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I have a similar issue. Until a week ago, I could see emails I had saved in my Yahoo personal folders (after Yahoo upgraded) on my Windows 7 laptop dating back to more than a year. Unbeknownst to me, M.S. upgraded my desktop Windows 7 to Windows 10 a few days ago. Almost immediately, I saw that a lot (not all) of my Yahoo personal folders only had emails ...


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Ping Mail (with GUI) that send emails to a specified email address every few seconds (minutes, hours).


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Change your Rules to process HelpDesk first, Managers second.


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Categories are mailbox or account specific. Best you can probably do is sort the Categories by alpha. If you add a prefix (e.g. a special character ~), you group the Categories together. Remember Categories work like Tags and only the text is transferred between accounts. The color coding is specific to each workstation.


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I have confirmed that this feature was removed in Outlook 2013, and remains deleted in Outlook 2016.


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Yes Possible. I thought it wasn't working because we had ad AD group that failed. Turned out this was a 'distribution' group (attribute?) and we needed a 'security' group (or attribute on the exiting group) before we could use the OU group for permission tasks.


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If you dismiss a reminder, the bell icon disappears from the calendar entry. If you dismiss the reminder, your colleague will not see it. If the calendar reminder appears on both workstations, the dismissal is immediate for you but will be dismissed automatically after a slight delay.


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You can create a non-user resource called ProjectArchive that everyone has access to by adding as a separate mailbox. You can create folders and assign that folder specific read/write permission. Everyone else would only get read access. This way, only certain people to add/remove project e-mails, but everyone could search the archive. The search would be ...


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This is a combination of what criterias Outlook 2013 uses when performing a search in different parts of Outlook 2013. If you are subscribed to Office 365, you have some defaults you need to review so search as it relates to time is more consistent. It is just bad user experience by Microsoft once again. Change the time zone to the correct setting in ...


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You may not have knowingly sent spam, but perhaps one of the computers is infected with a virus, trojan, or malware that is sending out spam without your permission. You should give Malware Bytes (Free Home version) a try: From https://mail.live.com/mail/troubleshooting.aspx#errors: 550 SC-004 Mail rejected by Outlook.com for policy reasons. A block has ...


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In Outlook 2016, when you paste, press Ctrl and then click on "Set default paste...": When pressing Ctrl Then just select options, that are appropriate for you.


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The other post you reference links to PixelChelf which has all the elements you need to save each file to their respective folders with a date stamp.


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Open the e-mail you want to search on In Outlook 2013, go to File > Properties Under Internet Headers, copy the exact line for From Use this to search for your e-mail e.g. "From: Jenkins <nobody@nowhere>"


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Figured it out. Have to change your plain text font to a monospaced font such as Courier New. Described here: File, Options, Mail, Stationery and Fonts Set "Composing and reading plain text messages" font to Courier New. More info here.


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File > Options > Trust Center > Trust Center Settings > Email Security > Read all Standard Mail in Plain Text


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Short answer: No, if your message is S/MIME signed you cannot add a footer without invalidating the signature. Long answer: While an added footer would invalidate the message, it is possible to work around this in a few ways. Fallback Rules to encapsulate the signed message as an attachment with a footer. I'm not sure this is smart enough to ...


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Go to Facebook Click on Events On the lower right, look for Upcoming Events Right-click and copy the URL Go to Outlook 2013 Go to Calendar Right Click on Calendar Add Calendar > From Internet Paste in the URL (that starts with webcal) The Outlook calendar should now display your Facebook events. Repeat for Birthdays.


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As of May 2016 (perhaps earlier), Microsoft is moving all the Hotmail accounts to Outlook.com. In Outlook, use Outlook.com as the mail provider and enter your Hotmail login and password.


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You have to fool Facebook into thinking that your image link is coming from another web site and not from Outlook. <a href="http://tinyurl.com/mwgg20160524"><img src="http://i.imgur.com/ccmJU46.jpg"></a> The example above is a TinyUrl that goes to the public Facebook company page. When you click on a link from Outlook, Facebook security ...


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In Outlook 2013, you can go to: File > Account Settings > Account Settings... Select your e-mail box Click on Change Make sure Use Cached Exchange Mode is checked on Drag the slider all the way to the left to 1 month


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Open Outlook and click on the Contacts icon Click New Contact Group button in the Home tab. click Add Members and add members from address book enter the name of group click save send a mail by adding group name in "TO" field . one can check who's in the distribution list by clicking the plus (+) sign besides the Contact Group name and you can make ...


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For a machine of this age, you're looking at a few possible problems: General: Have you confirmed your subnet and default gateway are correct? If they're wrong/missing, you'll still be able to print (data coming in) but unable to scan (data going out). User Tools > System Settings > Interface Settings > Machine IP v4 Address (If using DNS names) ...


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From https://johanveldhuis.nl/outlook-cached-mode-gebruiken-of-niet/: Scenarios where you don’t want to use Cached Exchange mode: Computers which are being used by multiple people and where a delay of downloading the new messages is not acceptable; Environments where compliance and security rules which prohibits the store of data locally; The complete ...


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Attached picture details the kind of problem I'm routinely dealing with. One email has all the categories I assigned, a newly arrived one has none. Clicking on 'Categorize' gives what the forefront square picture shows : eg one email is categorized 'coupon' the other one is not (hence the aspect of the box next to the category : not checked but not blank ...


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I was able to set-up a rule in the rule in e-mail rules to do this. The rule sends all e-mails with "Automatic Reply" in the subject line to the Clutter folder. When I attempted this the first time I did not see the "Clutter" folder. However, upon a second attempt I discovered that it was down near the bottom of the list off of the screen, whereas in my ...


