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Icloud Email in Outlook 2010

Q: Icloud Email in Outlook 2010

I need help with setting up this Icloud email account to Outlook 2010.

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A: Icloud Email in Outlook 2010

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I have windows 7 and outlook 2010 on a PC. When linking to icloud and enabling it to synch with icloud, icloud took the contacts off my computer (at least it seems that way). In trying to resolve the issue and talking with Apple and Omnitech, a variety of solutions were tried. I now have all my contacts in the right categories showing up on my PC, but it appears that they are not on the PC but in the cloud. My goal is to copy one of my categories, mailing list, into a  new separate folder in the folder list in order to use it to merge with Word and make labels. In the past, I could right click on the mailing list category and drag it to the new folder that I created. It would then ask if I wanted it to copy the file there or move it. I copied it to the new folder and then was able to merge it with word. Currently, when I try to drag the file to the folder, it indicates that this action can not be done. It appears to me that the reason this is occurring is that the contact file is in the cloud not on the computer.  ?? I would like to create a file with my contacts on the PC with the contacts in the right categories and not duplicating what is currently showing up from the cloud. I believe once I do this I will again be able to copy the category to the new folder.

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hello,

i, the ****up wonder deleted my icloud contacts in outlook, i had it appear in some sort of miracle i cant remember too clearely how, but it wont. I did it without the 3rd party softwares, there must be a way to make it happen again !

anybody know how lol?

thanks

A:deleted icloud contacts in outlook 2010

y? it,s fixed...

icloud from control panel then:

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Trying to set up my @me.com email on outlook on my pc and it will not take my password. My password is correct and I have verified it.
 

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Good morning everyone,
 
So the other day something incredibly weird had occurred. I was receiving email normally on my phone, came into work, logged in, and began working on my trouble tickets. I noted that when I went back to Outlook to view an email, the email in particular was gone... and then all were gone. My folders, and emails within them, still remained the same. I attempted to research what on Earth happened but I haven't been able to find anything specific to my issue.
 
I'm using Outlook 2010 connected to an Exchange 2010 server for work. Outlook was setup as cached exchange mode but that has since been changed. The emails also disappeared from my phone's inbox too... it's as if everything was deleted and Exchange figured that's what it should be and synced everything that way. Deleting my OST didn't resolve or resync anything. I ran the scanpst tool on the ost file which reports 93 errors, but as I read the scanpst tool can't repair an OST and thus doesn't do anything.
 
Does Outlook have some sort of log that may explain what on Earth happened? I can't find any error messages or any other reasons for what may have happened. My view settings weren't changed, nothing has changed on my end. There is no spyware / malware installed on the PC as far as I can tell. No real issues in the Sync issues folder other than a Forms syncing issue which seems to be related to Exchange needing a patch (but can otherwise be ignored).
 
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A:Outlook 2010 / Exchange 2010 randomly deleted inbox email?

Are you the only person using that Exchange server who has this issue? Check with the IT department to see if they can recover the emails in your mailbox from the server. It's possible they recently did some maintenance on the mail server that caused this issue. That fact that both Outlook and your phone are having this issue points to this being an Exchange server problem, as Outlook uses autodiscover and MAPI while your phone uses ActiveSync to connect to the server.
 
Do you have access to your email using Outlook Web Access? If so, log in and see if the emails are there. If not, it's definitely a server issue.
 
If your mail is still on the server, one thing you could try is re-enabling the cached Exchange mode, saving the change, and then restarting Outlook. The last thing to try is to delete the email account profile and recreate it. Make sure to get the proper settings from IT if you don't already have them -- although since you are using Exchange and autodiscover, that's usually just a case of entering your username and password when you recreate it.

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We are running Exchange 2003 SP2 and our clients have Office 2010. Our Outlook profiles are created automatically by using Group Policy to set a registry key which points to a PRF file with all the Outlook settings. Lately, many of our users are reporting that their emails are getting stuck in the Outbox. If you look at their Outlook profile, they have two Exchange accounts listed. You cannot delete either of them; it gives a message that this is the default email account.
 
