Importing Outlook data into Access 2003
I recently reinstalled Office 2003 and have encountered the following
problem: I want to import my contacts in Outlook into an Access 2003
database. When I go to File/Get External data, there is no option to
import from Outlook. In fact, the only choices I'm given are Microsoft
Access, Windows Sharepoint Services, XML and ODBC databases. How can I
enable the options I've had in past installations of Access?
Thanks in advance,
Select Full install instead of typical
"Pic" <compuBUTNOTTHIStoot@att.net> wrote in message
news:uqqbh3t26icr6bo0httq2b6640b78pq56...Outlook 2007 will only open in Safe mode
I have tried disabling all the add ins and it still will only open in safe
mode. What else do I need to try.
Also tried switch /resetnavpane
Is this a new problem or triggered by some event?
"safetymom" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have tried disabling all the add ins and it still will only open in safe
>mode. What else do I need to try.
> Also tried switch /resetnavpane
> I have tried disabling all the add ins and it s...Microsoft Office outlook connector fails to load
I recently had to refresh my PC but was able to backup and restore my
profile data (including emails etc.) using our a backup/restore
utility (that comes bundled on our corporate PCs based on windows XP
I am using Outlook 2007 and when I launched outlook I would get error
msgs regarding some missing third party Add-ins that I hadn't
The most important/useful add-in for me was the MS Office Outlook
connector to allow me to connect to my Hotmail account. So I started
by installing the connector but restarting Outlook did not bring up
the Outlook Connector m...Saving User Settings in Outlook...
Does anyone know how to save the user settings for MS outlook 2003?
Thanks to all who reply,
The reason I would like to be able to save the user settings is so I'll be
able to restore these settings should I need to in case I had to do a clean
install of WinXP and office 2003 either on the same computer of on another
newly bought computer.
Thanks to all who reply,
"Ismael" <I_Tena@hotmail.com> wrote in message
> Hello everyone,
> Does anyone know how to save the user setting...Most Stable Outlook version for CRM 1.2
I've had numerous pains with Office 2003 with the CRM
toolbars missing and none of the articles I've found have
sorted out the problem...registering dlls...updating
office versions...critical updates...etc etc.
Perhaps by reviewing the responses to this topic, we could
find out who has had the most joy from which version of
the outlook for CRM SFO. The SFO's 'buggy' perceptions
may be solved by stipulating a 'recommended Office
version' in favour of stability, rather than
So, is it:
Office 2000 (Version 9)
Office XP (Version ...Outlook Notes #4
How do you change the look of Notes from full-screen to a
smaller size. There are no drag handles or "top right
hand corner" options.
Sounds like you dragged it too big or maximized it. Can you double-click the
blue bar at the top?
Hope this helps!
Anne Troy (better known as Dreamboat)
Author: Dreamboat on Word
"David" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
news:170d701c420ee$0960a350$a001280a@...Multiple Outlook #2
I imported an Outlook 2000 pst file into Outlook 2003.
Now when I open Outlook my Personal Folders appears 4
times in the left hand "All Mail Folders" When I close
Outlook it gives me an error and msvbvm60.dll is
Any help on how to correct this issue would be greatly
...Outlook 2003 Cant get to newsgroups
I dragged the NEWS icon from tools/customize/commands/go
to the GO button on the tool bar. It worked fine then I
got on a newsgroup and a posting that read "payback"
multiple times. I didnot open the attachment. Next time I
tryied to go to NEWS it was not there. How can I get
newsgroup access back? Tryied reinstalling Outlook2003
and Office 2003 with no luck. Expect the answer to be in
registry. Help please.
I got the similar problem and got the fix. Here is what you need to do:
- add the NEWS button under Go menu
- accept Outlook Express is your default NEWS client
- c...Cannot send mail from outlook, error 0x800CCC78
This message started to appear back in Sept and I haven't been able to send
e-mail from Outlook ever since (apart from a 2 day period in Novemeber when
the issue disappeared just as quickly as it appeared).
I now have to cut and paste e-mail i recieve into the e-mail interface of my
provider in order to get e-mail sent.
I have posted this error 3 times now and haven't got a solution, plenty of
questions about versions, platforms, port numbers etc etc, but no fix.
Judging by the hits on google to this, it is and established problem.
Come on Microsoft, do your stuff.....Outlook attachments #9
Can you seach for any powerpoint attachments in an
Hit Ctrl+Shift+F to bring up the advanced find form.
Then search by "ppt" in "frequently-used text fields."
That will search all fields for the term "ppt" which
should find all the files that have a .ppt extention. I
just tried it, and it seemed to work on mine.
...Cannot open assigned task in Outlook 2003 #2
I am using Outlook 2003 on a XP Home PC.
When a co-worker creates and assigns me a task, it comes into my Inbox
and I can see it in my preview pane, but I cannot open it when I
double-click it and I cannot accept or decline it thru the preview
My co-worker has Outlook 2003 on a XP Pro PC and has no problem opening
and accepting tasks from me.
By the way....when I attempt to open it, absolutely nothing happens
that I can see....no error, no change of screens, nothing!
I have ensured that when the co-worker sends the task, that they do NOT
have "text only" set for me.
THANKS...Outlook vs. Netscape
Maybe someone can help me. I'm encoutering a weird bug and I'd like to
get to the bottom of it and fix it.
I have a system using Windows XP Pro as an OS. I have the Office 2002
suite and for my mail service I use OUTLOOK (not xpress). I had the
McAfee 2003 anti-virus installed which I removed for technical reasons
(annoying tests) and the compuetr was sacnned free from viruses.....
