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Microsoft Outlook 2003 Data File Management

Q: Microsoft Outlook 2003 Data File Management

Now that we have started a new year, I would like to start "from scratch" with Microsoft Outlook 2003, but I do not want to completely delete all of the e-mails received during 2006, although I will no longer require them to be accessible from within Microsoft Outlook 2003.

Is this as simple as moving the current Data File (“.PST”) to a back-up location, and creating a new, empty one for 2007?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Preferred Solution: Microsoft Outlook 2003 Data File Management

I recommend downloading and running Outlook PST Repair. It's a PST repair tool that I've used it in the past to recover emails, contacts, tasks and notes from corrupt Outlook files that are damaged or inaccessible. Supports Outlook 2000, 2002, 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013.

You can download it direct from this link http://goo.gl/1bjhSi. (This link will automatically start a download of Outlook PST Repair that you can save to your computer.)

A: Microsoft Outlook 2003 Data File Management

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We've found (on some customers) a new wave of attacks over non-protected or up to date Microsoft Server 2003 (even there is no kind of support nowadays for it)
We think this attack and encryption has some similar actions as in 2014 appeared to be spreading but ...
Ok, the information:
Two Servers, both with Microsoft Server 2003 and remote access not secured (weak password)
First Server lost all data and after the attack only appears a big file named BACKUP (> 10GB) and the text (russian pirate) asking for 3000€ to recover the data sending an email to a 'mail.ru' address with the IP as reference (curious)
Second Server that performs the data backup over a NAS lost all data from it and also the NAS (which was linked to), appearing TWO big files named BACKUP-1 and BACKUP-2 also, theorically, encrypted
Seems they made somekind of encrypted wallet (as old time before) and put all the data inside, just moving it (so, no way to look for deleted data)
We can not send more info at the moment, we only have the big files and nothing more, a plain text with short instructions to do.
Any idea? We think this new wave of attacks respond to an old vulnerability not covered or repaired, so now the dammage is done and we would like to know if there is some kind of hope for these customers or the new ones that soon will appear.
Thanks for reading.

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Is an Outlook 2003 data file compatible with Outlook 2007? I hope to be able to copy the details of my Outlook 2003 email accounts, emails, contacts etc into an Outlook 2007 installation on another machine. Can I simply copy the data file over to the Outlook 2007 installation and select it as the data file to use in Outlook 2007?

Will this process copy the passwords and settings stored in my Outlook 2003 installation? Or, will I have to reconfigure the email accounts and passwords again in Outlook 2007?

Any advice most appreciated.

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I'm working in Windows for Mac on a MacBook Pro. I'm trying to import my old PC email archives files (in pst format). I get the message:
ANSI-formatted .pst files, also known as Outlook 97-2002 Personal Folders Files, were the standard personal folder format for saving data in Outlook for Windows in versions 97-2002. This file format can't be imported into Outlook for Mac.
Beginning with Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, a new Personal Folders file (.pst) format was introduced that supports multilingual Unicode data and offers greater storage capacity for items and folders. Outlook for Mac can import this newer, Unicode version of the Personal Folders file (.pst) format.
If you have the older version of the ANSI-formatted .pst file, there is no automated procedure to convert that file to the newer file format. However, you can create a new Outlook Data File (.pst) in Outlook 2003 (for Windows) or later versions, and then import items from the older file into the new file. You can then import the new .pst file into Outlook for Mac.But how do I create a new Outlook Data File (.pst) in Outlook 2003 (for Windows) or later versions??

A:How do I create an Outlook Data File (.pst) in Outlook 2003

try this pdf I made

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I have a desktop computer and a laptop computer that are networked together.

I run Microsoft Outlook 2003 on both computers, and I would like to share the data between the two.

For example, is it possible to automatically have Microsoft Outlook 2003 synchronise elements such as the address book and e-mail messages? I am looking at a way to avoid having to manually update new contacts, etcetera, on both machines.

More specifically...how can I have the "Data File" (".PST") automatically updated between the two machines?

Any help would be appreciated.

A:Solved: Sharing Data Between Networked Computers With Microsoft Outlook 2003

Still no ideas on this one?

Any help would be appreciated.

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We have a user who when opening Outlook 2003 on a Win XP machine gets the following error message:

"Microsoft Office Outlook-Data file mailbox %user% not closed properly. File being checked for problems".

This takes approx. 15-20 minutes to run.

A:Outlook 2003 data file error

Make sure the user is closing out of Oulook properly, also try the SCANPST.EXE tool located somewhere in the C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\MSMAPI\1033 folder.

