If you can, try webmail application instead regular Outlook. I'm using it since months and I can "pin" messages on folder's top.
The Outlook PST file contains: Email, Outlook Contacts, and Calendar. All this is in the PST and has been for a very long time.
If you have a PST file, you can definitely import Contacts from that file. You can overwrite or ignore duplicates.
Please note a point of (widespread) confusion: Type-aheads (NK2 files and auto complete files are NOT Contacts. ...
If the mailbox is mostly empty space, you may compact it this way:
In Outlook, File tab, select "Account Settings" and then click "Account Settings"
Click the Data Files tab
Select the file to compact and click Settings
In the Data File dialogue box, click Compact Now.
Having kept coming to this post from 2011 I was finally able to answer the question on how to close an e-mail using the quick steps.
Use the 'move' function and move the e-mail to the same folder as it is currently in. This caused the e-mail to close.
After some trial and error I've created an AutoHotkey script that takes care of the Ctrl+F in the main Outlook window but also uses it to launch the search inside Mail and Meeting items. Essentially this restores the expected behaviour for the Ctrl+F shortcut in Outlook.
; Outlook - Remaps Ctrl+F to the expected search function.
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In case anyone is still looking into this and isn't wanting the more advanced mail merge option:
Complete the first email without adding the 'To' address, click in the 'To' box and hit Ctrl+F. That should bring up an exact copy of the draft you just created. That saves you from having to copy and paste the subject, body, and attachments.
Outlook 2010 is at end of life and should be upgraded to a newer version. Updates to Outlook 2010 are just security updates (but that may have altered something about passwords). There are no feature updates to Outlook 2010 (Office 2010) to correct any issues. I do strongly suggest you upgrade to take advantage of features. I do not have to enter my password ...
According to screenshots, this issue most frequently happens when you import rules that had been exported from some other machine (or possibly from a different Outlook profile). The errors are usually folders that do not exist in your new Outlook folders, because Outlook does not build the folder structure on your behalf.
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This is the Auto-Complete List feature in Outlook client. Once you have typed a email address in the "To" field, the email address will be saved to Auto-Complete List if you enable it via File > Options > Mail > Use Auto-Complete List to suggest names when typing in the To, Cc, and Bcc lines.
If you'd like to delete one email address in Auto-Complete List, ...
You may need to set the scaling for Outlook if you are using a high DPI display on Win 10.
Step 1) Use file explorer to find out where the outlook.exe file is actually located and navigate to that folder.
Step 2) RIGHT click on the outlook.exe; a menu will pop up on the left - select 'Properties' at the bottom of the menu; this will pop up a new window; ...
[using Microsoft Outlook for Microsoft 365 Enterprise at my company,
Version 2008 (Build 13127.21348)]
Within Outlook, select Search > Search Tools > Advanced Find
In the Appointments and Meetings tab Search for the word(s): field enter the word (including special characters) you are trying to find (e.g. Training:)
In the More ...
This is a terrible feature of Outlook that has caused me untold headaches of people never receiving an email. The quickest fix is to move the message to another folder (say a 'test' folder you create just for this nonsense bug) and then send it from there. It should work at this point.
Same question for me for a long time too but recently I discovered a very simple solution to this question. By the way I am using outlook for office 365 (not sure however if this feature available too in other versions) I just feel it is worth sharing although the question was a long time ago this might still help others.
This is how it goes:
Open the ...