The immediate solution is to recreate the user's Outlook profile. This allows the stuck email to send. The real issue is that this keeps occurring. Recreating the Outlook profile sometimes fixes the problem for a long time, months maybe. But other times the problem occurs the next day. This is happening with users who have established Outlook profiles as well as new users logging into their PCs for the first time. I've attached the code from our PRF. Any help is appreciated, as we have around 400 active users and we're constantly chasing after this issue.

A:Outlook 2010 Email Stuck in Outbox; Corrupt Outlook Profile

Couple steps you may apply...
 
1. Repair the offline file with a Microsoft utility called SCANOST.exe. I’ve seen this file reside in a number of different locations, mainly within Program Files. It might be best to search for it with Windows or Google Desktop. SCANPST.exe will also work, though you’ll have to go digging for your outlook.ost, which should be near c:\Documents and Settings\ %profile%\ Local Settings\ Application Data\ Microsoft\ Outlook\ outlook.ost. If your file is significant in size, you’ll save a lot of time with the repair operation by not creating a backup. Because if the repair finishes successfully and Outlook still bombs, you’ll need to.
2. Shutdown Outlook completely, including any runaway outlook.exe processes in the task manager. Open Mail in the Control Panel and before you delete your profile completely, write down the server settings! There’s no need to worry about backing up your mail as it’s stored on the Exchange server. (Essentially, you’re deleting that outlook.ost when you drop your mail profile.) Now, start Outlook and it will create a new profile, where you’ll configure the server with the information you wrote down previously.
 
If steps above don’t work or you need to get more variants of .pst restoration, visit...
http://www.filerepairforum.com/forum/microsoft/microsoft-aa/outlook/1503-is-there-any-opportunity-to-recover-huge-pst-file-over-6gb - multi functional user comm... Read more

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Yes, I just recently installed Microsoft Office 2010 Pro onto my computer. I have run into a bit of a problem. I wanna make Microsoft Outlook 2010 the default email client for my user side and I wanna leave Outlook Express as default for another user on my computer. I cannot seem to figure out how to do this because once you pick a default email program on one user desktop it also makes it the default for other users on the computer. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

A:Microsoft Outlook 2010 defaul email/Outlook Express default for other

Sorry, that can't be done because the default email application is "global" (All Users).
 

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When I select 'New Email' (to create a new e-mail) or "Reply" the template does not come up on the screen.

When I go to the task bar I can see the templates but they won't appear on the screen.



Please help!

George Forsa
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A:Outlook 2010 New Email

Hi,

Can you take a screen capture of what you are seeing, and then post it here?

Thanks,
Golden

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I've had this problem where a couple months ago my email stopped refreshing. To sort this I tried to delete the email from my computer and the re login. When I did this it deleted all my past emails and still won't retrieve my new ones. When I try to have a look at the sync settings it won't let me click on it. Anyone know how to fix it?
 

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I can't set up my iCloud email address on my Win 7 or Win 10 laptops. I've tried the me.com and the icloud.com but after "churning" for 2 or 3 minutes it says the connection failed. It works on my iPad with no problems. Does any one have a solution?
 

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Email will not open. Double-clicking usually works but doesn't do anything now. Alternatively, I right-click on any email and there is never an option to open it. I've tried shutting down and re-starting both the program and the computer [a couple times] with no change. Emails continue to come in normally and I can view them in a side panel but since I can't open them I can't respond or forward them.
 

A:Email in Outlook 2010 won't open

Try running the Office Diagnostics:

Open Outlook.
Click Help >> Office Diagnostics
 

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I have to move from my current email client 'Windows Live Mail 2012' as it will no longer work with Outlook.com.

Can I use the Outlook program in Office 2010, i.e. Outlook 2010?

If not what would you recommend as a free email client?

Both my wife and I currently use Hotmail accounts

A:Can I use Outlook 2010 as email client in W10 64?

Yes, you will be able to use Outlook 2010.

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Hi Folks
I use windows 7 64 bit; I use outlook.com for email and I use outlook 2010 to configure my email on my P.C. I also get my email on my ipad and my iphone 5. Up until yesterday, no problem. I then changed my email password on Outlook.com. I tried to change the password in Outlook 2010 and it says it cannot connect to the server. I also tried to change the password on ipad and iphone and I get an incorrect password error. I know I am typing the correct password because I can access email thru outlook.com. I also tried to connect manually to the email server and got the same message. Can someone please help me with this issue. I have already spend hours on it. Thank you!!!
 

