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It's a server-side function that's not in the user's control. Discuss changing the retention settings/policies with your Exchange/Office 365 admin. Here's some related info and info on how to set it up (in Exchange 2010):
If you want to be careful, view both calendars at the same time. See if there any events in the calendar you want to delete before deleting. Go to Calendar views in Outlook Right click on the calendar you want to Delete Select Delete Calendar The remaining calendar will be your default going forward. If you unable to delete the Calendar, you can select ...
Method 1 should fix your hidden folder issue. Follow these steps to reset the views: Click on Start ->All Programs. Go to Accessories -> Click on RUN. Type Outlook /cleanviews (leave a space after Outlook) -> Click OK. Method 2: Remove and re-add the e-mail accounts in Outlook. Refer to the following link: ...
Reference Save a message Save a received message as a PDF or XPS file You can’t directly save a message as a PDF file in Outlook 2010. Workaround: However, you can use the information in Save a received message as a Microsoft Word document to save your message in Word, and then save the new document as a PDF file. Note that the above ...
For GMail Users only Just check the radio button next to "Enable POP for All Mail (even if it is already downloaded)" under Gmail --> Settings -- > Forwarding. Do it even if POP is already enabled and then do a send/receive on outlook. It'll work.
With your Outlook as the active window, hit "Esc" key several times. Then try "drag-and-drop" on the mail items. It should work.
To import a .pst into my temporary ost you need to: Firstly Go to File > Open > Import Select 'Import from another program or file'. Click Next. Select 'Outlook Data File (.pst)'. Click Next. Then you need to Follow the remaining steps to import items into your new Exchange account. You can easily get a converter that can import a .pst into my temporary ...
One "solution" is to edit your hosts file to map img.youtube.com to your local IP address (127.0.0.1) so it fails instantly, rather than taking 1 minute to fail to find \img.youtube.com. In my case the emails had an image attempting to load from //feeds.feedburner.com blocking that network location is rather severe though if you run an RSS reader.
I think what that means is that no other rules will be applied to any given email. So every new message will check it self against all the custom rules but once one rule does apply then it will stop trying the remaining rules for that particular email. I don't think it means that no other emails will have the rules run against them.
Solution 1: Copy them from the default calendar Open the first calendar Switch to category view Select holidays category Ctrl C to copy Switch to new calendar Ctrl V to paste Solution 2: Toggle default calendar Set new calendar as the default calendar Add the holidays Set old calendar as the default calendar
Try clicking on the Calendar tab, select View and Change View. Then select List. This appears to show a list of all reminders.
Just found an answer for that if still relevant. Similar to what the person above suggested, but just enter "Unread" for the field name and select "Yes" or "No".
The regular pst file includes your profile. I don't know for sure whether an archive pst does also. You could just open it and see if your settings are there. You don't need to import from a pst file, you just open it. There are several routes. One is File-> Open-> Outlook Data File. It sounds like you know your way around the Outlook menu system, but ...
With POP3 Outlook will delete email from the server after downloading so if the email server has limited space POP3 prevents the mailbox from filling up. Another reason is if you have multiple email accounts, POP3 allows you to see all of the email in one Inbox instead of having to check multiple ones. This is the main reason I use POP3 since I have 8 email ...
Open contacts list from Public Folder contact lists and save as .txt format. It will export name & email in a text file. However, exporting public folder contacts to pst is a preferred option.
Create Task to have recurrence reminders on 10th of every month. Follow the simple steps and screenshot to achieve this. Press Ctrl+Shift+K to open a "New Task" window > Enter the reminder information's such as Subject, Priority and etc. Now, click on 'Recurrence' > select 'Monthly' > enter 10 on the 'Day' field and save it. For more information's, please ...
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