You could also delete and let Oulook rebuild the .OST file.

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I am setting up a new computer and want to move my outlook data to the new machine. I can not find the file, even with show hidden files checked. Search shows no .pst files. Any ideas? Thanks, Carol

A:Finding Outlook 2003 data file in Vista

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I am trying to create a new outlook data file, but when I open the new file I have the same info that my other file has. And if I change one thing it changes in both files. Can you tell me how to create a new pst data file with no data in it.

A:Need help to create blank Outlook 2003 pst data file

Create a new profile

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Hello. I am using Windows XP. I just tried to create a new outlook data file (Outlook 2003) and it was successful except for the fact that instead of the usual set of default folders it only has 2 folders in it, the "Deleted Items" and "Search Folders". Nothing else.

In the past when I have created a new pst file it has always had the usual default folders in it:
Deleted Items
Junk Email
Sent Items
Search Folders

I have done a "Detect and Repair" on Outlook 2003 which it completed successfully, but with no changes to this problem. Googling the issue has yielded no results either, so since I have frequently found answers to my problems on this forum I am trying you guys to see if anyone might be able to help me learn what the trouble is here.

Thank you in advance for any help you may be able to offer.

A:Outlook 2003 new data file doesn't have default folders

Hi SomePerson
Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

That is normal, when the Personal Folders (.pst file) becomes the Default Delivery Location, it will then take on the Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items etc., folders.

Are you planning on using the new Personal Folders for storage?

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1) Anyone experienced this oddity?

I simply cannot find the FILE >>> "data file management tab"

I can't find any way to add the option to the "FILE" menu, eg in the OPTIONS >>> CUSTOMISE field.

2) As Sysadmin, I occasionally have to tidy up several .pst data files, which I connect to, and can see in the "folder view" pane, but I can't find a way to rename the individual "outlook today" main folders (option is greyed-out... I can only re-name the sub-folders)
Thanks for any help you can give!

A:Outlook 2000 sp3: No "data file management" option!

Hi blast9,

e.g. to get to the Compact Now option:

Right Click on the Outlook Today folder in Outlook ande select Properties.
Offline Folder Settings.
Compact Now.

I'm used to the Data File Management Option also, but had to find the above on a different machine I was using.


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Hey TSG,


Windows XP SP2 with all updates
MS Office 2003 with all updates
Windows is set up with 3 user profiles - error only occurs on "administrator"

PC appears to be clean: I run SPYBOT and AdAware regularly, and CCleaner and Registry Mechanic occasionally. I use fully updated Trend Micro PC-cillin Virus Protection and firewall.


For no apparent reason, when I open Outlook I get the message "Data file 'Personal Folders' was not closed properly. The file is being checked for problems" .....pause

...and then Outlook closes. (NOTE: any recommended solution that requires Outlook to be open cannot be applied). I have researched the Web forums and one suggestion was that the .pst file is too large. I back up the .pst file every night and last night's file was 352 meg which does not seem to be too big.




PS: I can get e-mail on-line

A:Outlook 2003 - Error "Data File 'Personal Folders' was not closed properly"

Well the good news is that your .pst file is not too large... the maximum limit for previous versions of office .pst files was 2 GB... usually corruption occurs before this point though (post 1.5 GB is about the point where it becomes prominent), and with the new office 2003 4TB is the theoretical limit of your PST files.

One thing to try... move the location (into another folder) of your .pst file, so that the association of the outlook and the pst file is broken... see if this allows you to open outlook... if so try to remap to the .pst file in its new location, close outlook and see if the issue has been resolved or if it fails to open again.

If you are able to open outlook (with the pst disconnected) and the previous step has failed try using the import/export function and see if you can import your .pst file from the old (corrupted one) to a new one...

There are utilities out there that are able to check the integrity of .pst files, but right at the moment... it escapes me as to which are the recommended scanners.

Other suggestions are welcome...

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I have XP Pro, DELL Inspiron 6000 laptop that is about 2.5 years old. I scanned my hard drive as routine maintenance, and it found damaged sectors and tried to move data to another sector. Now, when I try to open Microsoft Management Console I get a Data Execution Prevention error.

I also can't open IE7 - it closes down with another Data Execution Prevention error.

I also get the same error trying to print to PDF Creator.

I tried copying files to a USB drive, fearing the worst. The copy fails every noe and then with a write-back error.

Finally, one of my USB drives does not get recognized (but it does on my other PC's and it used to on my problem laptop).

This is the third hard drive I have put into this laptop.