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I can access email thru outlook.comClick to expand...


tried to connect manually to the email serverClick to expand...

I'm not understanding the difference here. What is "the email server" and how do you "connect manually"?
 

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Hello. can anyone help.
I am trying to add a POP email account to Outlook 2010. I've established network connection but cannot retrieve the Outlook Test message. An error box comes & says unable to connect to the server. 550.5.7.1 message content. I have had this POP account on previous versions of Outlook 2010, & it was ok I am puzzled.
Many Thanks
Brusselsprout

A:Cannot add new email account in Outlook 2010

Without knowing more about your mail server name and such.
Have you tried to Ping your mail server? like from the run cmd prompt ping mail.xxx.xxx
I ping mail.cpcug.org to verify that the server is on-line and responding.

You could double check all the options in outlook setup email accounts to make sure that
you have spelled everything correctly, that sometimes is the problem where mispelling will
mess you up.

also the more settings options will have to be looked at to make sure that the boxes are checked correctly.

These things can get tricky if you misspell, many mail servers want your complete email address for the logon userid..

YMMV
Rich

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I have a total of 4 different email accounts, 3 I have had for some time now. The fourth one is new, and I can not for the life of me get it to work. When I add it as a new email account, it get to the part where it want's to log on to server and send a test message, I get a pop up asking me to enter my user name and password for the following server, over and over again. I have not had these issues with my other accounts, and I know the password is correct because I use the same password for all of my accounts. I have tried to add this new account numerous times to no avail. I have double checked everything in both my outlook account as well as my online comcast.net account.

Help please,
Tina

A:Can't add new email account to outlook 2010

Try changing your user name to something else. It's possible the user name you are using is already being used by someone else on that email server.

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With previous versions of MS Outlook you could right-click on a received e-mail and select 'properties' from the drop-down. This would show the full return paths and the true address of the sender.
How would one go about getting to this information?
I did a google but the link was broke

Cheers

A:Outlook 2010 Email properties

This option has been removed from the context (right click) menu in Outlook 2010 but there are alternative ways to access the dialog still and see the Internet headers of that message.
By opening the message first

If you open the message in its own window (via a double click), then you can access the Message Options of that message via;
File-> Info-> button Properties
By leaving the message closed

If you do not want to open the message first, but want to access the Message Options dialog directly from within the main Outlook window, then you can add the Message Options command to your Quick Access Toolbar;
File-> Options
Select the Quick Access Toolbar on the left.
Set the ?Choose commands from? dropdown list to; Commands Not in the Ribbon
From the command list select; Message Options?
Press the ?Add > >? button.
Press OK.
The option is now added to the Quick Access Toolbar at the top of your Outlook window and view the Internet headers of a message without needing to open it first.

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outlook 2010 won't open e mails by double clicking on the mail. If I tap the "enter key" the mail will open
 

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Email will not open. Double-clicking usually works but doesn't do anything now. Alternatively, I right-click on any email and there is never an option to open it. I've tried shutting down and re-starting both the program and the computer [a couple times] with no change. Emails continue to come in normally and I can view them in a side panel but since I can't open them I can't respond or forward them. Help!
 

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I have a total of 4 different email accounts, 3 I have had for some time now. The fourth one is new, and I can not for the life of me get it to work. When I add it as a new email account, it get to the part where it want's to log on to server and send a test message, I get a pop up asking me to enter my user name and password for the following server, over and over again. I have not had these issues with my other accounts, and I know the password is correct because I use the same password for all of my accounts. I have tried to add this new account numerous times to no avail. I have double checked everything in both my outlook account as well as my online comcast.net account.

Help please,
Tina

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I've used outlook since 2003 and have recently changed my reading pane from bottom to right
I like the change except that now when I click on an email it will pop out
How can I prevent outlook from doing this?

A:How to prevent email pop out in Outlook 2010

Go to view and select 'Reading Pane' I believe the option should be called.

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Fail to receive selected emails in Outlook 2010 on Win7 platform that I'm able to receive in Outlook Express 6 on XP platform.

Even more baffling, if I forward the email I was able to receive in Outlook Express, I'm then able to receive the email in Outlook 2010.
 

