Outlook 2003 and "Check Names"
We are testing Outlook 2003 at our office now and there is
one very frustrating "feature" that is bugging all of us.
When we create a new e-mail message and type in the first
name of a person from the global address book and hit ctrl-
k to check the name...we get a response that Outlook
doesn't recognize the name and there are "no suggestions".
The only way Check Name will successfully resolve the name
is if we type it last name first (ie, Gates, Bill). This
was not the case in Office XP or Outlook 2000. You could
search by first name (or partial first name)...How do I get OL 2003 to back up everythihg in it automatically
I am trying to find out if there is a possibility in Outlook 2003 to save and
back up all my Outlook 2003 Info , including contacts, e-mails (received and
send) automatically rather than having to do it manually everytime I exit the
you can use a script and make a copy before you open outlook or use a backup
tool to make a copy of the pst and your other files as needed.
Diane Poremsky [MVP - Outlook]
Author, Teach Yourself Outlook 2003 in 24 Hours
Coauthor, OneNote 2003 for Windows (Visual QuickStart Guide)
Need Help with Common Tasks? http://www.outlook-tips.net/beginner/
...removing replicated table information from MS Office Access 2003
I have a tool that exports .xml files which are then imported into a table.
If I import the file without any replicated information (ie. s_ColLineage,
etc) how would this affect the database? Is it safe to do this? Would I be
better off just making the tables not replicable?
On Tue, 4 Mar 2008 03:33:07 -0800, DukeJon
Assuming your Access database does not need replicating, yes, it is
safe to omit those fields during import.
>I have a tool that exports .xml files which are then imported into a table.
>If I import the f...access 97 backend with 2000, 2002, and 2003 front ends
Is this possible to have the 97 users with 97 front end, 2000 users
with 2000 front end, 2002 users with 2002 front end, and 2003 users
with 2003 front end all linked up to an access 97 backend?
We are currently planning on upgrading workstations with either 2000,
2002, 2003. the criteria for the specific version will depend on the
IT department. I would like to know if we have several different
office versions will it work to have access 97 as a back end??
thanks in advance
That should work fine.
Same rules as usual: make sure everyone has their own copy of the front end,
preferably ...Transferring over outlook data to new XP machine
How do I transfer over my old emails, address book to my
new XP machine? I have looked over the internet and found
nothing the tells me EXACTLY how to do this, any help
would be greatly appreciated.
If your using MS Outlook copy your .PST file across and import it into the new install.
>If your using MS Outlook copy your .PST file across and import it into the
No, don't import it. Simply use "File">"Open"
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Brian.Tillman is the nam...Crash on 'Send"
My wife's Intel Celeron running ME started having this problem
sporadically - now constantly.
Outlook 2000 receives OK - everything seems fine until you hit the 'Send'
button then Outlook crashes giving an error message that says 'Outlook has
caused an error in <unknown> and has to shut down. If the problem persists
you may have to restart your computer.'
Re-starting however has no effect.
I have re-installed Office. Used 'Detect & Repair' under the 'Help' tab, and
installed all patches/updates from the Office site. But this error
continues, now...Outlook needs Outlook Express to work
I've installed my Outlook 2002 on my new Vista PC (I had Xp before). Now when
I start Outlook it says "requires Outlook Express 4.01 or greater". I've been
looking for Outlook Express to download and install but no joy. No CD came
with my new Vista PC. Any ideas, short of buying a more modern Outlook?
Vista doesn't actually support Outlook 2002 or older. Outlook Express is
part of Internet Explorer but with the advent of Vista, it was switched to
Windows Mail. There is no more Outlook Express.
You could attempt however to create a profile using workgroup or c..."The connection to the Exchange server is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action"
I have setup a number of user accounts and the relative mailboxes without
However, since this afternoon, if I try and connect to a newly mailbox
through the email accounts wizard I get the following error message: "The
connection to the Exchange server is unavailable. Outlook must be online or
connected to complete this action".
This also occurs when I go to File>Open>Other User's Folder... and I try and
lookup an existing account/mailbox that I know I have permission to.