Can something in my laptop (virus, damaged files) be frying my laptop????

I use AVG Anti-virus and also scan regularly with Ad-Aware and Spybot and CCleaner.

Am I doomed to another hard drive blow-up?



A:Microsoft Management Console Data Execution Prevention Error

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/875351I would try the workarounds suggested...if the updating doesn't solve it.Louis

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Hi there,
I want to push specific data from a selected contact in Outlook 2003 to a predefined Excel 2003 spreadsheet. The scenario is that I want a naive user to enter data into a new contact in outlook be able to push a button and insert that data into a quotation that exists as a excel file. The data that I am interested in moving includes.

First name
Last Name
Address Fields
Telephone Number

I have already created the spreadsheet based Quotation form in a file called Quote.xls. I have not named the individual cells at present just having the Name in Cell B1 The company in B2 and the address fields in B3 to B7.

I have done some macro and VBA programming in Excel, but have little or no experience in using Outlook macros.

Any help/suggestions/solutions gratefully received.



A:Pushing Data From Outlook 2003 to Excel 2003

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This document provides guidance on how Microsoft Identity Integration Server 2003 (MIIS 2003) enables the integration and management of identity information across multiple repositories, systems and platforms.

System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems: Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP

Run Microsoft Word to view this guide.




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Typically when I receive spam, my isp provider marks it as such, then I discern whether it's actual spam, then add those msg's to my junk folder listing. At times I recognize the same spam frequently returning. I'm sure there's a more effective way of managing this unwanted traffic. I've never used "rules & alerts" and "auto-delete"...

Can anyone offer some simple tips?

A:Outlook 2003 (not Express) Spam Management

Hi RubyBlu

Use the Actions > Junk E-mail > Add Sender to Blocked Sender's List to mark unwanted e-mails that download into your Inbox. These are then moved to the Junk E-mail folder and Outlook 2003 will remember next time, if the spammer uses the same address again. Probability of that is low. They'll just use a different e-mail address.

Place your Junk E-mail options to High or use the Safe Sender's List option.
I also use the Tools > Organize feature in Outlook 2003 and have messages from people I know appear in color.
If a message comes in as black, then I can see right off that the message needs to organized by color or use Actions > Junk E-mail > Add Sender to Blocked Sender's List
I go through my Junk E-mail folder at least once a week to verify no messages have been inadvertently marked as Junk that should not be. Then I empty the Junk E-mail folder.

You can also download a free spam program or purchase one, you will more than likely need to train the program as to what is spam and what is not.

There are some free spam alternatives at this site: http://www.majorgeeks.com/downloads10.html
Not all the programs listed, at that link, are spam blockers, read the descriptions and check for the word: Freeware

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The main data file in this program is called Overview.wd2 and is listed at the top of the Selector column. Occasionally I save a copy of this file in case I need it later. Now I would like to copy this saved file to my current Overview.wd2 file without overwriting or deleting any of the current contents. It seems like my only choice is to copy the saved data file to the InfoSelect folder where it will become a second data file listed in the Selector.

I have looked at the Help file of the latest version of InfoSelect and still cannot find any information about how to accomplish this task.

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In continuing this I have come across the problem that I cannot access data file management or setup email accounts (when doing the later I receive an error message "Operation filed due to regiostry or installation problems". I have now reinstalled office 2003 and still experience the same problem.

A:Cannot access data file management

I must have missed the original post on this. What are you continuing from? Are you trying to do this on your personal computer, work workstation or work exchange server?

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Hi all,

Has anybody come across this error "Calendaring agent failed with error code 0x80150856 while saving appointment.". This appears in application log files in exchange server 2003. Does anybody know how to fix this issue?


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I have Microsoft Office 2003 installed and also the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack 2007. However, when I receive an e-mail with a Microsoft Word 2007 attachment, the document will not open even with the Compatibility Pack installed. I can not convert .docx to .doc. Any advice please?

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003 - Attachments in Microsoft Word 2007 will not open

Hi again,

Anybody able to help me with this please?

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Hi everyone!
Searching the web about the file "Microsoft.WSMan.Management.resources.dll" of Microsoft.WSMan.Management.Resources, Version = 6.1.7600.16385, pA = PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE_MSIL (8), Culture = [l: 10 {5}] "en-us ", VersionScope = 1 nonSxS, PublicKeyToken = {l: 8b: 31bf3856ad364e35}, Type neutral, neutral TypeName, PublicKey neutral in the store, hash mismatch, nothing found, unless attempts to suggest the use of clean out of records and the like.
Someone could say what is the real utility of this file and what its no presence in the OS might cause?
Grateful for the attention!

