I am trying to calculate age using Outlook 2002 SP3, but it does not appear to work using dd/mm/yyyy. The code that I am using is;
IIf([Birthday]<>"None",DateDiff("yyyy",[Birthday],Date())-IIf(DateDiff("d",CDate(Month([Birthday]) & "/" & Day([Birthday]) & "/" & Year(Date())),Date())<0,1,0),"")
I receive e-mails from a sender that shows the no-reply email address and sender name. Yet, whenever I reply to the email, it voluntarily uses their client’s email address.
I figured that an auto reply through the use of a Rule and Alert will send back the email to the original sender, not to the client. I would like to set up an auto reply that sends to the client.
Will a "run a script" fix that issue or is there any other way to resolve it?
If “Run a Script” will fix it, how do I run a script?
Periodically, the mouse cursor within the text areas of a task, calendar or contact form does stops responding to the cursor. The cursor just sits in the first position (upper left). The cursor works fine within all other fields? If I close and reopen OL all is fine, until the next time?
Thanks for the help.
I accept more or less 30 e-mails each day from one person. The message is blank with a .zip file attachment. The .zip file at all times has an exceptional name.
The first email I receive will include an attachment with a file name 1000512.zip. The following e-mail I receive will have an attachment with a file name 1000598.zip, and so on.
I transfer all these emails to a specific folder in Outlook. Yet, if I go into that specific folder file and attempt to search for 1000512, it does not result to anything.
Is there any means for MS Outlook in searching filename attachments?
I don’t have MS Outlook in my Laptop but I will be in need to open Outlook messages from the Laptop. I am need of a MS Outlook Message Viewer, that can display Microsoft Outlook message files without having Microsoft Outlook installed. It should display the message and open the attachments.
My question is whether there is a limit to how many users one can be delegated for? At the moment, we are working on a Small Business Exchange Server 2003. A number of the computers in our office have Outlook 2003, and some have Outlook 2007 installed on them. The problem now is that, I can only see two of the inboxes. With the other users, when I try to open their inboxes from my computer I get an error message:
"Cannot display the folder. Microsoft Office Outlook cannot access the specified folder location. The operation failed. An object cannot be found.”
Even though I have confirmed that these are all set up the same way, yet I can only see two of them. What should I do to correct this?