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Good Question; my preference is it's too bright also. This is the best solution I've found there are 7 steps. It's not a simple way to alter it though. https://officethemehacker.wordpress.com/ I wish it was more like Visual Studio. hope this helps.


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When I send a calendar appointment from my home email to my office email (or vice versa) via Outlook 2010 (both places), the invitee's reminder changes from the 1 day default at both places to 15 minutes.


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There is a free Message Statistics by Date tool that does exactly what you want. I recommend it because I'm one of its developers. You just specify required Outlook folders and get the report that includes the number of sent/received/total messages as well as their size.


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Go into email account setting and set your server from IMAP to POP. You may need help from your service provider. IMAP mirrors the service providers server and some service providers dump your emails after 2 weeks regardless of your setting. Hope this helps.


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Rubbish MS via another Technician bothered to use proper research. Look at https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/685/t/175193 and ...


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Unfortunately there's not much you can do, but I did find one setting that at least helps to differentiate the messages in the message list. In the View ribbon, under Current View > View Settings > Other Settings > Grid Lines and Group Headings, change the Grid line style from No grid lines to Solid. While this doesn't significantly reduce the blindingly ...


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Your code looks good with exception of the line that adds the hyperlink. Here you have your variables surrounded by double-quotes which is causing them to be interpreted as literal values instead of variables. Try this instead: ActiveSheet.Hyperlinks.Add Range(Active.Cell), path & “\“ & sheet & “\“ & cell


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The quick steps are stored into a hidden folder of your pst / ost. MS Outlook's Export feature does not allow you to export that folder. So you'll need a third party tool to do it for you. You can try MFCMAPI (I never tried it, always recreated the quick steps manually). More information can be found here. NB. If you're using Exchange the quick steps ...


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Hi - Assuming your own personal email account and the common ones are based on the same domain, you can add the hr@... and hseq@... account to the default account, by: 1. Open Outlook 2013 and Click File. 2. Click Info, Account Settings, Account Settings… 3. Highlight your current email account and click Change 4. Server settings box should appear, click ...


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It displays my historical list of meetings but not my daily/weekly calendar. To reset the view to the monthly view: menu "View" > "Arrange By" > "Current View" > "Day/Week/Month" To set the "month" view to be the default: menu "View" > "Change View" > "Apply Current View to Other Calendar Folders" > "Select Your Calendar" > Click "Ok"


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Here is one work-around for this, for admin's sake: https://community.office365.com/en-us/f/148/t/352806


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Sure, you can deploy Junk Email settings using Group Policy. Microsoft KB2252421 describes the process in details and provides GPO ADM files.


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If I understand you correctly, that is the way I have my Inbox setup. You need to use the Conversation settings. Go to the view tab, choose the arrangement (mine is by date) and then checked Show Conversations. This groups all the messages with the same subject.


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Open the Settings app Go to System Go to Notifications & actions and scroll down to find "Show notifications from these apps" Click on Outlook 2013 Enable notifications and notification banners


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Ok. Let's clarify: Outlook 2003 is not compatible with Windows 10. It lost Windows compatibility starting from Windows 8. Please consider to upgrade to the latest version. I personally recommend Office 365.


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You have to open the email (preview pane doesn't work) then press F4. https://support.office.com/en-ca/article/Keyboard-shortcuts-for-Microsoft-Outlook-2013-3e1090f6-a616-42db-abf5-269ca3d553ee


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For instance, you have two mailboxes: user1@a.com and user2@b.com. And you want user1@a.com to be the primary one. Create this rule for user2@b.com: Apply rule on messages I receive -> where my name is in the To or Cc box and sent to people or public group (type user1@b.com) -> delete it and stop processing more rules. Now all messages that come to ...


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I've never seen this option so I was curious! I found this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/273018 Burst Digests into Individual Messages - You can use this feature when you subscribe to daily message digests. This feature breaks the digest into separate and constituent messages. If you select this item, you can specify that the original ...


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Did you mean MS Office Outlook 2013? This helped me for Win7/8: https://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/page.php?id=38759 Be sure to save your files before you edit/delete them.


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I know this is an old thread, but just in case anyone else finds their way here like I did while looking for other ways to do this... You can customise the Navigation options via the registry. HCKU\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook\Preferences contains three settings which correspond to the 'Navigation Options' in Outlook 2013: ModuleVisible15 ...


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You don't say which version of Outlook so I will assume it is the current one on Windows. Click on Mail view if not selected already. Then from the top menu select the VIEW tab. Under the To-Do Bar drop down list select Calendar.


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The tool you are using is built for Google Apps, which is a business solution similar to Microsoft Exchange and others. It is not meant for working with personal gmail accounts. Unfortunately Google does not provide a solution to automatically move your emails from a local account to the cloud. The solution I found out to work really (surprisingly) well ...


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After your upgrade from Outlook 2010 to 2013, you should reset your view settings and your good View » Current View » Customize current View » Reset Current View


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The solution to the problem was to delete older certificates for the contact. Somehow, Outlook can default to an older certificate, so if you are updating a certificate the easiest thing to do is delete any pre-existing certificates for the contact in question so that when you import the new certificate it will be the only one.