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For some reason when I have the view set to preview the right side where the preview email is supposed to be is blank....all I have is a list of the emails on the left. Anyone else have this problem?

A:Cannot preview email in Outlook 2010

I have no issues viewing emails either on bottom, right etc.

Use the 'Change View' on the top left, and also also set the 'Reading Pane'

Are you sure you have an email highlighted , not just showing the account.

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keeps telling me settings are out of date whenever i try to hook up icloud email and yahoo account email. the only email that seems to connect is my schools email.any ideas?i keep deleting the email and trying to resign in and it just keeps giving me the same error message? 

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Hi Guys is it possible to set up my Outlook 2010 to delete my email from the server once I have downloaded and read them ?

Many thanks

Steve

A:Delete Email from Server using Outlook 2010

Yes, you can delete email from the server using Outlook 2010.

Exactly how can depend on: What type of email account(s) you have such as IMAP, POP3, ...
Who the email provider(s) are such as Gmail, Hotmail, ...
How you want your email saved...
I'm assuming this is for Home email and you installed, configure, and control Outlook.

If this is for any Work email account(s) where Outlook is controlled by "Corp. policy / Email administrator" that can make a difference.

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Hi,

I have an unusual problem.

I need to change my email account within Outlook but when I go to 'Account Settings' there are no accounts there, and so nothing to change.

What could be causing this, how do I access my account and how do I rectify it??

Many thanks!
 

A:Outlook 2010 - invisible email account

Are you sure that your email is coming in through Outlook?

Post a screen shot of the Account Settings pane!
 

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I want to color code my e-mails (the same way I did in Outlook 2003). When I go to
[View, View settings, Conditional formatting, Add] - I find that the “Add” is greyed out. It is unavailable to me.
How can I color code my e-mails in 2010 just the same way as I did in Outlook 2003?
 

A:Color Code Email in Outlook 2010

Try visiting this site for a solution

http://www.howto-outlook.com/Howto/coloremailadvanced.htm
 

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I tried to set up my college email (.edu) in recently installed outlook 2010. I did something about Exchange (I don't remember exactly what I did..) when outlook first popped up, and now it won't let me do anything.
When I open outlook, it comes up with the error message: "The connection to Microsoft Exchange is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action. "
I click okay and a box comes up wanting me to enter Microsoft Exchange Server and Mailbox. I try putting my info in but I don't know exactly what to put. If I click okay, an error comes up. "Cannot open your default e-mail folders. The file...is not an Outlook data file (.ost)."
I click okay and it completely closes outlook.
I've tried to click file in the main window, but it either doesn't let me or says, "Not Responding."
How do I fix it? Thanks!

A:I'm having an error with setting up my .edu email in Outlook 2010.

Can you try this. Go to Tools > Account Settings > Below email select "New" > Click Next > Enter your information > Finish

Then go back and do this same process, but select remove instead of new.

Let me know if this worked.

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There was an old thread from last year, which described a problem with Outlook 2010 Contact records, but which did not offer a definitive solution. This is to follow up with such a solution.
The problem sometimes arises when you try to edit an existing contact record by adding a new email address. When you enter the new email address, and when you then move on to the next field, the new email address sometimes disappears. IOW, Outlook will not allow you to add the email address. This problem appears to be related to Outlook's autofill feature... if you've received an email from the contact using that new email address, Outlook will autofill the Contact email field with that address. But it won't accept it, and it disappears as soon as you move to the next field.
The offered solution from last year's thread was to clear the autofill cache, and to see if that would work. But there was no report as to whether or not that solution worked, and it's rather cumbersome to find and delete the whole cache file. That thread is now closed.
I tried a simpler solution that did work: deleting the offending email address from autofill. This is easily done by starting a new email message to the contact person in question. When you start to type the person's name or email address into the To: line of the new message, Outlook will suggest the offending email address. Simply delete that autofill suggestion (there's an x next to it).
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A:Outlook 2010 won't accept email address

howdy, and welcome to TSG......

do you have a link to that thread? If so, I can merge this with that, and maintain some sort of continuity....

thanks,

v
 

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Tried to send an email to a friend and noticed that they are no longer in the address book? So tried to re-enter them as a new contact. When I got to the email address block, I started to type in the email address and the old address showed up. I selected it and when I try to go to the next line, it disappears. Tried a save and close, the name shows up but no email address?? ARghhhh! Help please.

