finding old emails
i can't seem to find all my old emails in my in box is ther a way to track
If you go to View | Current View (or View | Arrange By | Current View if
you're using Outlook 2003), is it set to Messages? If so, you should be
seeing all of your messages, as there is no filter set by default on the
Messages view. If you added a filter, you can remove it by resetting the
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I need to know how to take different information from within a spreadsheet
--where two conditions/catogories must apply so that a third column where i
have inputed hours, will total for those conditions only... can anyone help?
Please spell out what you want we are not mind readers
Bernard V Liengme
remove caps from email
"Jovetta" <Jovetta@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I need to know how to take different information from within a spreadsheet
> --where two condi...Case Email Template
It seems that I am encountering a problem with data fields
displaying the wrong information in my outgoing email when
using an email template. It seems as if the customer
information (customer/contact) is being displayed in place
of the user/owner information. For example, a customer
(Rep1) issues a ticket and the owner of the ticket, Kate,
is assigned. In the outgoing email to the customer
stating that an case has been assigned and to whom it is
assigned is displaying the customer information instead of
the owner. Saying to contact Kate and giving Kate's email
when I state t...extracting icons
Is there any way to extract an icon from an application?
Take a look at the ExtractIcon[Ex]() API
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Is there any way to extract an icon from an application?
...hyperlinks & cell reference
Everytime I insert a new column into my Excel table the
hyperlinks which are linked to the cells don't change
automaticlly. Thus I've to change every following
hyperlink per hand.
Is there an option to relate hyperlinks to an other
reference point than the cells?
Thank you for your time in advance
If I gave the range a nice name, I could use that in my hyperlink:
Using the =hyperlink() worksheet formula:
=HYPERLINK("#testname","your friendly name here")
TestName referred to c9. Inserting a new column and now it referred to D9.
Joerg Ce...Leave Zero's in cell
when I put three zero's into a cell,.excel automatically changes it back to
one zero. I want to keep the three zero's in the cell. Woiuld appreciate
any advice please
Format the cell as Text (although then the numbers entered are text
rather than genuine numerics) or format the cells to show leading
zeroes (eg a custom format like 000) - note that this is simply for
display purposes as the actual contents of the cell will be 0.
Hope this helps1
On 15 Mar, 10:47, "Ivan B" <nos...@nospam.net> wrote:
> when...Formula cells needs to display "zero"
How do i get a cell with a formula in it to display a zero until a figure is
typed into a corresponding cell?
All productive help is greatly appreciated.
Assuming your formula is SUM(B1:B20), try:
"hello" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> How do i get a cell with a formula in it to display a zero until a figure
> typed into a corresponding cell?
> All productive help is greatly appreciated.
> thank you
...Adding email addresses to contacts contained within an email message
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
Does anyone know of either a macro or utility that would update all =
email recipients contained in the body of an email message to the =
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
<HTML><HEAD>...problems creating a archive file to archive old emails
I have enable the option to archive old emails to clean up the inbox
the "big deal" is that before it I change the file name from archive6.pst
(default) to outlook_archive.pst and I run partially the process.
And now when I run the archive option start creating me a archive6 file
(when half of the archiving is already done in the other file)
I notice that they are two places where to maintain the archive file name
File -> Archive -> Archive file
Tools -> options -> other -> AutoArchive -> Defaulst folder settings for
archiving ->...Outlook 2003 Email Select Names Type name or select from list
When I try to use the Select Names - Type name or select from list in an
Email New Message, the search is not as expected.
For example, I enter the Name Smith, and the selection will be another name
starting with S, but not Smith.
This Address was from Outlook Express and worked fine there.
Please describe more completely what you are doing. Perhaps you are using
autocompletion instead of autoresolution. You didn't provide enough details
for us to tell.
"nsnews.microsoft.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message...Email account question
I am new to Outlook having recently switched my email from AOL to Outlook
2003. I have set up a primary and 3 secondary email addresses, but all of the
incoming emails are all going to the same inbox. Don't each of the email
addresses have their own mailbox? It seems odd that everyones emails should
all be coming to the same box. Is this the way Outlook works, or am I doing
something wrong? Have looked all over the "help" section but can find no
answers. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, RC.
You can use rules or Search Folders to move messages to separate folders.
--...verifying microsoft email accound
how do I get into my microsoft email account to verify it
...Excel: extract and sum numerals from mixed text/numeral cell range
I have a large (30x20) grid of cells with data, and I want to extract
and then sum up certain numerals from this entire range. The catch is
that the data is mixed numerals and text, as you'll see below.
Here's an abbreviated 3x3 example, with a value in each of the nine
V7.1 T H
P1 A T
B V3 P4.5
If I just wanted to sum up the instances of "T" appearing, I could use
COUNTIF() for the entire range to come up with answer ("T" appears 2
times). Easy enough.
