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This can be done if you insert the table as Excel Object. Once inserted, you will be able to apply the formulas.


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Here are instructions for setting up the account in Outlook. GoDaddy & GoDaddy Start Outlook. On the Tools menu, click to select Email Accounts. In the Email Accounts dialog box, click to select the Add a new E-mail Account option, and then click Next. In the Server Type dialog box, click POP3, and then click Next In the E-mail Accounts dialog box, ...


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I would use the PST repair tool that is built into Outlook, here is a KB article from Microsoft on how to do this https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/272227 Okay next to that there must be real damage to the PST structure. Maybe trying a 3rd party tool that will try to reconstruct the file and drop off what is damaged. At this point you are at disaster ...


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To set the folder for Deleted items, go to File -> Account Settings and double click on the IMAP account. Click More Settings then follow the Deleted Items tab to make your selection.


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Right-mouse click on the calendar item in the calendar view and choose "Reply" from the context menu.


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Only Modern (or Metro, as they used to be called) apps can display notifications on the Windows 8/8.1 lock screen and Start menu, and Outlook 2013 is not one of them; thus, it can't directly display those notifications. As a workaround, you can configure in the Mail app the same email account you are using in Outlook: Mail will then display the proper ...


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Open any contact, the click the Format Text tab on top of the screen, click on Change Styles and voila Bob's your uncle. Then go to the zoom button and choose your size.


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Like they said autoarchive don't delete sent messages unless you check the box "delete permanently". I suggest try to view your hidden folder. It might be there.


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Auto-archive works by FOLDER so you should check that the sent items folder has the expected archive settings. That should also show you whether your service owner has disabled archiving. You should also be VERY careful with archive PST files. They are a constant source of data loss. Don't put them on a networked drive, keep them small and keep them closed ...


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MS Outlook 2007 increased the PST size limit to 20 GB and your current PST File size is 4 GB large (not too much larger). So, there should be no issue of PST File size. As you told that Outlook appearing message "need to repair PST File". But you don't want to use scanpst.exe (Inbox Repair Tool).In that case, you have to go to third party utility. Thanks ...


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Firstly the good news is that your 4GB isn't too big! Outlook 2007 will happily accommodate up to 20GB http://www.msoutlook.info/question/99. Next- SCANPST is the best tool I've found, having tried a few. It's not fancy, but usually works


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If you use the "/incremental" parameter you need the "/statefile" one. It is explained here https://github.com/candera/hobocopy


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You can allow other team members edit permissions to the calendar(s). Alternatively, set up an shared mailbox and use that mailboxes calendar for the scrum meetings. The third alternative is to ask your IT department whether they use resource calendars. If they do, then you could request one of those.


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I couldn't find a way to convince Outlook to reconnect to the server, short of restarting it or disabling and (painfully) reenabling the network interface. So what I do is to unplug and plug back in the virtual cable between the VM and the host with the following VBoxCableReconnect script. Of course the script is specific to VirtualBox, but I expect that ...


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Translating HRESULT=0x80040607 with Microsoft's Err utility: C:\> Err.exe 0x80040607 # for hex 0x80040607 / decimal -2147219961 : MAPI_E_NO_RECIPIENTS mapicode.h # 1 matches found for "0x80040607" For MAPI_E_NO_RECIPIENTS this article implies there's a problem with a distribution list, where "Outlook refers to contacts by unique IDs, ...


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Outlook's default Conditional Formatting settings format "submitted but not sent" messages in italics. The message is probably still hanging in your outbox. Double check the account settings then Send/Receive All Folders.


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Probably his Outlook setup is wrong. Tell him to check his account setup: make sure @domain.com isn't part of login check other smtp server parameters: server, port, password If that didn't help, troubleshoot using https://support.microsoft.com/kb/813514 (ref: 1)


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HiI've not got enough magic internet points to add this as a comment but I had the same problem. even after checking all troubleshooting stuff mentioned here and elsewhere.My solution was to delete the following:OutlPrntOutcmd.datOutlook.srsOutlook.xml(my mail profile is called outlook)and I left the Outlook.NK2 file in tact then rebooted and it worked.Back ...