A:Outlook 2010 adding email address

Try deleting his contact info and then re-adding it using clicking on the new items drop-down and then selecting 'contact'

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I think i set (not sure) the appropriate Rules and alerts in Outlook 2010, and File-Options Mail..tick "show an envelope icon in the taskbar" (attached) to show the envelope (see attached) when emails arrive in my inbox, but the envelope doesn`t appear. It will appear when i send an email to myself.
Could someone take me through the settings for the envelope to appear on all emails. The sound happens when emails arrive. My computer-
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This is similar to other threads about 2 inboxes in Outlook but the solutions there have not worked for me. I am having difficulty with Outlook 2010 under Windows 7 (Ultimate).

Outlook 2010 was working fine in Win Xp but not since I i installed Win 7 Ultimate.

I rebuilt my Pc from scratch with Windows 7 Ultimate having backed all the data, outlook data files and Favorites.

When I installed Office 2010 and ran Outlook for the first time it took me thorugh the process of setting up my single email account. The worked fine and a test email arrived as expected. Then I tried to import my backup up Outlook.pst file and got the message that I did not have access tot his file????.

SO i quit Outlook and copied the Outlook.pst file to the location replacing the outlook.pst file that was there.

I ran outlook again and the old Personal Folder appeaed complete with all my old files calendar etc etc. However there were two inboxes called [email protected] All new received and sent email arrived here whereas my old files were in the Personal folder.

Ok after exploring changing the email details, and exploring changing the data files only to find the personal data file was the default and there was no way I could change it.

SO I copied all my folders from the Personal Folder to the new folder whose title was my email address. This was time consuming and slow but I eventually got all the files across on this new "personal" folder.

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A:Outlook 2010 - 2 inboxes only 1 email acount

You should be able to do it through the system registry.

Backup your registry first, and then navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Office and delete it.

This will remove the hive for Office 2010.

Close regedit and restart your computer. Re-install Office 2010 and re-configure Outlook.

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Did the Search - can't find current help for this problem. Old computer still sends/receives email, but new computer will send but not receive - keeps downloading over 4,000 emails, but never brings them to the In-Box where I could then delete them. I'm a 1-person business and I've spent so many hours trying to fix this - can someone help? Thanks
 

A:Outlook 2010 (32 bit) w/Windows 7 (64 bit) - can't receive email

I also am a 1-person business & have spent about 12 hours on Outlook 2010 on windows 7 64-b to finally get the new puter also downloading 1000s of emails but not receiving current emails. Sending works, but still looking for a solution. Anyone? Thank you also.
 

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Hi

I'm using Outlook 2010. I'm typing an email address into a contact, and it lets me type it in but then when I hit tab or return the address just vanishes. It's happening with an email address that Outlook already knows, so it suggests it as I type it; it seems not to happen with an email address that Outlook doesn't already know.

Any suggestions?

My system info:
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Motherboard: Hewlett-Packard, 166F
Antivirus: BullGuard Antivirus, Updated and Enabled

Thanks!
 

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This is a repost of an earlier message that expired before it ever got a reply. I had the exact same problem tonight and I think I found the cause. Here's the meat of the original post by cruciverbalist:

http://forums.techguy.org/all-other-software/1069269-outlook-2010-wont-accept-email.html

Outlook 2010 won't accept email address

I'm using Outlook 2010. I'm typing an email address into a contact, and it lets me type it in but then when I hit tab or return the address just vanishes. It's happening with an email address that Outlook already knows, so it suggests it as I type it; it seems not to happen with an email address that Outlook doesn't already know.

Any suggestions?

Thanks!

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I had this same problem tonight and it was very frustrating. Whether I typed out the full address or used the autosuggest feature after the first few letters, the result was the same. It would disappear when I tried to save the contact. Here's how I got around it. In my case, I looked up the email sent by the person with the address that the Contact page would not accept. The address as received in the email had the first letter capitalized. On the Contact page the auto-filled email address did not (and when I typed it myself I didn't capitalize it) and therefore didn't match exactly. When I retyped the email address in the Contact page using the same capitalization and saved it everyth... Read more

A:Outlook 2010 won't accept email address

I'm thinking there's a problem with the 'autocomplete cache' that may continue to haunt. I would clear the cashe and let it start over. Instructions here http://www.groovypost.com/howto/microsoft/disable-clear-outlook-2010-auto-complete-cache/
 

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If I want to switch from using Outlook 2010 to some other email program like Thunderbird or Zimbra, is it possible to import & use my Outlook 2010 files in the new email program? If so, how?
Thanks.
 

