Links in Outlook 2003 open Save As... dialog box
I'm not sure exactly when this started happening.
Whenever I click a link in Outlook 2003 now, it opens the
Save As... dialog box as well as the Website connected to
the link. It doesn't matter what type of link it is; the
dialog always shows up with the .exe file type selected.
Does it oen the Save As dialog or does it open the Locate Link Browser
dialog? In case of the last direct it to iexplore.exe
Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
Tips of the month:
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-Create an Office XP CD slipstreamed with Service Pack 3
"S...Exchange 2003 Require a /3GB Switch with More Than 1 Gig RAM
Does Exchange 2003 require the /3GB Switch if you are
running Exchange 2003 on Windows Server 2003 Standard
Edition. I know for Exchange 2000 they said you needed
the switch if you are running Advanced or Datacenter but
not Server. Just wondering what they recommend for 2003.
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"Kevin&quo...Use of MS Dynamics CRM in Utility Billing
I was wondering if we can easily use Microsoft Dynamics CRM 3.0 for 'Utility
Billing System and Print Presentment'. This also involves use of handheld
devices for reading meters and bill presentment.
In case you know about a better solution for this requirement, please share
that with me.
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That depends on what you mean by "easily" ;-)
CRM out of the box will provide a great, flexible platform to quickly
develop a robust business solution. Fro...Office apps close
The Office 2008 apps keep closing down by themselves! The app closes and then a message comes up asking if I want to Send my problem's information and if I want to Recover my work. What can I do to stop this? Is this because of my Office 2008 intallation or is it my Mac?
Normally, it is caused by broken documents. If someone has been hacking and
chopping in the documents, they can break the internal code so the
application can't read them.
Which format are you using? How were the documents created? Which OS are
you using? Which processor?
On 11/02/08 4:54 PM, in article ee8cf3c....migrate 5.5 mailbox to 2003
i'm trying to use migration wizard to migrte mailboxses fro 5.5(NT) to 2003
but i'm getting this error .Please if any one can help
Failed to logon to the target mailbox with the address
Have you used ADC to replicate from 5.5 to 2003?
"drabee" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> i'm trying to use migration wizard to migrte mailboxses fro 5.5(NT) to
> but i'm getting this error .Please if any one can help
>...Outlook 2003 Junk E-mail Filter Update: KB832333
Note: While the update is live, as of this moment the corresponding KB
article isn't. Hopefully it'll have some technical detail, but I'm not
counting on it.
"Milhouse Van Houten" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Note: While the update is live, as of this moment the correspon...MS Office 97 to MS Office 2007
I have been running Office 97 pro on Windows XP because I do not want
to loose the shortcut bar that came with 97.
Thing is that I have been thinking about installing the 2007 version
of Office that I have had but never installed yet for above reasons.
Question is can I install the 2007 version over the 97 version and
have it update the programs but keep the shortcut bar??
I know there are probably other shortcut bars or whatever out there
but as I asked I would rather keep the 97 one if possible.
Microsoft has several Knowledge Base articles on running multiple...MS Outlook 2007
I am running MS Outlook 2007 on a Vista home lap top. When trying to delete
files (or folders) in the Deleted Items folder, I get a message that "the
Folder is full" and the items remain. I "right click" on Deleted Items,
select "Empty 'Deleted Items' Folder", and I get the usueal warning msg that
states "Are you sure you want to permanently delete all the items and
subfolders from the 'Deleted Items' folder?" I click on "Yes". I then get a
second warning msg that says "The folder is full."
The ite...Office assistant error
Hi everyone, I only joined today so easy on me!!!!!!
We have Outlook 2003 and Office 2000 SP3 intalled and receive the
following error when Outlook is opened and then try to open any other
applications, i'e word, excell "The office
assistant could not be started. Please repair the assistant by running
office 2000 setup and selecting repair office 2000". Running repair
does not make the error message stop. The office assistant works in all
applications the error message just keeps popping up. If I open word
or excell on their own it's not a proble as soon as outlook 2003 is...Difference between MS EPM and MS Projects
What is the difference between MS EPM and MS projects
Is it just project server and sharepoint added to MS projects together
called MS EPM?
Yes. EPM is Enterprise Project Management. Microsoft's solution is Project
Professional plus Project Server which in turn uses SharePoint technology.
Microsoft MVP for Project - http://www.project-systems.co.nz
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"Project Mgt Noob" <Project Mgt Noob @discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
message news:A565E3DF-A7FC-4D2A-B2F1...MS Exange connection
It deals with Outlook 2003, running under Win XP home:
A friend has two ISPs, one with standard POP and SMTP servers, no problem
The second is a remote MS Exchange server. He connects to both via Internet
using ADSL connection.
Question: how to configure the Exchange server connection such that it
remembers his ID and PW? I could not find anything under just about any
thinkable tab in Outlook, email accounts, etc.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
...How do I do word count in MS Publisher?
Publisher doesn't have a word count; the work-around wound be manually count
the words or you could try copy the text and paste into Word.
Don - Publisher 2000�
"Mike Finn" <Mike Finn@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
Why not just do a "Edit Story in Microsoft Word" instead of copy and paste?
MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"
"Don Schmidt" <Don Engineer@PNB.Retired_...Address Word Letter X for Office 2004?
I've been unable to get the Address Word Letter X script to work on my new
version of Office 2004.
The Prefs script won't recognize my stationery file (it's grayed out).