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I'm on 2013 at the moment but I think that this should work in 2007 and 2010 versions. Though I am not sure whether the steps below renders the 2007 or 2010 version... long time ago that was :) Click the Table button in the Paragraph group of the Format Text tab, and then open the Borders and Shading dialog from the drop down menu Select the line style, ...


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Try logging out of Outlook and run it again. You've reached the max deleted file count for your session and this will reset it.


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I believe the Outlook equivalent to Live Text is Mail apps which can be developed using regular expressions. Here's a link I found with more info: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp161135.aspx


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You don't need a plug-in. The navigation is as follows: You select your messages, right click > Move > Other Folder Click New (folder) Name your new folder Select the new folder Click OK


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The other answer to this question is wrong. Selecting the "Recover Deleted Items" button while in an Exchange account folder will let you recover messages to that folder, but they are not necessarily messages that were in that folder previously. It just presents you a listing of all deleted items with no indication of where they were deleted from. As far as ...


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This is part of "vibrancy" in Yosemite, and it gets applied to sidebars & tool bars. Since Office 2011 folder pane is a sidebar, this vibrancy effects gets applied to it. You can turn off transparency through the acessibility in control panel > display > reduce transparency.


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If its just a bad profile load, close outlook and goto appdata/local/microsoft/outlook and rename all of the OST files. This will rebuild the local cache. You can also try launching outlook with the /resetnavpane switch. These two things resolve most of the outlook issues I come across. If its a bad PST, then run the repair on office like other have ...


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Try to create a new Outlook profile and setup the account in the new profile. A profile consists of accounts, data files, and settings that specify where your email messages are saved. Exit Outlook. In Control Panel, click or double-click Mail. Mail appears in different Control Panel locations depending on the version of the Microsoft Windows operating ...


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Copernic Desktop Search free version is a good software for indexing your e-mail and attachments. Although it can be a resource hog, it does work. To find PDF, the document has to be OCRed and requires a text layer. Assuming your PDF has text layer, Copernic Desktop Search will find it. Alternatively, Google Drive will automatically OCR the first ten pages ...


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For me what worked was checking 'Use Cached Exchange Mode' under File/Account Settings/Change Account/Server Settings. (Earlier, I tried checking the "Disable hardware graphics acceleration" (from File/Options/Advanced/Display) and the Safe Mode (hit Ctrl while starting Outlook) but both didn't help.


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The issue was caused by Outlook, as the social connector plugin was disabled due to causing Outlook start slowly. Enabling the add-in made it all work again :) File -> Info -> Slow and Disabled Add-ins -> Manage Add-ins


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For me, it shows as: https://outlook.linkedinlabs.com/osc/login In the future, I recommend you backup your registry before you make any changes for this very scenario. You can also automate it by using ERUNT - You can set it up in Task Scheduler to run once a day if you wish: C:\Windows\Erunt\AUTOBACK.EXE %SystemRoot%\ERDNT\AutoBackup\#Date# sysreg ...


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This is the behavior based on whatever account is the default. I don't have this issue in Outlook 2013. In my replies, my FROM changes to whomever the e-mail was originally sent to. There are likely some third party add-ons that can mimic this behavior in Outlook 2007. I recall having your same issue with Outlook 97, Outlook 2000 and Outlook 2003.


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It varies depending upon which Outlook client you're using. In Outlook for Mac (Office 365 version, which is also Outlook 15), you right-click the Inbox (or other folder you want to inspect), choose Properties, then select the Storage tab.