A:file "Microsoft.WSMan.Management.resources.dll"

Hi Clade If needed, I can assist you with this issue I just have to ask for permission first to one of my teacher on Sysnative.

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Is there a free upgrade to change microsoft outlook 2002 to microsoft outlooke 2003 ?


A:Can Microsoft Outlook 2002 Be Upgraded To Outlook 2003

according to this site an upgrade is not possible you need to buy the newer version for $109.00 USD

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I just installed MIcrosoft Office that comes with Outlook email. I was using regular Outlook express. My question is which is better I know the Microsoft version has a few more features but also should I unistall regular outlook express now that I have the Microsoft version?

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 vs OUtlook Express

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Hi All

Thanks for your help.

I am trying to write a macro that will allow me to go to the same cell in a sheet, but then sum the total column data that is at the top of the sheet.
My problem is that we add a new line every month to the data so the sum of data needs to capture not only what was previously there but the new cell that has been added.

So far i have put this together:
Cells.Find(What:="CellName", After:=ActiveCell, LookIn:=xlFormulas _
, LookAt:=xlPart, SearchOrder:=xlByRows, SearchDirection:=xlNext, _
MatchCase:=False, SearchFormat:=False).Activate
ActiveCell.Offset(2, 5).Range("A1").Select
ActiveCell.FormulaR1C1 = "=SUM(R[-121]C[-4]:R[-113]C[-4])"
This works as long as you don't add data, but if I add data, then it doesn't capture the new line put in above R[-121] which is now R[-122].

I have worked out how to capture the whole data within the column that I need, but don't know how to put the two together.
Range("c4", Range("c4").End(xlDown)).Select

Thanks again for your help.

A:Solved: Microsoft Excel 2003 Sum data help needed

try this...

Sub summy()
Dim eRow As Long
eRow = Range("c4").End(xlDown).Row
Cells.Find(What:="CellName").Offset(2, 5) = "=sum(c4:c" & eRow & ")"
End Sub

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I have Windows XP Home and I belive Outlook 2003. I have another thread in the XP forum at the moment describing my problemsn (http://forums.techguy.org/windows-xp/994273-blah-application-data-folder-gone.html), but the short is that I did a hard shut down of my computer and now can't open outlook - it says it can't open the set of folders and that the server isn't available.

I looked online and found some posts elsewhere saying that the data files for outlook are in outlook.pst or some other .pst file - it could vary.

When I look at my carbonite backup (internet service) there's an outlook.pst file but it's 414mb! Yikes! Is that really how big it's supposed to be?

I see also an archive.pst file that is 65.9mb. Both were last modified on 4/29/11 in the backup.


A:Outlook 2003 Data Files?

Those are your data files. Yes, they can easily be that big. Many are larger. Take a closer look at the error message you're seeing. Is it referring to a problem with the PST file or the OST file?

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Earlier this evening I had a problem that ended up requiring me to do a fresh install of Windows XP Pro with service pack 2 onto my computer. I did not format, rather I installed over the current and problematic install. I've done this a number of times in the past with very few problems. Tonight was not one of these times however.

For some reason (and this has not happened in the past) when I went to open up Outlook I could not find the program at all. I cannot in fact find any Office programs when I had the full suite installed.

When doing this in the past, all my desktop icons remained in tact as did my startup menu. Now, this time, the only thing missing is Office.

What I'm trying to figure out, before I do much else here, is can the files, specifically my email data, be recovered in any way?

A:Solved: Recover Outlook 2003 data?

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Hi All

I have today taken delivery of my brand new Dell Latitude D820 - and boy oh boy am I happy!!

However, I want to copy all of the data from my MS Outlook 2003 app to the new laptop. Is there a way to do this? I have tried first with Notes and seem to get an error saying another application has lock a portion of the file and I seem unable to import all the notes into the Outlook on the new Dell.

Is there a way to import ALL my notes/contacts/calendar/emails etc in one go?


A:New PC, wanting to copy MS Outlook 2003 data across... how?

Find your .pst files (probably Outlook.pst) file on the old PC.
Back this up, and put a copy on the new PC. It should be quite a large file.
Open Outlook, File - Import and Export - Import from another program or file - select Personal Folder file (.pst) - next - Browse to the file you transferred, follow the menus as required.

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I have a new computer with Outlook 2003 installed. I moved my Outlook 2002 personal.pst from the old machine to the new one and opened it in Outlook 2003 and copied each file folder’s information to the new file folders in Outlook 2003. Every thing is ok except the calendar.

