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This clearly appears to be some sort of network configuration error. Here are the most likely candidates. 1) Your Outlook is configured to look for the exchange server by local name (http://exchange01 - for instance) and, when you are not on the VPN it looks for exchange01 (the pretend hostname of exchange in this case) and finds nothing. When you are on ...


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In Excel, go to File/Options/Trust Center/Trust Center Settings/Protected View. Untick the "Enable Protected View for Outlook Attachments" - and all will be well. Bear in mind, of course, that this option defaults to the safer "make the user conciously decide that they really want to open the workbook" - so make sure you trust the source of any Excel files ...


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Finally, I get solution for my question. After a deep search I have found /recycle option for Outlook.exe (here: Single-window outlook? ). I have tried to change default Mailto windows application in registry.. Without success. But I have found how change multimedia keyboard "mail" button behavios: open regedit, go to ...


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I have the same problem, here's what i do and think it will work: Deleted items still go into the trash folder no need to change anything setup autoarchive in outlook 2013 to archive every 5 days or so (or even more often if you want) setup the trash folder by right clicking -> porperties - to archive any items that are older than 1 day (!) set it up to ...


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If you are in the word document, Alt, F, H, E, A goes through the menu items File > Share > Email > Attachment. A blank e-mail is created with the document attached. If you are in Windows Explorer, and have the file selected, Alt, S, E works. However, I am using Windows 8, so this could be unique to that OS, not 100% sure though.


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In the Quick Steps section of the Home ribbon, choose the Create New option. In the window this brings up, click on the Choose an Action drop down, then choose New Message (you will need to repeat this as needed for Replies/Forwards/etc). Click on the Show Options flyout button. In the Subject: text field, add your desired text (make sure to leave the ...


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The answer you read about blocking it suggests how to do it. Edit your hosts file and add a record to redirect feeds.feedburner.com to your local loopback interface. 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. ...


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Instead of copying/pasting the names difrectly from the "to" field in the email, go in the "Address book", paste the names in the "to" field, and when you will copy the names, they won't have their email addresses attached.


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I just encountered the same problem, but found a fix! Somehow, the ZOOM was set to 10%. Here's the fix: Go through the steps of sending an email message...you'll see that your typing is now incredibly small. So the problem isn't just with CONTACTS, it with the Outbox too. Type an outgoing email and then go to ZOOM and set it to 100%. That solved my ...


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When using an Exchange account, Outlook does not periodically poll the server for new messages as is necessary with POP3 or IMAP accounts. Instead, the Exchange Server uses push notifications to inform the Outlook client when new messages have arrived. For this reason, the only control you have over how often Outlook checks for mail from an Exchange ...


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All you need to do is make your standard signature a default signature. Outlook > Preferences > Signatures > Default Signatures and select your existing signature as the default for your email account. Works for me fine.


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Make sure you have no unread messages in your mail. Send yourself an email. The icon should appear. BEFORE it disappears right click your taskbar > Properties and "Customize.." and you will see a new Icon there that is not in the list if you try this without having the unread mail icon showing. It is called Microsoft Outlook and underneath says You have ...


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Try Conversation View with the settings below. It works well for me: In Outlook 2013, go to View Ribbon (Messages section): Check on Show as Conversations Select on "Show Messages from Other Folders" Select on "Always Expand Selected Conversation" I am in the inbox, but the Conversation View will also display your Sent Items e-mails as well in the ...


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No way. Sorry. It can't be done in Outlook currently.


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Can you create Outlook Calendar Groups from local calendars? Not sure what you mean by "local calendars" exactly, but Calendar Groups are actually a feature of Exchange Server, not Outlook (it can just display/modify them, as a client) So it will only work with Exchange-based email accounts. From Create, view, or delete a calendar group: Note: ...


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You need to go into "mouse mode" rather than "touch mode". You may see the option to toggle between these modes in your Quick Access Toolbar. If it is not there, you can add it from the drop-down list at the end of the tool bar. Once you are in mouse mode, the "email action bar" will disappear.


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The only solution I can think of involves running some VBA that triggers the "Send/Receive" functionality every x minutes. Based on this answer from Stack Overflow, this answer on MSDN and a few very minor tweaks I think this solution should work. Place the following code in the ThisOutlookSession module (Tools -> Macros -> VB Editor): Private Sub ...