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It seems this has been removed in Outlook 2013, but I'm not sure that's accurate. My Outlook is listed as 2013 in the about dialog and still has this feature in Windows 7. That said, this post mentions that the feature was dropped in 2013: https://channel9.msdn.com/coding4fun/blog/Bringing-some-Outlook-2010-features-into-2013-with-the-add-in


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In Outlook 2013, you can include messages from other folders on the View ribbon: Not sure if that option is available for you in Outlook 2010.


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You right click on the message, then select Follow Up. There are pre-set times (Follow Up Today, This Week, Next Week, or Custom).


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Outlook 2013 only has one field for location. There's no feature to book two separate rooms. You are essentially booking two meeting rooms because of the remote location and local location.


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Outlook adds the On Behalf Of header to the message in order to protect it from being branded as spam by some ISPs or email clients. Unfortunately, it seems as though turning this mechanism off is only possible when using Exchange server or Active Directory. The article Send On Behalf and Send As shows three ways of enabling On Behalf Of using Exchange. ...


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PowerPoint's autorecovery feature is only invoked when PPT detects a situation that's about to cause it to crash. It's not an autosave feature. When you closed the file, did PPT ask if you wanted to save? If it did and you said no, well ... it did what you told it to do. However if you closed the file and didn't get the opportunity to save, that may ...


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In Outlook 2013 the OneNote add-in was what caused this "always on top" behavior. I only needed to disable this extension and the issue was gone. Don't have 2010 to test same fix there.


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You can set it up using Thunderbird if IMAP is enabled in your account settings on Office365 it just requires a few add-ons for everything to work correctly. Download Required Extensions: Lightning: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/projects/calendar/ Ericsson Exchange 2007/2010/2013 Calendar, Tasks, Contacts and GAL Provider: ...


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In the list of messages, hover over the one you want to follow-up on and a little flag will appear (above the date stamp). Click it to flag for follow-up.


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There was an issue of password reset. When I reset my password, it got connected.


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To troubleshoot, configure Outlook on a new mail profile If this works without any issue, it would be an issue with your existing mail profile. Try repairing your old mail profile If it still doesn't work, would need additional information to troubleshoot: Do other users in your organization have the same issue? Do you only have this issue when ...


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Calendar can be displayed in Outlook, but not edited when adding a new Internet calendar to Outlook. What most people stumble across: Google blocks the initial access due to default safety settings. I am not sure any more where, but there are some security settings which you need to change/ give "your" Outlook access so that Google allows it to access the ...


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I ended up using Thunderbird with Lightning and the google and exchange providers.


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TL;DR: Private Google Calendar you own can be added to Outlook (read-only). Shared Google Calendar where you have read/write access can be added to Outlook (read-only). Public Google Calendars can be added to Outlook (read-only) Shared read-only Google Calendar can not be added to Outlook. To add a private Google Calendar you own or shared Google ...


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Please test your premise first in Outlook 2013. If I am editing an Outlook message that is in the Outbox with a Delayed Delivery, even if I go past the time, the message will not be sent. Are you, in fact, experiencing something different? I use the Delayed Delivery feature for every outbound e-mail that I create as a message rule. It is set for five ...


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You can find it by running the following macro in Outlook while being in one of the connection modes (different icons): Sub ConnectionMode() MsgBox CStr(Session.ExchangeConnectionMode) End Sub This macro will show you the value of current Exchange connection mode: olNoExchange = 0, olOffline = 100, olCachedOffline = 200, olDisconnected = 300, ...


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I figured out what to do. If anyone else ever finds themselves in the same situation, here's how I solved it. I removed the account, and then created it again, this time manually supplying all the info. When doing so, you can select what file to use. Rather than have Outlook create a new one, I selected to use the copy of my .pst file, and that did the ...


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I think the problem is that, when you create the separate profile settings for each S/MIME certificate, there's a checkbox within the profile that is enabled by default - this says that each profile is the default profile for signing/encrypting all e-mails. If you create two profiles, each of which state they are the default certicates (effectively 2 ...



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