Did the revisions for scripting in Office 2004 break the script? Is there a
What script is this? Did you check macscripter.net to see if a new version
is out? If not, your best bet is probably to go back to the ReadMe on the
script and see if you can email the script writer and ask them about it. Or
you could try opening up the script looking for anything obviously ...MS Money 2005 Basics
I am new to MS Money after many years with Quicken. Money help
offline and online, seems woefully short of detailed explanations o
user scenarios. . Searching help for "Epay" yields nothing. Ca
someone either direct me to a better help area or answer this
In Bills what is the difference between Epay, APay, and Direct debit
I see Apay is how i use the bill pay service of my bank. Is direc
debit just my manual entry? What then is Epay? What might "Other
payment type then be used for?
The difference between them is this
Epay is for electronic bill pay. You must have Bi...SBS 2003 and Outlook 2003 requesting data, freeze
I have two separate clients that are running the new SBS 2003 with XP
workstations running Outlook 2003.
Both randomly receive the messages:
Outlook is requesting data from the server
Outlook is trying to retrieve data from the Microsoft Exchange Server
Running 2 servers that each has a Dual GHz Xeon w/hyperthreading on with 4
gigs of ram. One server is running the SBS 2k3 and the other server is
running a Win 2k3 as a terminal server. They are connected on a 1Gig
backplane. 10 users total.
Running 2 servers. One server has a 2.GHz P4 w/hyperthreading on running
SBS ...Outlook 2003 / Exchange 5.5 Prompting Password
Our user and computer accounts are in an AD domain and our Exchange 5.5
Servers are in an NT domain with a two way trust to the AD user domain.
Intermittently, Outlook 2003 will prompt for a username and password for the
mailbox as though the trust is lost, though users are still able to access
file servers in the NT domain which proves that the trust is OK. I have used
AD Domains and Trusts to validate that the trust is fine both ways.
Most of the time, Outlook 2003 opens fine, but when the prompts start
appearing, it seems I need to restart the netlogon service on the AD domain
contro...can I make a empty priv1.edb database in Ech 2003 ??
need help new
can I make a empty priv1.edb database in Ech 2003 ??
Sure you "can", but the question is why?
If you want to create a new empty database, then you would dismount the
Mailbox store, then delete, move or rename the existing files. Next, simply
re-mount the Mailbox store and you will be presented with a message box
indicating that new blank databases will be created and do you want to
proceed. That's really all there is to it. If you have any mail in the old
databases, I'd seriously recommend that you either rename or move them
instead of dele...MS CRM Certification question
I have a question regarding the CRM certification? What, if any,
certifications are there available with MS CRM? Is there anything like CRM
Have I earned any certification if I passed the Applications Professional
Kuba Skalbania [MCAD]
...Sent items downloading problem in MS office outlook 2007
In my client pc's i have configured the Microsoft office outlook
2007 after the configuration inbox mails are visible in inbox but
sent items and other folders are not getting downloaded, my mail
server is squirrel mail ,so please let me know the reason .
POP3 or IMAP?
"xpmate" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> In my client pc's i have configured the Microsoft office outlook
> 2007 after the configuration inbox mails are visible in in...Copying an Entire Outlook Email in 2007 (Ctrl-F in Outlook 2003)
I recently upgraded from Office 2003 to Office 2007. When I created an email
message in Office 2003, I could hit Ctrl-F and it would copy the entire email
and create a duplicate of the original email. In Office 2007, when I hit
Ctrl-F the find function opens. Is there any way to copy an existing email
and create a duplicate but separate email in Office 2007? The alternative is
to create a new email, copy the text in the original email and paste it all
into the second email. This is much slower. Using a mail merge is not
appropriate because I have to put a unique attached fi...Outlook 2003 (Creating new email)
I have been creating new email for several months now
using Outlook 2003. While I was creating some new rules
for emails, I must have changed a setting.
Now when I attempt to create a new email, it pulls up a
template with wierd fonts, some of my typing doesn't show
up on my screen as I am inputting, my signature I had
created doesn't show up, and it has a different feel than
Any idea what I have done and what I should do to restore
my previous settings?
...Inserting Photos into a blank Publisher 2003 Document
When I go to insert & select a photo to insert, I can NOt see the photo but I
can resize it. The graphics manager task pane shows all my pictures as
"embedded"!? How can I stop photos from being embedded? They never used to
Read the fourth FAQ here:
Mary Sauer MSFT MVP
"Teresa K" <Teresa K@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> When I go to insert &...Access 2003 >> Access 2007 (Run-time error 2467)
I'm trying out how our access 2003 applications work in access 2007.
Unfortunately, lots of forms refuse to open. Where the error occures
is Form_Current event, which contains something like
std = "SELECT ....."
Me.Subform_Name![Field Name].RowSource = std
The program reports an error: "Run-time error '2467': The expression
you entered refers to an object that is closed or doesn't exist."
Anyone has any ideas how to fix this?
Technically, that shouldn't work in Access 2003 either, but it wasn't quite
as sticky about the syntax.
To refer t...MS Access
Why doesn't MS support MS Access for Macintosh? Since I work in an
educational environment that's mostly PC with MS Office begin the main
suite, it would only be logical that since the PC version of MS Office
contains MS Access for database entry, the Mac version of MS Office would
also have MS Access.
In article <BE09D66D.5FB8firstname.lastname@example.org>,
Red Claw <email@example.com> wrote:
> Why doesn't MS support MS Access for Macintosh? Since I work in an
> educational environment that's mostly PC with MS Office begin the main
> suite, it would only ...Outlook's Out of office Assistant #2
When turning on Outlook's Out of office Assistant,
Internally I get response from Out of office, however no
response to the outside world. How do you allow resonses from senders outsde of you exchange system?
The Exchange administrator needs to turn the option on via Exchange
Administrator (Exchange 5.5) or Exchange System Manager (Exchange
2000/2003). If you are the Exchange administrator, can you post what
version of Exchange?
ps - warning: enabling out of office notification to the internet can
introduce mail loops.