I am a newbie to this forum and seeking for help.
I am the Senior IT here and I am seeking for any MS Outlook add-on or plug-in which can do the subsequent tasks:
(I have previously browsed at the rules on both MS Outlook 2007 & MS Outlook 2010 but to no avail)
- As email message reaches to one of my mailboxes, I would want the email message to be flagged, and a reminder after 48 hours be sent. If 48 hours had passed after receiving the email to the mailbox, I would want it to change color. Also, we'd like it for this 48 period to skip the weekend,
At our association we utilize MS Exchange 2008 and MS Outlook 2007. We have a folder (in public) we utilize to allocate 1550 outlook contacts. We sort out these contacts for email lists for outgoing. Various cards encompass up to 8 categories. Our concern is these cards are mislaying and expanding categories without any person recognizing they have completed the change; there is no warning message asking if one is certain and would like to save the changes.
I'm a newbie operating Outlook 2007 under a 32-bit Windows 7 Operating System. As I obey the instructions on creating a signature, I click on “Signature”, yet the window entitled, 'Signature and Stationery' with 2 tabs does not come out? Can anyone help?
I'm a newbie here. I just began using MS Outlook 2007 operating in a 32-bit Windows 7. Every time I create an email or reply to an email, I want to fill out in the bcc field a predetermined address. I have done it through a User Template I set up, though it is more too dreary calling up the template every time and it would not likely to work when replying or forwarding an email.
Can anyone help?
After downloading to Outlook, I would like to leave duplicates of my messages on my pop3 email server. Though, as I go to "Account Settings" -> "More Settings" -> "Advanced", the delivery choices are not there. I browsed the Microsoft website for a new location; however they point out that those are the current location for the said settings. Anyone here has ideas?
I have Office 2010 and all of sudden my emails are only viewable within the preview pane and don't open in a new window. It creates a new window and you see multiple windows on my task bar but I can't click it and see it.
Thanks for the help.
I have a problem with the Advanced Find tool in MS Outlook 2007 for searching a secondary mailbox. Every time I go to a folder in a secondary added mailbox and do an Advanced Find, it displays results of the criteria, yet in the left bottom corner, it displays 0 items as an alternative of the right number of found mail messages.
When I carry this out from the Inbox, the advanced find gives results and also gives a count of items in the bottom left. I am not sure, however, if this is some kind of a bug in MS Outlook 2007. Any suggestion on resolving this issue would be appreciated.
I was thinking if there is a method to make a table with tabbed panels in an email message, either format may it be in html, or word, etc. and save it as a message template for MS outlook. I would like to be able to insert, through copy- paste, some graphs in each tabbed panel, thus if users accept and read the email, they can click on the colored tabs with caption and they can also see pertinent graphs without needing to scroll up or down in the message.
Thus when they read the email, all reflects in it is the table with captioned tabs, for example graph1, graph2 etc.
Inform me if it doesn't make any logic so I will attempt to give explanation about it again.
I have searched for this but I couldn't find something related.
Every time I try to drag and drop an item, such as email and calendar item, among others, from MS Outlook 2007 to a MS Word 2007 document, both of the programs hang.
Any thoughts on what could be causing the error, or which among the programs is the root of the problem?
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),"")