Declined meetings that are part of a series don't appear to show up in the Deleted Items folder. Also, copying from someone's calendar doesn't work with private calendars. In this scenario, there doesn't seem to be a way to accept the meeting other than having someone resend it.
I just had the same need today (restore a declined occurrence of a recurring meeting not organized by me).
The below procedure worked for me (Outlook 2013):
Go to the calendar view
Double click on a remaining occurrence
Choose to open the "entire series"
Edit the "Recurrence" of the meeting (Ribbon > Meeting Series > Options > Recurrence)
Do a fake change (...
I also could not "undecline," so I went to the sender's calendar, opened the item, and cllicked the button to copy to my calendar. A message popped up and said that to do this, I had to accept the meeting, which I did. Now it's on my calendar. Hope this helps.
Ok i will teach you this on the Microsoft Outlook 2010..
You have to click File > Options > Advanced > Then look for Send/Receive and click on the right button for more options..
There you can create many groups with selected accounts, and then select settings like time interval for checking new emails, download sizes, etc. Its a friendly interface.
Please have a look at "VBA Early Binding" and "VBA Late Binding". for advantages and disadvantages of both methods.
You are using Earling Binding in this line: Set oFS = New FileSystemObject. "New" is a good indicator that Early binding is used. That's why you have to enable a reference on every machine where the macro runs.
If you use Late Binding, you ...
IMO, there are two ways you can accept a meeting request.
when you are browsing list mail (and invite isn't opened)
wen you have opened the invite
When the meeting invite is the focused email
press SHIFT + F10 this will open the context menu(right click menu of invite)
now press C again C and ENTER
now use common response key
As you ...
I have had success with this method:
Search for message (or other document). Use the normal quick search, searching for "all files and folders"
Open the message/document (double-click)
With the message open in i separate Window: Hit Ctrl+Shift+F to open Advanced Search.
Advanced Search will open with the folder of the open message selected.
Click Browse (...
It's because the automatic language detection feature is turned on. To switch it off:
Open a new e-mail message.
On the Message tab, in the Proofing group, click the arrow under Spelling.
Click Set Language Button image.
Un-check the Detect language automatically check box.
Although Microsoft clients claim that this is a client only action, the server is able to mark a message as read.
Outlook does not support it and you have to configure the rule with the web interface (if you have it available): Outlook Web App
An example with Exchange 2010:
Unbelievably, this appalling Outlook 2007 defect is still present in Outlook 2010. And still present in Outlook 2013. EDIT: and still there in 2016, and still there in 365 as of January 2017. EDIT: and still there in 365 as of January 2019.
And even if I drag the scrollbar to the bottom of the list and back, it doesn't make subsequent scrolling work. No ...
Is there a default keyboard shortcut to insert my signature in a reply email?
Alt+n, then g, select signature from the list and press enter.
Alt+n,then g,s will open the signature dialog box to add or edit the signature.
Alt+n, then a,s:
Add Signature to message: Insert => Add Signature
Source Outlook 2010 ...
If you're ok with not getting any 15-minute reminders (the default), you can take this approach to instead always get an n-minute reminder for every meeting.
Go to File > Options > Calendar.
Make sure "Default reminders:" is checked.
Put your cursor in the selection for Default reminders, and treating it as a textbox instead of a dropdown, type in the full ...
I've got a SOLUTION for Office 365 users.
My situation was as follows:
web contact form kept being moved to spam
tried safe sender, no automatic filtering etc - exactly as the OP did
spent 3 hours doing all sorts of tests eventually thinking I was going mad
even in the spam filtering area in Office 365 I couldn't find how to disable it for that particular ...
Just rename or move the applicable VBA or Macros files as detailed in the article.
For Outlook 2007 on Vista/7/8:
Macros and VBA programs (VbaProject.otm):
where drive is e.g. C
If you don't care about ANY of the data contained within the VbaProject.otm file, then delete the file. Otherwise just ...
From the calendar view in Outlook 2010, typing Ctrl+Shift+F opens up Advanced Find, where you can search appointments by subject/body/etc.
This also works in Outlook 2007, and is a way to search for text in a calendar item (appointment, event…) regardless of date (past or future). For some reason, at least in Outlook 2007, the "Search Calendar" box ...
Here's what I do:
1) Respond to the invitation by Accepting as Tentative, using the EDIT response option.
2) In your EDIT comment, paste or type in some text saying "I will not be attending this meeting, but in order to keep it on my calendar, I'm responding as tentative but will show this slot as free."
3) Send your response.
4) After the appointment ...
It is good to know, that
Early Binding ( Explicitly checked Reference links ) is useful for the development or debugging, because of VBA editor Intellisense, strong object type control and named constants. It is also reportedly faster.
Late Binding ( independent on Reference links) is useful for inter-machine compatibility.
I use with advantage the fast ...
Since Outlook uses Word (if installed) as its editor, it's a bit of a pain to get to get it. :)
You have to reference the Word application, then the Word document, then the selection.
For the following code to work in Outlook you need to add a Reference (VBA Editor -> Tools -> References) to the "Microsoft Word Object Library", and one to the "Microsoft ...
The only possible way is to look at message's internet headers. Some email servers save original recipient in one of the X-headers. There are no other ways. So, if you can't see anything useful in there then you have to ask the sender of the message, sorry.
For Outlook 2007, this is how you view the internet header.
How do I add a NOT condition in a mail rule?
You cannot add a NOT condition directly. However, you can use Exceptions to achieve the same effect:
There are three (main) steps to the rule creation process:
Conditions to check:
This is where you are trying to add your negation rule. You can't.
Action to perform:
Example move to a folder....
What I was able to do here, is decline the invite in the calendar view, then find the invite (either in the deleted folder, or in my case it was still in my inbox for some reason), and tentatively accept but choose the option not to send to a response.
If the account still configured and working, you can use some "revealing password software" (like http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/bullets_password_view.html) to show the password typed in back of the bullets\stars
To hide reoccurring appointments and set up reminders, create a 2nd calendar. Use it for all those daily reminders like "fill in your timesheet". In the Home tab click on Open Calender. It gives an option to create a new calendar. On this calendar you can create those reminders and reoccurring appointments without having them clutter up your main ...
I have a solution for using nicknames on an email but it only applies to a single user of Outlook and not for the entire company.
I added the contact to my personal contacts
Open the contact details and added a second email address
I entered the same email address from the primary email for the secondary email.
I entered the nickname in the "Display As" ...
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 ...
I was trying to do the same recently and in searching the web encountered your question. I too failed to find any way to use the search folder to check headers. My assumption is because internet headers aren't really an "Exchange field", meaning that I don't believe any "intranet" email sent within the Exchange server itself (like that email you sent with ...