I know Outlook is connected to the Exchange server (I can ping, send and
receive emails) ...Outlook 2003 keeps crashing #2
I get this message when I look in System information. Outlook keeps
crashing quite often. I cannot for example delete two messages without
outlook crashing. My colleagues do not have this problem. We are using
the Microsoft mail exhange server.
Faulting application outlook.exe, version 11.0.5510.0, stamp 3f1380f0,
faulting module mso.dll, version 11.0.5606.0, stamp 3f334cce, debug? 0,
fault address 0x003b6e16.
Does anyone has a solution?=20
1) I would definitely apply Service Pack 2for Office 2003 + applicable
critical security updates.
2) Have you tried starting O...Password Issue with MS Money 2003
I am not familiar with newsgroups but I hope it is a forum
to seek assistance. I am unable to reach MS support via
email from my home computer on this issue. My Money 2003
requires a net passport password to open my account in
Money that I have successfully accessed for approximately
12 months. It does not recognize my password now. I
have attempted several times with my existing password,
changed my net passport password, even uninstalled and re-
installed MS Money 2003 to gain access to my account.
Nothing has worked. Each time it states I have failed to
enter the corr...Exchange 2003 new install can not receive external email.
I have just setup a new Windows Server 2003 standard edition with
Exchange 2003 standard edition on it. I have been working for a while
trying to get it to receive external email. I can send out and send/
receive internal messages, but when someone trys to send me a message
from outside our network they get the following returned mail message
This Message was undeliverable due to the following reason:
Each of the following recipients was rejected by a remote mail
The reasons given by the server are included to help you determine
each recipient was rejected.
Recipient: <**...[Exchange 2003] Mail enabled public folder and sender address
I have a Windows 2003 domain with a native mode Exchange 2003 organization;
there are some mail enabled public folders.
When a user replies to a message in a public folder, the outgoing mail's
sender address is the user's one; I want it to be the public folder's one,
or at least I'd like the "reply-to" address to be set to the public
How can I accomplish this?
You would need to grant the user permissions to be able to Send As the
public folder. By default, when you reply to a message that is in a PF, the
PF is not composing the ...hyperlinking email addresses
I have a list of email addresses that have hidden text before the first
letter of the email address. I tried all the functionalities to get rid of
this spacing/hidden text, but, it does not work. Now I am trying to
hyperlink the email addresses, how do I do that?
Most likely a non-breaking space...........char 160
CLEAN and TRIM will not pick it up.
What: Alt + 0160(on numpad)
Gord Dibben MS Excel MVP
On Sat, 9 Jan 2010 13:44:01 -0800, CharlesZ
>I have a ...Outlook 2003
we have one client pc with Outlook 2003 where the following problem
if a mail is replied from a user created sub folder of the inbox, the
reply will not appear in sent mails, but will end up in the same sub
folder, sender and recipient appear as identical. The mail goes out
properly though, it's just that Outlook sets internally sender =
recipient and bounces the reply back to the subfolder in which the
original mail is stored.
This happens on a Win 2000 machine with SP4 and all updates, the other
clients use Outlook 2000 or XP and there is no such problem.
There are no ru...cant start outlook pst file to large
Hi I hope somebody may be able to help im new to outlook and now I cant start
outlook message says cannot open your default email folders pst file its too
large as I cannot open outlook I cannot delete old folders
See if this helps: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/296088
Ben M. Schorr, MVP
Roland Schorr & Tower
Author: The Lawyer's Guide to Microsoft Outlook 2007:
"Ray" <Ray@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
news:B3B824DC-3C9B-4B1B-8EF3-61...Outlook "Ruler" won't go away
I don't know how I turned this on so I don't know how to
turn it off. It splits my emails so that I can only type
so far over before it kicks me back to the left margin
and makes me start a new line. Can anyone help me?
...Addressing within Exchange 2003
We are running Exchange 2003 SP2. We setup an MX record for a external
email(alumni.cup.edu) these mailboxes do not exist within our exchange org.
But when we send email to these externals email mailboxes we are getting the
#5.5.0 smtp;550 Mailbox unavailable.
