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As mentioned in the list of the keyboard shortcuts in the Outlook Help page: Ctrl+v then Ctrl+SPACE seems a reasonable solution that gives a way to apply the current format of the mail you're writing to the text you paste. An alternative is Ctrl+v then Ctrl+Shift+z which removes any format.


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Based on your pictures it appears that it's shadow/high-lighting being applied to the text in the title bar. Notice in the affected one the title is really long (visible in picture -- "...et UDF M") where as the other is not.


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I have several accounts as well and the no drop down is definitely a pain. It is spotty but sometimes the address pops up when you type the first letter which you can then click on. I did find by accident that if you type the first letter or two and the email address does not pop up automatically, just click on 'sign in', it will obviously be an error and ...


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The best way to solve this in my opinion is to highlight all the "no date" entries and set them to "next week". This way "due today" items will appear first. You may then want to be more specific with entries you genuinely want to be next week to differentiate them. Works for me! Hope this helps anyone still interested!


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If you're in a corporate environment, it will be a Group Policy that is set by the Exchange Email Administrator. Right click on youremail@yourcompany.xyz and select Folder Permissions Then click on Add or Remove Retention Policies You might get sent to Outlook for Web where you can set policies.. or nothing appears which means this is disabled by ...


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When you move an item a new item is created. You need to do the reply on the new item. Sub FileAndReply() 'This subroutine will move the highlighted email to a user selected folder 'and generate a reply that will be saved in the same folder. 'PROBABLY: Must have Save copy of messages in Sent folder set. 'MAYBE: Must have When replying to a message that is ...


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You just control-drag it to the calendar you want to duplicate it in on the left side. Your WebEx at Tue, Apr 26 9AM will now be copied to the green shared calendar. You should see a duplicate entry in your overlay -- the original and now a green version indicating it is being pulled from the 7623 Dial-In calendar.


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Think of Categories as tags that you can apply to a Calendar item. Open the recurring event/meeting. It'll ask you Just this one or the Entire series. Pick Just this one. Delete event/meeting. Create a new event/meeting and Categorize/color that one separately. Tags are applied globally for recurring events/meetings which means the associated color is ...


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You can right-click on a Calendar item and use Categories instead to apply color to calendar items. The color should apply to anyone else that has access to the Shared calendar. One category will apply the specific color, but two or more categories will not. The Categories behave like tags so if one of your colleagues chooses a different category, the ...


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The issue was because of Kaspersky Internet Security 2016. I think it's a bug. Solution 1 Turn off Anti-Spam Solution 2 Go to advanced settings of mail anti-virus > connectivity Disable scan POP3, SMTP, NNTP, and IMAP traffic After turning off these settings Outlook worked correctly. Keep in mind that these two solutions may lessen the effectiveness ...


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It can't be done in Outlook only. You need the additional configuration on the Exchange side. You need to either create new users or create Exchange contacts and grant "Send As" permission for required users. After that you'll be able to select user mailbox / contacs as "From" in Outlook and send emails successfully.


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There is a bug in the mail applet where it sometimes opens an old Outlook profile. Open regedit and browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles and delete any profiles that should not be there. Then restart Outlook.


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If we are talking about the kind of mailing lists where you send a mail to a a mailing list server and the software resends the mail to all recipients: There is a mail header line that tells your mail server (Exchange) that it should not send an out-of-office mail. The mailing list server should add it to mails that it resends: Auto-submitted: ...


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Outlook opens the remote PST. But please don't ever use non-local PST files! This leads to corruptions, interruptions and other negative effects. Please don't do it!


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If you close Outlook, what program will send the auto reply message? You would need some other email program to check your email and send automatic replies. If you leave at the same time every day you could schedule another email program to start at a specified time each day through the Windows Task Scheduler. You could then stop the program manually when ...


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this it worked for me too: go to account settings. choose Change Folder under Personal Folders\Inbox make sure that it points to the correct .pst file because in my case fir some reason it was pointing to the dfault .pst file not my imported .pst file that I set in the Data Files tap. hope this helps.


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By default the Out of Office Assistant will only send an OOO (Out Of Office) message to a sender once per day. Unless you toggle the OOO replies off and then on again, which in that case it resets the counter. You would need to make a custom rule if you wanted the opposite (a reply each time they send).


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You can try to Recover Deleted Items from Outlook Client on Windows and Outlook for Web Access. Both give slightly different ways to recover deleted items. It is not clear if the calendar entry is deleted then re-added, so you may or may not be able to recover deleted items.



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