jenkins email sender address(es) to the Safe Senders List. Reference Overview of the Junk Email Filter: Junk Email Filter Lists While the Junk Email Filter checks your incoming messages automatically, the Junk Email Filter Lists give you more control over what is considered spam. You can add names, email addresses and domains to these lists so ...


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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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Create a Search Folder "A Search Folder is a virtual folder that provides a view of all email items that match specific search criteria." This is specific to the question. Tip 913: Count the Total Number of Messages Received Today To get the count first there is a search. Right click on the Search folder and choose New Search folder. Choose Custom ...



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