In the search box, include messageclass:IPM.Note to find only e-mail messages.
Here is the full list (as far as I know) of message classes for Outlook/Exchange 2010 items. I found some of this information in Mastering Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 by Jim McBee and David Elfassy. I found the rest by adding the "Message Class" column to an Outlook folder ...
Here is the solution for Outlook 2010/2013, without any plug-in but with Notepad++:
Open Notepad++, create a new file and save it in a temporary folder with a .html extension.
Click on Run > Send via Outlook; this opens a mail with your HTML code.
Beware that not using a .html extension, such as .txt, might create a new email with an attachment, rather ...
In 2010 you do the following: (step ONE is very important)
Open the email...
( do NOT try to add the command at the top level of outlook, it will NOT show "view Source")
Right Click the ribbon -> Customize Ribbon
Select All Commands (since you are on an email, the "view source" will show)
Select "View Source" in and drop ...
Yes, it is possible. I tested this myself in Outlook 2010.
Create a new rule for when a message arrives.
Under the Step 1 on the conditions page, select uses the form name form
Under Step 2 on the conditions page, click form name
Choose Application Forms rather than Personal Forms, and then choose the forms that apply.
Definitely select the Meeting Request ...
Got there! To do so you need to read emails as plain text - which is available under:
Trust Center Settings
Read As Plain Text.
This means they all appear as plain text, so replies go out as plain text, which means that you get proper indenting (using ">") if you've set that up.
You can still display the HTML ...
In Windows Explorer right-click any .log file and select "Open With..." -> Choose Default Program. Select Windows Notepad there (not Notepad++) and make sure that you have the "default" check set. Restart Outlook. Not it has to show you .log files.
If not, check HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\.log registry key's (Default) value. It has to be "txtfile" (without ...
That functionality is not possible with Outlook to date. The original organizer must cancel the meeting and new organizer create a new one. If the meeting is on a shared calendar, an admin can remove it, but not change the owner. That is the only way.
Outlook does not provide a way to change a meeting organizer. To
change the meeting organizer of a ...
An Auto-Reply filter is probably the best way to go about doing this:
Create a new rule with the following conditions:
select Conditions: "which is an automatic reply"
select Actions: "Move it to the specified folder" or "delete it"
I would recommend you use the "Move it to the specified folder" option instead of delete though. This rule will be active ...
I know this is an old thread about Outlook 2010, but it was the first search result addressing the same question for Outlook 2016. Informed guesses are as close as you can get if you're not the organizer and the calendars aren't shared.
If you open the occurrence you'll see the Scheduling Assistant button in the Meeting Occurrence tab.
It will show all the ...
It's easier than I would have thought! Just create a new, custom column, as outlined here.
Then use this Formula: Format([Received],"ddd yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss")
In French: Format([Reçu],"ddd yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss")
This shows as:
ven. 2014-08-22 10:59:03
The same can be done, to show the Sent time, which is often even more valuable:
As the comments have noted is an issue with variant's answer, you can't add text into the reply if you use the "Prefix each line of the original message" feature.
This is what I'm doing that takes a bit more setup and a bit more work to use but is way more flexible. Note that I'm using Office 365 ProPlus
Double click on some text to highlight it then click ...
First of all, close Microsoft Outlook, then go through Control Panel, and choose Mail and then choose Data Files, then change new default mail storage to your preference and then open and close Outlook. Come back and now you can delete old .pst file from there.
Hope that I helped.
You can prevent meeting request replies
Even if you don't turn off the response option when you initially send the meeting request, you can change the option at any time.
Open the meeting.
On the Meeting Ribbon
In the Attendees group, click Responses.
NOTE: For recurring meetings, the Meeting tab appears as the Recurring Meeting tab.
Uncheck Request ...
In Outlook 2010 you can use Quick Steps to do this.
On the Home tab, click Create New in the Quick Step window.
Then name your step, choose Move to folder action, then choose the folder to move it to. At the bottom of the window you can assign a shortcut key.
Choose Finish. Your new step is now available in the Quick Steps window or using the shortcut ...
To solve, as stated above, double click the "Contact Card", which is the attachment in the email sent to you.
Next, select the "file" tab
Then, click the big, "move to folder" button - select "Copy to folder" and select "My Contacts".
Other clarification: When attempting to use this method in a new message, however - We still have to select "contacts" ...
In Outlook 2010, click the Scheduling Assistant button on the Home tab; a list of invited people displays at left, along with their required/optional status. But as stated above, you cannot get the response status unless you are the organizer (that is where the scheduling tab comes into play).
For those who likes keyboard shortcuts, there is a faster workaround than the right click/mark all as read.
Select any message in your Inbox and use CTRL+U, CTRL+K. This will mark the message as Unread, then Read, and the envelope will vanish.
For some reason, Instant Search does not like searches that contain special characters. To accomplish your search, you'll need to:
Open Advanced Find
Go to the "Advanced" tab
Use the "Field" dropdown to select the field you wish to search in
Select the desired condition (such as "is (exactly)")
Enter your desired search term in the Value field, then click "...
It is not possible. Out-of-office replies are sent by Exchange. There is no Exchange feature that reads calendar events in users mailboxes.
Calendar reminders are sent by Outlook, there is no link between the two that can be turned on.
Dim MyReminder As Outlook.Reminder
Dim MyReminders As Outlook.Reminders
Dim Report As String
Dim i As Long
Set MyReminders = Outlook.Reminders
i = 0
For Each MyReminder In MyReminders
If HasReminderFired(MyReminder) = True Then
i = i + 1
Disable alert sounds and Desktop Notifications in Outlook's Options
(so that NO messages make the alert sound/box).
Create a Rule that plays the same Alert sound and displays a Desktop Notification for every message received.
Then, you can either a) Add exceptions to the rule, or b) create other filtering rules (for example, deleting the unwanted messages) ...
"Can someone elaborate on what's going on here? How does Outlook determine that there are extra line breaks?"
By default, the Auto Remove Line Breaks feature in Outlook is enabled. This causes the line breaks to be removed. Any two or more successive line breaks are not removed.
Source: Line breaks are removed in posts made in plain text format in ...
Create Task to have recurrence reminders on 10th of every month. Follow the simple steps and screenshot to achieve this.
Press Ctrl+Shift+K to open a "New Task" window > Enter the reminder information's such as Subject, Priority and etc. Now, click on 'Recurrence' > select 'Monthly' > enter 10 on the 'Day' field and save it. For more information's, please ...
Load the PST's into Outlook one at a time, and export them to CSV (video). Then use a Diff utility to compare the exported CSVs.
Perhaps check out these related SU questions:
Compare two spreadsheets and get missing records
dumping Outlook pst file to portable format