A:Is It Possible to Use Outlook 2010 Files In Other Email Programs?

I have not done so, but it certainly appears that Thunderbird will import from Outlook. Clicking on Tools - Import... gives the window shown in my screen shot attachment.
 

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Hello. I've been using Outlook since 1998 and I think I am hitting "the wall" with this particular problem.A couple of months ago I noticed that MS Outlook 2010/64 bit with Windows 7 OS was acting a wee bit unstable as it was crashing periodically when I would open an email. It was a minor annoyance that I just worked around. About a month ago, I discovered that if I opened the reading pane view for viewing email, the program would crash immediately. And now, Outlook has become a door stop as within the past week, I can no longer open any emails as the program crashes each and every time.I happened to run a utility program called "Mini Tool Box" yesterday on a "malware hunt" (a process I learned through this forum) which reports everything that is running on your PC. It also reports faulting applications, which in my case was Outlook 2010. I took the pertinent data from this report and sought a solution. A forum that I came across advised to run the Inbox Repair Tool (scanpst.exe). I did so and the program found errors (it does not quantify what errors or how many errors if found). I let the program run, rebooted, and Outlook continued to crash as before.
 
Note:  The crashing of MS Outlook 2010 has occurred without provocation from changes in my system.  I have not added, deleted, any programs.  I do a weekly defrag and a sweep with a spy bot and C. Cleaner. I would appreciate any advice on repairing this pesky problem. Thank you.Jim Consid... Read more

A:Outlook 2010 Crashes when opening an email

Do you have any Outlook add-ons enabled? Try disabling or removing them. http://email.about.com/od/outlooktips/qt/uninstall_addin.htm
You can also try going into Control Panel>Programs and Features, select Outlook and click Repair. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook-help/repair-office-programs-HA010357402.aspx
Just on the off chance your default font in Outlook is Helvetica: http://www.slipstick.com/emo/2010/up101209.htm#1
 
The 0xc0000005 error code can be caused by a number of issues. Does the error code only occur with the Outlook.exe file? The likely cause is a problem with the way the program was installed or updated. If not, it could be anything from malware, to damaged system files, to bad RAM or drivers.

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I recently added MS 2010 and want to create email accts. to our ATT server. MS refers me to ATT, and ATT wants $99.00 to walk me through the steps that Outlook does automatically, and very quick with other servers. If anyone can help I would be grateful!

Thanks
 

A:Outlook 2010 vs. ATT Server - Cannot Add Email Address TO ATT

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Hi all. I just installed Outlook 2010 and created 3 email accounts, 2 from Hotmail and the other from my ISP (cablevision). It seems that my folders from Hotmail came over but not those from my ISP. Should they have? Also, how do I import my contact into Outlook? I certainly don't want to re-enter them again. Thanks. Alan
 

A:Outlook 2010 email account creation

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I am unable to forward my sky.com email account to outlook 2010. I have followed all on screen instructions that I can find but nothing seems to work. Outlook can't find the sky server or send a test email. I have in the past set it up to forward to outlook 2003 on XP so I know it's possible. Has anyone else had this problem? In much need of help to solve this problem.

A:Problems forwarding email to outlook 2010

Welcome
If you follow these instructions carefully, it will work.
Sky Broadband - Configure POP3 IMAP for Windows in Mail in Vista

Are these the instructions that you followed?
Be sure that all the port numbers are correct and you follow the instructions for PPP3 or SMPT as applicable.

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Hi all,

I need to automatically forward an email onto another account (using a rule), however, i need this to strip out the body of the email and only leave the subject and the attachment.

Im guessing i need to do this in VBA as a script on the rule, however, Ive tried a few (basic) options but cant master anything that remotly works.

Are you able to assist?