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This is being reported as an issue if your company is running Exchange 2010. "... the offline message format is not excepted by the exchange 2010 server and therefore remains in the drafts folder." So far I have not found if the have come up with a patch for Exch 2010, to fix the issue.


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The short answer is, there's no setting for it. You'll have to move things into and/or out of it a few times for it to pick up on what you do want in there, and what you do not want in there. The long answer is that folder is theoretically using a supervised machine learning algorithm to monitor what you move in and out of there to predict which ones to ...


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For Outlook 2013: Right click on Calendar > Share > Share Calendar. If you have Office 365, then it should take you to OWA and you have to set the calendar permissions. You should be able to Add by Url the .ICS link. This is read-only. I'm not sure how often Google grabs the new calendar file, but you can refresh it manually if you need to: ...


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Have you tried changing Phantom to being your default PDF viewer? Assuming you are using Windows, you can make this change within Default Programs either in the Start Menu, Control Panel or by typing it in to Windows Search. Once opened, select Associate a file type or protocol with a program, look for the *.pdf extension and select Phantom as your default ...


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For Outlook 2013: go to Categorize dropdown in the Ribbon and select All Categories. Select your category In the Shortcut Key dropdown on the right, select one of the pre-defined shortcut key Not sure if this is available in earlier versions of Outlook.


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I've been digging through this for serveral hours. It was for a certificate. Uninstall your current certificate (Get-ExchangeCertificate/Remove-ExchangeCertificate) and resetiis.


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Check the way the secondary account is configured. It has to be added as a second account, not as an additional Exchange mailbox in the primary account properties. Also, check MS KB202517: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/202517


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I think you want Google Forms ... you take the survey data then it will automatically save it to Google Sheets. You can then install a ODBC driver that will take your Google Sheets and load it into Excel.


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This is not an answer in the sense of an explanation as to why this happens, but what resolved it for me was to recreate my Outlook profile. This will download all mail from the server once again, but it fixed the issue.


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Here are two options: Open the meeting in the calendar view and click on the scheduling assistant button - this lists all invitees with their required/optional status Add some custom formatting to show optional meetings visually. Right click on the calendar Select "View Settings" Select "Conditional formatting" Add a new rule, give it a name and a ...


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Did you restart your computer? Or at least kill Outlook.exe in Task Manager? Sometimes Outlook.exe is still running even though you've quit out of Outlook. If it is not fully closed, which prevents your new settings from applying.


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The behaviour of Outlook has changed such that the 'All expanded' or 'All collapsed' groupings are influenced by whether any group is expanded or collapsed. If this is done then the setting is changed to 'As last viewed' since outlook thinks you are making a deliberate change to the settings. To resolve this issue right click on any grouping and choose ...


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You can enter a tab character from the keyboard by using the number pad with NumLock engaged. The ASCII hexadecimal code for the tab character is "09". Hold down the Alt key and type "09" on the number pad. When you release the Alt key a tab character is generated.


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If you want to migrate an Outlook profile to another computer, it is a matter of exporting and importing a registry tree. If on the off chance, you want to see what PST or OST are currently in use on a specific computer while Outlook is running, you can use the free handle tool by SysInternals: c:>handle -p outlook.exe | grep "pst\|ost" This looks at the ...


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Have a look at ZeroConfigExchange: In the Windows Registry, navigate to the appropriate subkey for each version of Outlook that is in use: For Outlook 2013: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\AutoDiscover Once the key is created, right-click in the right pane and click New, click DWORD Value and type in “ZeroConfigExchange” ...


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I had this same issue and turns out the cause was adobe pdf pro add in. The add in does not install with office 2016 however it was inherited with office 2013. Disabling the add in then unchecking outlook from advanced. close outlook. rebuild index, checking then allowed indexing to occur again.


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What are the current risk of mails with .eml attachments ? Risks described in this post are still the risks with mails with .eml attachments because of old IFrame exploits, MIME exploits and viruses like Nimda In some email clients, such as Microsoft Outlook, .eml files can trigger active scripting that can be used to launch virus activity. ...


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Email troubleshooting can be divided into "sender" and "recipient" issues. Since you are able to send to other people the Sending side is probably working fine. You need to investigate the Recipient side to locate the problem. Looking at the logs is a good step and can tell you where your messages are getting to and where they are not. Normal email flow ...


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The Nimda virus is known to create EML files. When EML files are found as an included attachment it is good practice to scan with anti virus before opening.


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If you don't make it an all day event, you just make the meeting request a multi-day invite with a start and end time. Multi-day events are listed at the top even if they are not all day events.


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Just close Outlook and delete the OST file that is associated with mailbox. Start Outlook, it will synchronize the mailbox again and you shouldn't see these "extra" items anymore.


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Use PR_SEARCH_KEY (http://schemas.microsoft.com/mapi/proptag/0x300B0102 for PropertyAccessor and Folder.GetTable filter).


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I would like to advice you it is not possible to select multiple email attachments in outlook 2016. Instead you have to use Attachment Tool which is located next to File, Message option and can Save Attachments and you can also delete all attachments this option is also given in this tool If you have further query related to this, then please let me know.


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Yes, you can remove those folders without impacting your archive because the items are no longer in the data file you are using. Unlike a traditional backup in which a copy is made, archived items are moved to a separate Outlook Data File and set aside to be accessed when needed. Source - How to Archive email in Outlook 2010



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