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Const olFolderInbox = 6 Dim mapiNamespace As Outlook.NameSpace Dim inboxFolder As Outlook.Folder Dim unreadItems As Outlook.Items Set mapiNamespace = Application.GetNamespace("MAPI") Set inboxFolder = mapiNamespace.GetDefaultFolder(olFolderInbox) Set unreadItems = inboxFolder.Items.Restrict("[Unread] = True") unreadItems.Sort "[ReceivedTime]", False The ...


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File, Options, Calendar Auto Accept/Decline... Check on Automatically accept meeting requests and remove canceled meetings


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The draft folder doesn't sync and can't be forced to sync. It's a limitation of the EAS account. Instead of connecting your Outlook.com account via the EAS protocol, you could configure it as an IMAP account. BUT! While it does support synching the Drafts folder, the IMAP protocol doesn’t support a whole lot of other features such as Flag Reminders, ...


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Copernic Desktop Search. It is a CPU and disk hog, but it does a good job of searching your Outlook e-mail. It also can be configured to include a search field in the Windows task bar.


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However, the answer bz trpt4him does not allow you to show the seconds. This thread gives an answer: How to include the second in Outlook "received" time? (hh:mm:ss)


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JWU has a help page on how to configure your phone: Email on your mobile Short answer is: Settings Mail, Contacts, Calendars Exchange On Email field, Enter your jwu e-mail address Enter Password In Description, give a short name for this account It should just work with that. That's how our Exchange server is configured.


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I accidentally dismissed some old reminders and the other answers didn't work for me for recovering them, so I restored a recent backup and reverted to that temporarily which brought them up. If you don't have a backup, there's a possibility you can use the "Restore previous versions" option in the right-click menu of the PST file (or its parent folder) in ...


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To import a .pst into my temporary ost you need to: Firstly Go to File > Open > Import Select 'Import from another program or file'. Click Next. Select 'Outlook Data File (.pst)'. Click Next. Then you need to Follow the remaining steps to import items into your new Exchange account. You can easily get a converter that can import a .pst into my temporary ...


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Please check the date in your galaxy s2, especially the year. This would also comes if the date was mismatched. Please set proper date in your phone and reboot the device and then check the reported issue Hope this helps!


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Finally, had to help myself. Thinking it might be helpful to anyone in the future: Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server: imap.gmail.com Port: 993 Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server: smtp.gmail.com Port: 465 or 587 Note: Username is same as email.


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if you are thinking like your email should be yourname@yourDomain.com then visit the link https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/YYvTXAgyz_g


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This is not possible. Your e-mail is coming to you from someone outside of Exchange and using SMTP to send the e-mail to you. This by design and how Internet e-mail works. From Wikipedia: To indicate the message recipient, an email address also may have an associated display name for the recipient, which is followed by the address specification ...


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you can change the TeamViewer settings to disable the TeamViewer's Outlook addin. Go to options, advance, then disable outlook addin near the bottom of the list.


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I found the instructions just by googling selu.edu mail configuration: https://gdata.selu.edu/faq.html. If that's failing, I'd also suggest you talk to the uni IT department.


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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. In my case the emails had an image attempting to load from //feeds.feedburner.com blocking that network location is rather severe though if you run an RSS reader.


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Try setting the rule in Outlook to "Redirect" the mail instead of "Forwarding" it. The main difference between forwarding and redirection is that while forwarding automatically makes changes to your email and includes details about the message history, redirection discretely sends the email to the intended party in its originally written state, making it ...


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The DNS servers in charge "domain.com" need an SPF record added to them to allow/verify the SMTP server(s) your client is using to send as an email user on that domain. For example, using v=spf1 mx -all as the SPF record would allow any SMTP server that has a valid MX record for the domain in the DNS server, and deny all others.


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Since google chrome is making auto login for the hotmail account eventhough you are unable to find the password for it. Google chrome would store the password and history information in the following location for default profile C:\Users\\Appdata\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\ so there is tool called Gmail Password Dump which would export the ...


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Solution 1: Copy them from the default calendar Open the first calendar Switch to category view Select holidays category Ctrl C to copy Switch to new calendar Ctrl V to paste Solution 2: Toggle default calendar Set new calendar as the default calendar Add the holidays Set old calendar as the default calendar


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If you add a personal Gmail account to Outlook via IMAP, you can transfer your e-mails over to Gmail. Search on Gmail is lightning fast awesome! If you have a corporate firewall that disallows IMAP, this would not be an option for you. An alternative is to use Outlook.com via Windows Live Mail. It is basically HotMail that you connect to via HTTP on port ...


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A server will respond by removing everything from owa and on, and not using https:// either. So the server address will become: email.jwu.edu You should be able to setup email on your iPhone if the administrators have enabled access for it.


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The server address is in the link you quoted in your question. https://email.jwu.edu/owa/auth/logon.aspx If you enter the above adress in your browser you will see:


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There is a similar question at Microsoft (But its unclear whether its about mail reminders) Quoting from the answer: Run the Command given below and check if it helps: Click on Start< All Programs< Accessories< Run< type ‘Outlook /cleanreminder’ (without quotes) Note: Ensure there is a space between ‘Outlook’ and ‘/’ Also repair the PST file ...


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This is by design. In Outlook 2013, use the Quick Access Toolbar to add command called Clean Up Folders & Subfolders. This will keep only the log you want and delete the partials. To add the option to the Quick Access Toolbar, click on the arrow pointing down in the Title Bar. Then add the action to your toolbar. You should see it in the toolbar ...