I have an account set up in OUTLOOK, my outgoing and incoming servers
are exactly what they are supposed to be, I can receive all mail but
for some odd reason I'm unable to send anything fr...Outlook 2003: Print address book
I'm running Outlook 2003 as a stand alone program without a network. I
can't print the address book. The address book menu does not offer any
print options including those found in the Help and Support and the MS
Knowledge Base. It also doesn't offer the option to export/import.
What am I missing here?
Operating Windows XP Home SP2, IE 6 SP2, Outlook 2003.
Thanks for any suggestion
There is no address book in Outlook. There are lots of choices for ways to
print your Contacts Folder:
Russ V...How do I export my emails and folders from Outlook to Thunderbird
I'm trying to export my email from and all personal folders from Outlook to
Thunderbird. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Sam
...Outlook 2003 forgets contacts after 1 day
Outlook 2003 is remembering contacts for a day and then automatically
deleting them. I have spent the last hour searching and can't find the right
setting to stop this from happening. Has anyone got any advice?
Outlook does not automatically save Contacts ever. To what feature are you
"slycbod" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Outlook 2003 is remembering contacts for a day and then automatically
> deleting them. I have spent th...CRM 4.0 Outlook RPC pver http
A customer already has SBS with CRM server running. Some employees have
Outlook configured using RPC over http. These users can use CRM using the web
client and need access thru outlook.
Is RPC over http supported in CRM 4.0 ?
What are the issues involved in getting Outlook to work with CRM 4.0 ?
I am yet to review the implementation guide for this situation, any other
blog or guide I need to refer ?
Thanks in advance.
On Aug 14, 1:53=A0am, ShawnK <Sha...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
> A customer already has SBS with CRM server running. Some employees...Outlook 2002 SP3- Runtime Error when opening Outlook
I'm getting a runtime error- Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime
Library / Program C:/Program Files/ microsoftoffice/
office10 /outlook.exe. This App has requested the runtime
to terminate it in an unusal way.
This only happen the first time I open Outlook for the
day. It shuts down, then I can reopen it and all is fine.
I have try to debug it and the detect & repair option in
the help tab.
Any help is Appreciated!
...outlook inbox refresh issue
Has anyone come acrosos an issue in MS Outlook 2000 where
an incoming data packet processes but isn't deleted?
There seems to be a refresh issue. Does anyone have any
Can you give a little more detail? Did you press the delete
key and the message remained in the inbox? Or do you
have a rule processing that should have deleted the
Nikki Peterson [MVP - Outlook]
"Johnny Jackman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Has anyone come acrosos an issue in MS Outlook 2000 where...Conversion from Outlook 2000 to 2003
Currently using Outlook 2000. I am planning on getting a new computer and
it will have Outlook 2003 contained on it. How do I save my "data" files
(active as well as archive) so I can resume using them with my new computer?
Thanks in advance for any help.
Have a great day, except you spammers
To email, remove the obvious
On Thu, 14 Jul 2005 10:10:00 -1000, Les <email@example.com> wrote:
> Currently using Outlook 2000. I am planning on getting a new computer
> it will have Outlook 2003 contained on it. How do I save my "data&qu...Setting up my Outlook at home
How do I set up my Outlook 2003 to work from home, but leave the messages on
the server (as I do at the office)?
I right-click Outlook and choose Email accounts.
I choose Microsoft Exchange Server.
I put in our server and my user name.
I also uncheck "Use Cached Exchange Mode", which is what I assumed was what
would move the data to my machine (which I don't want).
When I say click next, I get the Message:
"Mail from this Microsoft Exchange Server account will be delivered to the
existing Personal Folder on your local computer. If you wish to keep your
mail on your server...Outlook Express #60
I don't even know if this is the correct newsgroup to
post, but I can't find any group under the name Outlook
Express, so I'm trying my luck here.
I'm due to upgrade to a new computer, and I'm wondering
if I have to save my old mails into diskette or CD. I
certainly don't want to lose all my old mails collected
in Outlook Express. The big problem is - I'm not able to
find anything in Outlook Express that looks like the data
files for my old mails. So what do people do when they
want to keep their old mails in the course of changing
"p...Outlook 2003 not displaying multipart/mixed messages properly
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
I know that Outlook is known for having problems displaying =
multipart/mixed messages but this is just weird.
I am using Outlook 2003 with a POP email account and occasionally with =
an email that has been exchanged a few times already and I will send out =
a reply and when the person replies back to me what they wrote no longer =
appears in the email. I basically get back a copy of the email I sent =...reply formatting in Outlook 2010
I set up my normal.email.dotm file to have 12 pts below each
paragraph, which helps formatting issues when sending emails to people
using gmail and other programs that interpret paragraph breaks
differently than Outlook.
That works just fine with new emails. However, when I reply to an
email, even an html email, the formatting is not applied. I can fix
this by choosing Format Text and then setting the spacing as per
above, but this is a pain in the neck.
Why don't reply emails use the same template? Is there a way to
template replies so i can use the same formatting?
thanks in advance,
...Print from Outlook to Avery Rolodex Cards
I am unable to find any way to print my Outlook contacts
list on Avery Small Rotary Cards #8385.
Please advise. And thanks much.
...error message in Outlook after running windows and office updates
I am hoping someone can help me with this. When ever a
few staff tries to send a new e-mail, a message "Do you
want to save changes" come up and on the back of this
message I see the spell checker box come up. The problem
is that if you click on "no" on the error message, it
comes up with another message something like "running out
of memory". I just ran all the windows and office updates
on all the machines in the company and so far two
employees are having this problem. Is this something to
do with the updates? Any suggestions?
did you try ...