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I don't have a copy of OL2010 to hand, but I don't think my OL2013 should be too different. You can use the received operator which is documented on that page. But instead of using received:=01/01/2015, you can change the equals to a 'greater than' operator: > received:>12/05/2015 Will find all messages which were received after 12th May 2015 ...


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It is not possible for a end user (i.e. me and you) to be able to obtain a list of ignored messages/ conversations. In case you are really desperate, it is possible for an exchange admin to get you such a list. That's not really practical on a day-on-day basis. Hopefully, this is an area that Microsoft will bless us with better abilities in the future.


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No. As an alternative, you can configure Outlook to let you press Spacebar to navigate/read an entire message thread: Open Outlook's Options In the Mail group scroll down to the Outlook panes section and click Reading Pane... Select the option Single key reading using space bar With this enabled, while reading a message in the Reading Pane, press Space ...


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If your Google Chrome was set to remember my password & if you are authentic local account user. You can retrieve your passwords following the instructions below: Go to chrome://settings & scroll down to the bottom Click on Show Advanced Settings Scroll down to Passwords & forms section & click on Manage Passwords Search for ...


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If your reminders are from emails you can sort by date then flag status. You'll see all the emails with red flags. For each one add a new reminder.


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I finally find a simple solution using Outlook VBA and a simple EXE. Here is how to never missed outlook meeting appointment again. Why a stand alone exe application just for this purpose? Well I had the the big red box embeded in the VBA, but that solution was full of problem (I believe it is because I have to use hwnd and other unusual system property to ...


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I finally find a simple solution using Outlook VBA and a simple EXE. Here is how to never missed outlook meeting appointment again. Why a stand alone exe application just for this purpose? Well I had the the big red box embeded in the VBA, but that solution was full of problem (I believe it is because I have to use hwnd and other unusual system property ...


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No, an infinite loop cannot be created in Outlook using nested Groups. However, the individual groups can be infinitely expanded out by clicking the [+] icons. I tested the exact Group structure given in the question twice with one email address per group (the same address). I received a single email both times and came to these conclusions: 1) The ...


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You can disable this option in Control Panel. Follow these steps: Turn on or off profile prompt Exit Outlook. In Control Panel, click or double-click Mail (search Mail). Click Show Profiles. Under `When starting Microsoft Outlook, use this profile' , click Prompt for a profile to be used or Always use this profile. This will disable the feature ...


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The file will eventually automatically get reduced in sized ("compact'ed") by Outlook if you leave the PC idle with Outlook open, and the PST loaded. You can also do it manually though. I've slightly edited the following guide from MS. You can checkout the whole guide here Manually reduce the size of an Outlook Data File (.pst) If you delete items from ...


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If the e-mail address is always the same (0123456789@mms.att.net) you can create a contact and input the address, then save. After that it will show with the name. I find for me I cannot use the solutions offered above at work so instead of "saving" the contact, i "create" it and then it shows me the name just how i want it.


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Use rule exceptions for that. Create a rule that checks the subject for "Automated Utility Run #" and add exception for subjects containing " Failed".


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Actually, you can achieve this without using BCC. This can be done with free Send Messages Personally add-in. To use it, you just add all required recipients (or distribution list) to the "To" field and then run the utility: it will create a separate personified message for each of the recipients. Please note that I recommend this add-in because I'm one of ...


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Outlook 2013 For future visitors, in outlook 2013 (maybe 2010), the option is at: File Options Mail (section) Send Messages CTRL + ENTER sends a message


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If you have not restarted your PC after the update, you should do it. My Edge browser and the store could not access the Internet directly after updating, after a restart everything worked flawlessly.


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I had the same problem and I googled around a bit and found a solution: Close Outlook. Open the Windows cmd dialog, as administrator. Make sure the current folder is c:\windows\system32 and enter the following: sfc /scannow Like this: I then did a restart, but that may not be essential. I could then send email with Outlook (sigh, of relief). I ...


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Actually, Query Builder appends its conditions to the main ones. For example, you can set Only items with one or more attachments on More Choices tab and then configure more conditions on Query Builder tab. You'll find that it works flawless.


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To config Outlook in Windows 10 use the old control panel in C:\WINDOWS\system32\control.exe


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It can be very tricky getting around phishing and SPAM detection. Sometimes it is simply the content, sometimes it is receiving the same message over and over. http://www.gn.apc.org/support/outgoing-mail-wrongly-classed-spam-or-phishing-microsoft-software gives a few reasons that are Outlook specific. One thing easily to check is what the link is for the ...


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In Windows 8/8.1 it comes from Notifications. You can open this new chime by moving mouse to the bottom right corner of the screen, click Settings -> Change PC settings (bottom of the chime). There you can find the Notifications tab. You can turn the notifications on/off. To change the actual sound you can use good old Control Panel's Sound applet.


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What I did was to create two signatures: one for new emails and one for reply/forward emails and then set my default signature to "None". Then when I am creating an email, I manually select the "Signatures" dropdown menu and select the signature that I want.


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Somebody answered my question on Server Fault, but the question was migrated here and answer gone... So, here is the answer. In Windows 10 there are Settings and Control Panel. And it is not that obvious. After explicit navigation to Control Panel you can see Mail icon and all old school stuff:


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Right-click on the "Outlook 2013" heading in the Action Center, and select "Turn off notifications for this app".



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