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You should be able to copy your messages from outlook data file to IMAP server. I've done it many times, but mostly data file -> Exchange Server. First of all think about do you really need to transfer old email to a new server. You can delete your old account and simply open the data file in Outlook to have an archive of the old emails. If you need them to ...


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Have you tried disabling the MS-Word editor integration with Outlook? That time sounds like the time it takes word to start up / create an object. More information is here: http://www.howto-outlook.com/faq/wordhtml.htm


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Enabling safe mode forces Outlook to cache all of the files like 2010 did. To do this, hit Windows+R, then type outlook /safe. 2013 works great now.


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I took Sudo's answer and made it count the recipients in CC and BCC as well, just In case anyone wants it (I tried to do a comment on their answer, but not enough rep). Private Sub Application_ItemSend(ByVal Item As Object, Cancel As Boolean) Dim Recipients As Integer Dim Start As Integer Dim Last As Integer Dim RecipientFields As String ...


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Select the emails required, Open a new email window, drag and drop the selected emails into the new email window and send it to the required email destination. All the selected emails get sent as attachments.


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Determine the length of the template text and keep only that. Let's say the start of the signature is unique. Dim sig_start as long Dim template_text_end as long sig_start = InStr(msg.Body, "unique text at the start of the signature") template_text_end = sig_start - 1 msg.Body = Left(msg.Body, template_text_end) debug.print template_text_end When you ...


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Try clicking on the Calendar tab, select View and Change View. Then select List. This appears to show a list of all reminders.


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Meeting organizer is required to attend by default. If you have an iPhone with iOS 7 or iOS 8, you can try to exploit a bug to make the meeting organizer optional.


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Enable "Access for less secure apps" This should work. I tried. https://www.google.com/settings/security/lesssecureapps


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In Outlook 2010/2013, click the Junk button on the ribbon and select Junk E-Mail Options. You'll find the whitelists on Safe Senders and Safe Recipients tabs. Blacklist is on Blocked Senders tab.


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You might look at the "reply to:" address that is configure in your Outlook. Whatever that is set to will be the recipient of any replies to emails you send out. Make sure it is set to your "me(only)" email address and it will not go to everybody else.


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You can use the /autorun switch: outlook.exe /autorun <macroname> For example, create the following in Visual Basic Editor (Alt+F11): Sub Hello() MsgBox "Hello World!" End Sub Create a shortcut on your desktop that has a target of: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE" /autorun hello Double-click on the shortcut and ...


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This is impossible. You cannot run an outlook macro without running outlook, in the same way that you cannot play a cd without cd-player.


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Create an Outlook 2013 rule which triggers when sending emails. Set it to make a copy of the sent mail to your outlook's sent item folder. This rule will be a local-machine only rule because its behaviour is having to do with multiple mailboxes. As for gmail's sent items, when you use gmail's service to send an email, it will be automatically recorded in ...


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This is the way the IMAP works. I believe you've managed to configure your Gmail account in Outlook as IMAP. This is why you see your sent emails in its Sent Items. If you want to use another folder for sent messages, you may want to add the PST file and make it the primary storage. Another way is to add Gmail account as POP3.


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Open contacts list from Public Folder contact lists and save as .txt format. It will export name & email in a text file. However, exporting public folder contacts to pst is a preferred option.


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Goto control panel, type "default programs" without quotes Select Default Programs option Click on set your default programs option Click on Microsoft Outlook Click on Set this program as default


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This should do the trick: Click start Type "default programs" in the Start Search box. Click Default Programs under Programs in the search results. Now click Set your default programs. Highlight Microsoft Office Outlook or Microsoft Outlook on the left. Click Set this program as default. Click OK. Source: outlook tips


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Reference Make Outlook the default program for email messages, contacts, and calendar Many programs can send information as an email message. For example, you can send a spreadsheet to a mail recipient in Microsoft Excel, or click an email link on a webpage. If you have more than one email application on your computer, the only way to make sure ...


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I just clicked on the APPS icon along the top next to Scheduling Assistant and panel pops up on the right hand side of the page. Click + New Template, and I added a new template which contains my signature copied from my email and clicked SAVE. Then you just have to select that template and it will populate your message box. Hope that saves you some time ...


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You can mount the drive in another OS and the outlook data files mostly available in the documnets "Outlook Files" directory. Please refer the Microsoft link below for details regarding the outlook data file location based on installed OS. https://support.office.com/en-au/article/Locating-the-Outlook-data-files-0996ece3-57c6-49bc-977b-0d1892e2aacc If it ...


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Office365 or Google Apps is my recommendation - costs for the lower end packages are ~$5/user and it fits all your requirements. Given your users current experience with Outlook, Office365 would be best.


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It is not possible to show this information at logon. This feature is only for when you lock the pc. The reason is, that windows does not load your profile before you sign in, and as such it doesn't know your login details etc. Once logged in, and locking your pc, it should show you the amount of unread emails. It would be possible to show this if you use ...


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I had the same issue and went to the following site: https://security.google.com/settings/security/activity There I saw that google was blocking the sign in request. After Allowing it worked.


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I believe there is another solution to those already presented. Especially if you are not afraid of a bit of coding. The solution has been presented under similar question. You can get it in full from Github project p0r. It is using Powershell to automate outlook rules. It allows you to create your own rule just by choosing destination directory and ...


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Start filling out an email and save it as a template (.oft) then pin the template to the task bar. Now when you want to reply and use a certain response right click on outlook ( on the taskbar ) and select the template you want to use.



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