But, what I'm trying to accomplish is to sum up the numerals associated
w...Creating HTML email in Outlook 2007
Hi! I'm using Outlook 2007 on XP SP3 and have suddenly run into a change in
the way Outlook seems to work...or at least in the way that I like to use
Normally all my outgoing emails are in plain text but every now and again I
need to send out an HTML email. I'll create the copy in Notepad with
appropriate HTML coding and save it as a .htm file. I'll open up a new
message, change the format to HTML and then insert the file as text. Up until
now that system has worked just fine...until today. I went throught the same
procedure and when I went to add file as ...secure email setup (digital signatures)
Can someone point me in the right direction for instructions on setting up
secure email in Outlook 2000? I need to setup certificates so that email can
be digitally signed by some of my users and so that these users can verify
authenticity of the senders of some of their emails.
any input would be greatly appreciated. thanks.
Will your site be acquiring certificates from an online authority like
Verisign/Thawte or going with an internal certificate authority? The later
introduces issues of its own since the public will not know about your
internal certificate authority. In any event, ...Extract emails from cells with text
I have a row in column A which includes an email address in the text that I'd
like to extract to column B. Is there a formula I can use to accomplish
extracting the email address only to column B?
Here's an example of different cells in column A:
Please email email@example.com to contact us......
Schedule an appointment for assistance, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your
All on one line:
(" ",A1&" ",FIND("@",A1))-1)," ",
REPT(" ",...How to get cell coordinates?
As previously posted, I am trying to build a formula that updates its
cell references automatically based on what line the formula is
My formula will be more complex but for the sake of simplicity, here's
an example of what I'm trying to achieve...
A1 = 100
A2 = 25
A3 = C3
B1 = 50
B2 = 10
B3 = C3
C3 = formula that adds A1+A2 or B1+B2, depending on the row number.
Please remember that this is a simple example and that my actual
formula will be more complex and therefore, an IF statement will be
too long for what I want to achieve.
In other words, my formu...extracting individual numbers from "ranges"
I'm trying to get EXCEL to extract stock prices quoted in individual cells
as 52-week ranges --e.g. 11.76-19.90-- and do the following calculation:
(higher price - lower price)/lower price
Obviously, this a problem because each cell appears to handle the range as
text or something. Is there are way to get EXCEL to handle the "text" (or
however else it is interpreting what's in the cell) as individual numbers?
Great thanks for any help.
do your entries always look like
if yes you may try the following formula in the adjacent row (lets
assum...Query and Extract
This seems basic, but I just cannot get it. While using SQL Server 2005 and
the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, I created a database called
AssetQuote. Inside I have on table called assetquotes.
From there, I have three columns, (date, quote, author)
The column type for date is datetime and the other two are just text.
My Query is something this:
INSERT INTO AssetQuote (date, quote, author)
VALUES('052010','No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.',
When I run the query I get this result:
Msg 208, ...Email Subject GUID to Email Header
I have the understanding that there is a patch which, rather than removing
the GUID from the email completely, move the GUID from the subject line to
the email header. After scouring the microsoft site and being unable to find
this anywhere, I should be very grateful if someone would point me in the
right direction and help to convince me that I've not made this up... or
worse dreamt it...
Thankyou in advance
I don't know if there is a code that keeps a word ( for example FOOTBALL)
running from left to the right of the cell.
I appriciate even a small help.
Thanks in advance
Where would you like it to run to?
English and most other languages run left to right.
Middle East countries usually run right to left.
There are various methods of text alignment in cell formatting>alignment.
Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP
On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 09:39:01 -0700, MAX <MAX@discussions.microsoft.com>
>I don't know if there is a code that keeps a wor...AutoSave Email on Reply?
Anyone know how to auto save an email address to your
address book when you reply to it? Outlook 2000 had it
but I can't find it in 2002? Thanks!
This options only was in Outlook 2000 installed in IMO mode. For all other
versions you'll need an Add-in from Sperry Software;
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I can open my Outlook & see my emails. But the emails won't open and I get
message Outlook not responding? How can I correct this?
...I can not email excel files
I am using xp- I can"t email a excel file?
|| I am using xp- I can"t email a excel file?
Umm what happens when you try?
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And what are you doing to try??
"newbe" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I am using xp- I can"t email a excel file?
i was trying to e mail right out of excel but it would not work. I found out...How to insert an email link that makes a calendar entry?
Say, I'm sending an email that notifies the recepient about the topic, date,
and time of an upcomming event. How do I insert a link into the email that
when the recepient clicks on the link, then automatically the topic is
entered into the recipient's calendar at the correct date and time?
Save the event in the ics or vcs format via "Save As".
Place the file on a web server and link to the file in the message like you
would do to any other website.
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003