Is there a way in exchange to ignore these email address so that we don't
get the NDR from within our Exchange Org?
On Fri, 4 Aug 2006 08:08:02 -0700, Sabo, Eric <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>We are running Exchange 2003 SP2. We setup an MX record for a external
>email(alumni.cup.edu...how do i add "Software Digrams" Folder in my Visio 2003
how do i add software diags folder in visio 2003 version. Like if i go to
File->New it shows folders like brainstorming, project schedule, block
diagrams but in my case its missing the Software Diags folder which contains
activity diags, web mock ups, use case diags etc. please let me know how to
get that template. thanks.
What edition of Visio are you using? Check by going to the About Microsoft
Office Visio dialog from the Help menu.
"Ankur" <Ankur@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> how...Install Exchange 2003 Server on new Hardware with same name
I got a new server to move my Exchange Server Installation. I want to
keep the name I'm using now for my Server. Already read TechNet Article
"How to Move Exchange Server 2003 to New Hardware and Keep the Same
Server Name". Is there anything else that I should be aware of that is
not on this TechNet article? I'm using a different Disk Configuration,
does this matters? Should this be a smooth process?
Thanks for any help you can give.
The drive letters MUST match, because the paths of the databases are at the
Active Directory. The disks can have different sizes than the or...Reminders in Outlook
Since upgrading to Great Plains 9.0, several users are not getting their
appointment reminders in Outlook 2003. They all show up at once after
rebooting computer. Outlook settings are set appropriately. Any ideas?
...Outlook default to paragraph
To whom ever can help,
> When using Microsoft Outlook, and starting a new E-
Mail, The default
> format is to "paragraph" which double spaces. Is there
> select under a New Message, Format, Style, "Normal" as
> Thank you in advance
>To whom ever can help,
>> When using Microsoft Outlook, and starting a new E-
>Mail, The default
>> format is to "paragraph" which double spaces. Is there
>> select unde...Email Router Failing with System.UriFormatException: Invalid URI:
I cannot seem to get a handle on this, even with a very basic email workflow
The rule is simply to watch email@example.com. If any email goes in, send a
notification email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Server has the following error. Anyone have any ideas?
Event Type: Error
Event Source: MSCRMExRouterService
Event Category: None
Event ID: 0
Time: 4:01:50 PM
System.UriFormatException: Invalid URI: The hostname could not be parsed.
at System.Uri..ctor(String uriString, Boolean dontEscape)
at Sy...Incoming email slow to come in
Don't know if anyone can help, but here goes. We are running an
Exchange 5.5 server and I am running Outlook 2003. Email that is sent
to me internally is very slow to arrive (up to 30-45 seconds),
including email I send to myself. Nobody else in my immediate vicinity
is having the same issue, their email arrival is instant. We have
reviewed Outlook settings and they are identical. One strange thing is
this: If I send myself an email, don't do anything, it will come in
within 30-45 seconds. However, if I send myself an email, then
immediately send another email both of them will ...Office 2003, Outlook (Outlook Today)...
OK, this is driving me nuts.
I note that w' 2003 (and XP (2002)?) the default install sets the
startup folder to the Inbox.
IIRC, one of the earlier Offices installed Outlook to startup w' that
"all in one view" - Outlook Today.
So just as a wee test - I thought I'd try that for a while, and indeed I
found it quite handy to be able to see all pertinent data on the one
*However* (and I'm wondering if this is the case with others), I *HAVE*
to use my mouse, whenever I switch to the Inbox, or Calendar, or Tasks
to get the damn focus onto a 'sujbect&...Can I make messages unable to be forwarded by the receiver?
We are interested in setting up a private email group at work that receives
Is there a way to make the emails that these users will receive unable to be
forwarded to people outside of the group? Make private, or somehow else
prevent the information from getting outside of the approved recipient list?
no. and you can't keep people from printing it, copying and pasting the
contents of it, taking a screen shot of it, etc, etc...
"Jonna Kosalko" wrote:
> We are interested in setting up a private email group at work that receives