Thanks
 

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We are in the middle of moving from a local exchange server to using Microsoft hosted mail. Currently, both our local mail and office 365 mail are active. As an intermediary step, I am attaching both accounts to our current version of outlook (2010), so that people can move mail through Outlook at their own pace. So far, I've set this up a dozen times with minimal issues, but I have run into a strange problem.
 
One user's outlook fails repeatedly to add the account. It acts like it's working fine, but when outlook requests the password, my user types it in, and the box requesting the password pops up again. If told to cancel, an error pops up, stating that the exchange server cannot be found, and that outlook needs to be online. I neglected to get the complete message, but that is the gist.
 
The same email can be setup on a different machine, and the password is correct because it was used to set up one drive on the same machine. I even tried creating a new mail profile, but it also had issues. The problem has to be with that installation of outlook, specifically, and possibly the user profile. This user has had a lot of issues with their outlook before, sometimes due to data size issues (too many names in the junk list, just flat too much email, period).
 
They currently have a lot of .pst archived folders attached to outlook as a compromise to keeping the inbox small, and I'm wondering if this could have any impact. Has anyone heard of this problem, or... Read more

A:Attaching an office 365 email to outlook 2010

Never mind. I kind of answered my own question after I thought about it.
 
FYI: Even if the main profile is under 2 GB, if all the open data files exceed a certain size (I'm not sure how much, but this was over 6 GB) it will not add a new profile. I closed the other data files and was then able to add the new email without issue. After restarting outlook, I was able to reopen the other data files, and all seems to be well now.

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Greetings all,

I'm a real newbie to this forum, so if I have posted this in the incorrect location just let me know. Thanks -

When I create a new email and begin to type in a name, for example J, a window/drop-down appears and shows me 3 names that begin with the letter "J" and the next name shown begins with the letter "L". Since I actually have 26 names that begin with "J" why can't I scroll down the list and pick the one I want?

If I double click on the "To" it will bring up my address book and then I can type "J" and it will show me all the "J"s that I can choose from. However, that is obviously another step to go through that wastes time. Is there an option I need to check to allow the first window/drop down to show me more options, or another solution?

Thanks in advance for any information you can provide to solve this problem for me.

Ron

A:Outlook 2010 email addresses to choose from??

Hi Ron, maybe I'm missing something, but the more letters you type, the narrower the field becomes.

So for example, if I start off with "L" all the names with L will pop-up, as I type the second letter, LI, all the names with LI will stay and everything else drops off and so on. That's the way the "auto" feature is designed to work.

The other way you could do it is just type the entire name in the To box and hit Check Names and the box that opens will have a list of all the people with that name, then you just choose the one you want.

Hope this helps.

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I am using Outlook 2010 on Windows 7. When I am in my home-city, I can send/receive emails without problem. However, when I travel abroad, I can only receive emails through Outlook 2010; can not send emails. Any ideas?
 

A:Outlook 2010 - cant send email when overseas

How is your E-Mail provider? If its your internet provider, it's possible that the outgoing server is only used when you are connected to their internet service.

Check with them if they have an additional outgoing (SMTP) server that you can use while you are not on their service.
 

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How can I print ONLY the most recent reply in a long set of email replies which form several pages?
Help would be much appreciated. Thanks
John

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I am trying to transfer old stored emails from my old Windows XP computer that used an MSN email program to my new Windows 7 computer that is using Microsoft Outlook.
I have just purchased a new computer with Windows 7 and Office 2010 Professional. My email server is MSN.com and I was using their email program. I want to use Outlook on my new computer. In the setting up access to my email account, the setup program took me through Microsoft Connections and I was able to access my email account. I now want to move the emails I have stored on my old computer under personal data storage (on my hard drive) to my new computer.
I contacted MSN support asking how I might accomplish this. They advised me to move the emails back to a server folder and the emails and subfolders would then show up in Outlook. I tried this with a small group of emails (in a folder) and it worked. I then moved the emails to the Personal Data File area in Outlook (on my new computer). The next day I repeated the transfer process with additional emails, but this time Outlook did not show the old emails on the server. I can still see the emails on the server if I use the MSN mail program, but they are not showing up in Outlook. I have tried the transfer several times with the same results of Outlook not seeing the old emails. All new emails received are appearing normally in both Outlook and in the MSN email program. The MSN support individuals suspect I might have tripped some type of function or setting th... Read more

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