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This cannot be done. The reason you only see the Name and Email is that other properties (like Phone Number, Title, etc.) are properties of Contacts, but Distribution List members are not Contacts. That is, they are not 'Contact' objects. They are instead 'Recipient' objects. And Recipient objects have only a few properties like this. So you cannot add ...


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If you want to count the number of email addresses in an Exchange distribution list you can use PowerShell. add-pssnapin Microsoft.Exchange.Management.PowerShell.E2010 $distributionlist = (Get-ADGroupMember -Recursive "*Name of Distribution List*") $distributionlist.Count If you want to count the number of email addresses in an Outlook distribution list ...


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The simplest way I've found is to Export / Save As your Distribution List / Contact Group as a text file, and use a text editor such as Notepad++ to see the line count: Alternatively, this site here has a macro you can download and run on a distribution list to return the count.


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I found a possible cause to my problem. As @1Fish_2Fish_RedFish_BlueFish suggested, I loaded up my Windows profile on the users machine and was able to open outlook right away. Will attempt to rebuild the users account and see if that fixes it. Thanks for the assistance! Update: Rebuilding the users Windows profile fixed the issue.


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There is a free Email Address Report available that shows the total number of addresses. Just select the required distribution lists and make sure to set the "Expand address groups" option.


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The properties are based on the logged on account with the machine. You need to run the desktop setup tool from Office 365 since you are running Office 2010. Logon to Office 365, go to Office 365 Settings (from the gear icon in the upper right). Under settings click software, then Desktop Setup Run the setup tool Outlook works by using AutoDiscover ...


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There is a free Message Statistics by Date report available that does exactly what you want. Just select the required folder(s) or the entire mailbox and it will show you the number of sent and received messages as well as their sizes. DISCLAIMER: I recommend this tool because I'm one of the developers, so feel free to ask any further questions.


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The only real built-in setting available is in File > Options > Mail > Replies and Forwards change the option next to When replying to a message: choose to Attach original message. This attaches the entire original message, including attachments. The downside is that it is sent as a msg attachment needing to be opened with Outlook. There are ...


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You can use "Actions>Resend this message..." instead of the "Reply all" button. Remember to modify with your name in the "From" field.


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This is a known problem:https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2636883 Microsoft's solution is to install the following update rollup: 2661854


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There was a second person (management) that also had these mailboxes in their Outlook 2010. They had notifications disabled in their OUTLOOK SETTINGS. They NEVER dismissed the appointments, they just had notifications disabled as a whole. In my opinion this looks seems like a bug. It appears that disabling notifications in Outlook 2010 auto-dismisses ...


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An alternative (if you want less destructive) is to simply use the Archiving (and auto archiving) tool to run as often as you like all emails older than the amount you want (3 months). It will then push these emails to another account.


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One option is to use the Outlook search filters. Using a filter such as: received:=<29/10/2015 will return all emails received on that date and before. You can then simply delete all returned results.


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This date is stored in PR_LAST_VERB_EXECUTION_TIME MAPI property (DASL http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x10820040). In order to sort by this property, you'll need to create a custom field in your Outlook folder, then write a VBA script that will copy PR_LAST_VERB_EXECUTION_TIME to this custom field. After that you'll be able to sort by this custom ...


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It turns out this must have something to do with either Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook (GASMO) or else the MAPI protocol. I tried adding one of the same email accounts that had the issue and the same test worked just fine.


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How to send email at specific time (not just delay) in Outlook 2010 or other mail client Use sendEmail, Batch Script, and Windows Task Scheduler Another way (at the bottom of my answer) is with scheduling a batch script to send on a custom schedule with Windows Task Scheduler with the sendEmail application. Just define the schedule ...


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Thanks to "CharlieRB". You can further make it faster by adding a Global shortcut key as follows. Add a Global Shortcut key to the item on the desktop as shown in the screenshot. Right click on the Desktop item-> Properties


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On Outlook 2016 it works. Right click on a folder -> Properties -> 'Folder size' button. It will display current folder and all sub folders size.


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to transfer the calendar, select email calendar to include whole calendar, full details, hit advanced - show and select both check boxes as desired and hit OK. Once outlook finishes, you can either send the email to the person so they can import it or save the file and share the file (if it is a large file). Have the new user import it to a new calendar and ...


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"Alsof" means "if" in Dutch. Look at your languages settings you might have the wrong dictionary set up as default.


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You probably accidentally added something weird to you spelling dictionary. To remove it Open Word, go to File > Options > Proofing > Auto Correct Options and scroll down until you find that word, select it and click the Delete button.


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So this isn't the solution that I expected, but it serves my purpose. If you want a dropdown in Outlook within the body of an email template, simply create a ComboBox in Microsoft Word through the Developer tab: Then change the properties of your ComboBox to include the options that you want: Lastly, copy the entire ComboBox into a blank email message ...


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The following link may help. Setting up a Corporate Signature


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Is the file that is 50gb your .ost file? If so, make a copy of it to put elsewhere for safety and then do the following: 1) Close outlook 2) Go to control panel -> mail (32-bit) 3) Select 'Profiles' and 'Remove' 4) Delete your data from your Outlook AppData folder. DO NOT DELETE ANY PSTs. If you want to verify you don't delete anything just move the ...


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Run CHKDSK /F or Right Click drive in expolorer, Properties -> Tools -> Error checking [Check now...] -> [V] Automatically fix file system errors // Mhdd is great, but don't forget that not all filesystem errors are hardware based, and MHDD can not fix logical errors on NTFS so use CHKDSK first // Defragment your PST file using Compact feature Compact ...


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It looks like you're looking for disclaimer feature of Exchange Server. Please review this TechNet article: Configure a Disclaimer. This way you'll be able to append any text (including HTML) to the end of users signatures.


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I personally recommend you to create the Outlook.com account and share your Outlook calendar with Outlook.com. This way you'll be able to share your Outlook calendar with other users.


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Just move it to "Junk E-Mail" folder before opening. After that you can browse it safely: Outlook disables all active functionality (like links/external images/scripts/...) for junk messages.


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You can assign a common color to your Team/Group calendar Select your Team calendar on left pane De-select your calendar Go to Ribbon & find color option Pick a color of your choice and apply to the calendars which obstruct you in overlay view You cannot merge the entries into one


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I'm not an Outlook user myself and given the information i found the following, hope it helps : Overlay Mode and Side-by-Side Calendars Side-by-Side Calendars is the feature which lets you select multiple Calendars when you are in the Calendar Navigation (CTRL+2) simply by clicking the checkbox in front of the Calendar. Overlay Mode is the feature where ...


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Okay... here's the answer to my question: The associated reg key for cached mode for Outlook 2010 & beyond is: “HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles" CachedModeValueName="00036601" But that varies too much from user to user because there is a different key for each mail profile. The best way to do it ...


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There were a number of updates today (January 12 2016) from Microsoft. One of them fixed the problem of its disappearance that was introduced with the December 2015 update. The Universe is back to normal (with Outlook)


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This turned out to be a problem with exchange (I think!). After removing full access to the mailbox for the user and re-adding it again, the emails can now be seen.


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We have Exchange 2003 with Outlook 2010 running in cached mode. Starting to follow the answer that says to re\name the cache file, I stumbled onto the fact File > Info > Account Settings has an option to "Reload Address Book". I used this and the new userid suddenly appeared in the Global Address List in my copy of Outlook. I don't know of any way to push ...


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This is completely normal. Mail headers are added by the mail servers as the mail is received at each stop along the way to the recipient, so you'll never see them on the version in your email client's "sent" items.



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