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When using an Exchange account, Outlook does not periodically poll the server for new messages as is necessary with POP3 or IMAP accounts. Instead, the Exchange Server uses push notifications to inform the Outlook client when new messages have arrived. For this reason, the only control you have over how often Outlook checks for mail from an Exchange ...


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You need to do two things after Reply to All:- Remove your own address from the To list. Change your Reply to address to something like NoReply@.... If you specify a valid e-mail address which you choose to ignore, you will continue to receive e-mails on it. If you specify a non-existent address the senders will get non-delivery notices and eventually ...


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are you familiar with ONETASTIC? there may be something you can use, or manipulate to your needs. http://omeratay.com/onetastic/


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Yes, but you'll need to be delegated the permission to do it by an administrator of the Active Directory domain. Here's a tutorial (there are several out there on the Internet) on how to perform the delegation: How do I delegate control of the thumbnail photo field? I'd spell out how to do it directly here in my answer, but you only asked if it was ...


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You need to add the email address as a column in outlook as described here: Show sender’s e-mail address as a column in message view Quote: Download the configuration files Copy it to this folder (assuming WINx64 on english system) C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\Office14\FORMS\1033 Installing config file file (.cfg) File-> Options-> ...


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Based on the Microsoft blog you need to put: m.hotmail.com as your server name. The full setup is here


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I figured it out. Thanks to everyone that helped. This was a really weird problem that I had a tough time to explain but I was able to find the solution to this. The problem was that Preface comments was checked and that's what caused the issue. This is how you can disable it: File > Options > Mail > un-check Preface Comments with:


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If you navigate to the shortcuts menu, click file and save outlook will remember your last view and open this way


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There is an option with a small number of keystrokes, which does not involve an intermediate paste-with-format: Ctrl + Alt + V, Unformatted text Taken from an excellent summary of shortcuts.


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Just remember, ALT F.H.E.A! That's ALT+ F,H,E,A I know it's long but it actually works! Your welcome


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Double click the meeting in your calendar, select 'entire series'. Go to 'Meeting Series' tab, then click on 'Recurrence' icon - here you can change the time for all subsequent meetings.


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You must also have permission. In my situation, I was able to view but not edit the recurring appointment. At the bottom right, it said who had created this recurring appointment. When I logged out and logged in as that user, I was then able to adjust the appointment.


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In Outlook 2013: Reply to the message. Under Options, click on From Select your other e-mail in the From dropdown


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To save someone the trouble, I'm listing all software I found that achieves the function: X1 Search Copernic Desktop Search. Copernic would not index e-mails, but rather attachements in e-mails which isn't an exact replacement of Windows Desktop Search


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Following works for me. In the “Search Current Mailbox (Ctrl+E)” box, type: read:no and hit Enter. When it shows “Find More on Server” link, click it. Then the unread email(s) should appear.


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Active Directory itself doesn't, the AD Database only synchronises users account data (usernames, password hashes, forename, surname etc)... I think what you are after is called a roaming profile. If you have a share on a server where you want to store all of this data, you can create a folder for each user to hold their data. You can then set a folder in ...


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It's definitely a difference between server data and local (cached) data and that was resolved by @Jonathan's workaround (both server data and local data are now showing as 0KB in properties under the folder size); however the unread item count remained problematic. I found that the issue appeared resolved if I switched the folder from showing the total ...


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I am on Office 365 and went into the people feature. At the top of the page is a folder menu item, and in the list is a copy folder item. It lets you copy from your pop email address, a folder called contacts, to Icloud and a similar folder called contacts. I was sure I had most of my contacts in the pop mail folder that were separately in the icloud ...


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Outlook Google Calendar Sync is Open Source on CodePlex and completely free - https://outlookgooglecalendarsync.codeplex.com. This is a continuation of the project mentioned by Peter Mortensen and has added lots of new features with more to come.


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The code fails to work because it is not configured correctly to tie in to the built-in Outlook event-handling system. The below code and description, copied directly from the "Example" section on this page1, provides a template for implementing custom code in response to sending a mail item. The following Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) ...


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Edit your rule and in step 1 simply check the box mark it as read. Finish the rule with the Next steps and save it. Now when the rule runs it will move the message to the folder you designate and it will be marked as read.


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It is not possible to have GASMO and Exchange work on the same profile the only option is to either have two profiles of configure one account as IMAP.



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