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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 ...


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If you wanted to create recurring email in outlook follow the steps give below as mentioned in the microsoft article. Open Tasks folder, where you have the custom reminder form. On the Actions menu, click New Reminder. This will open a new task based on your custom form Type a subject for your reminder task. In Due Date, click to select a due date from the ...


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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.


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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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Start filling out an email and save it as a template (.oft) then pin the template to the task bar. Now when you want to reply and use a certain response right click on outlook ( on the taskbar ) and select the template you want to use.


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Want to know who else is invited? It may be considered rude to ask, but with Outlook you can look for yourself and no one will be the wiser. Open the meeting request and click the Scheduling tab. You'll see a list of all of the other people who were invited to the meeting. Note, however, that only the meeting organizer knows who is coming for sure. Why? ...


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"Can someone elaborate on what's going on here? How does Outlook determine that there are extra line breaks?" By default, the Auto Remove Line Breaks feature in Outlook is enabled. This causes the line breaks to be removed. Any two or more successive line breaks are not removed. Source: Line breaks are removed in posts made in plain text format in ...


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There is no way in Outlook 2010 to change the color theme to the value other than Blue, Silver or Black: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Change-the-Outlook-2010-color-scheme-66d5723d-6a0d-4579-838a-e2ce76634d1a


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No. PGP and S/MIME are completely independend crypto systems. While both use certificates that carry similar parameters for RSA or such, trying to "convert" from one to another still makes as little sense as trying to convert a piano to a guitar just because both use strings. So, even if you manage to create an X.509 certificate for S/MIME containing the ...


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Right-click on the search folder and select "Customize This Search Folder". Click the "Criteria" button and open the "Advanced" tab. On this tab, click the "Field" drop-down and select "All Mail Fields -> Categories". Set "doesn't contain" as a "Condition" and type the name of the category you want to exclude. Add as many exclusions as you want.


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I just resolved an issue like this today. The version is different, but basically in the Arrange By header, it said "date" but when I checked deeper, it was actually sorting by date modified, not date received. I right clicked the header, selected "Custom" and then changed the Sort option from Modified to Received. Maybe your issue is similar


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As an avenue of investigation, I would suggest the following: If your laptop is powered up when you arrive at the office, try re-booting to ensure that all of the connection processes are re-initialized. Try disabling add-ins, as some of them might be causing the start-up process to time out or fail to complete. In my own experience, the Norton Security ...


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I also ran into this problem using Outlook 2010. If a user has a pst file and it was originally created in Outlook 2002 or older file type [ANSI instead of UNICODE], you can get this message. The only way I know to fix this situation [other than have more than one profile] is to create a new empty pst file with the Outlook 2007 or newer file format. Then ...


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To accomplish the title of your post you are looking for Now with some date manipulation. Sub STUFF() Dim msg As Outlook.MailItem Set msg = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem) msg.To = "mcameron@firstair.ca" msg.CC = "jgencher@firstair.ca" msg.Subject = "STUFF STUFF STUFF" & Now msg.Body = "PERSON, STUFF STUFF STUFF" & Now ...


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The Outlook Social connector (Free with Outlook 2010/2013) will do what you are asking for. It scans your contacts and makes updates based on information in the GAL. If you want to do this for many hundreds of users, consider a third party solution: http://blog.itrezzo.com/2014/02/how-to-sync-gal-to-iphone-Android.html


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I have seen 2 other solutions. Save the template in your Drafts folder, then "Forward" from there. Save the template to your Desktop (or somewhere in the file system) and double click it. Personally I set up some macros, like niton explains, and customized the ribbon. At the moment however, I am up against macro security, and SelfCert.exe not working ...


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Another way of getting rid of the icon is to fully open an email - any email - in a new window (not just in the preview pane) by double-clicking it.


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I found that you have to change advanced properties of the file (.pst or .ost) to allow to index all contents of the file. So just remove the Microsoft Outlook from indexing, then change the properties, then add the Outlook to the indexing.



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