I can't figure out a way to copy the calendar folder from the old pst file without creating a new calendar folder in the Outlook 2003 file. I end up with two calendar folders and I only want one.

I've tried to drag and drop from the left window pane under calendars and nothing happens. I've also tired to select the pst calendar/right click/copy and paste to the new calendar folder and it creates a second copy.

I've also tried to export to a text file, but you lose all your reoccurring appointments.

I know there must be an easy way to do this. Any help would be appreciated!

I’m using:
Windows XP Media Edition SP2
Office 2003 Basic

A:Outlook 2003 calendar - copy data from old pst

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To technical support team,

I am having difficulty in establishing my account with e-mail microsoft outlook, 2003 edition. I'v chosen (POP3) for my email setting, but I am not familiar with what is required informatioin for my incoming and outgoing mail servers. What is the complete protocol, or steps, necessary to complete the process?

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To technical support team,

I am having difficulty in establishing my account with e-mail microsoft outlook, 2003 edition. I'v chosen (POP3) for my email setting, but I am not familiar with what is required informatioin for my incoming and outgoing mail servers. What is the complete protocol, or steps, necessary to complete the process?

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

What do you use normally for e-mailing? Gmail? Yahoo? Hotmail?

For sure you will need to change the ports on MS Outlook and you can search for this information online.

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How to remove Spanish e-mails - did not sign up, got translation to English and unsubscribed -three times - get e response 'We'll be in touch...' They have not. Forwarded e-mails to spam at providers...still getting e-mails. Hope someone can help.

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

You could create an Outlook rule to just automatically delete those emails when they come in.

It's SPAM and you'll never stop it.

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I’m working with “Microsoft Outlook 2003” and I have setup 2 different Email Accounts. The first one is for private stuff only and the second one is just for business. I created an automatic signature, which automatically includes itself when answering, creating or responding to an email.
But I would like it to be the case, that the signature only inserts itself, when working with my BUSINESS account and not with the private one.
Does anyone have any idea how to do so?


A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

Go to tools > options and the mail format tab. You can specify a signature for each emial account.

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i have office outlook 2003 in my comouter but it's useless. you know what i can't send and receive e-mail. it gives me the following error and says that :- Task 'Hotmail - Sending' reported error (0x800CCCF6) : 'The server responded 'Access to Hotmail via Outlook and Outlook Express now requires a subscription. Please sign up at http://join.msn.com/general/Email'. ' i signed up to this site but still i can't solve this problem. so please guys i need help thanks

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

As the error message states, you'll have to pay Microsoft to use Hotmail with your email client.

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Using Outlook 2003. (on Windows XP Pro).
I am trying to customize the toolbars (small icons) at the top of New Mail.
On Tools, i go to Customize. When that box comes up, I can drag away any of the icons that I do not want.
If I send the mail, and then slickj on New Mail, the same customized format (toollbars & icons) comes up.
but if I exit Outlook, and then open the program agian, New Mail reverts to the default and all my customizations are lost.
Any solutions?

It only happens in New Mail. Other cusomtizations (on sent itmes, etc et c) all stay put.


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How to remove Spanish e-mails - did not sign up, got translation to English and unsubscribed -three times - get e response 'We'll be in touch...' They have not. Forwarded e-mails to spam at providers...still getting e-mails. Hope someone can help.

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

Hi and Welcome to TSF!

You could create an Outlook rule to just automatically delete those emails when they come in.

It's SPAM and you'll never stop it.

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Hi, how can I get "Outlook" to open up to "Contacts" when I open the program initially? Right now it opens to the mail client and I use "Express" for that. Thanks.


A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

Start Outlook showing my Calendar, Contacts, or Tasks
On the Tools menu, click Options.
Click the Other tab, and then click Advanced Options.
Under General Settings, next to the Startup in this folder box, click Browse.
In the Select Folder dialog box, select the folder you want to appear when you start Microsoft Outlook.
Note You can use this same procedure to start Microsoft Outlook with the Journal, Notes, or any Outlook folder open.

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I work for a ITSC (IT Service Centre) and sometimes when a customers Office applications are playing up (Excel, word, outlook) one of the first things we get them to do is run a Detect & repair and check the "Remove customized settings" box. I was wondering if there was a way they could backup their personalised settings in office, say for example to restore how they're toolbars used to be, the position and what was on / off the toolbars?

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Emails coming into my Inbox are time-stamped 1 HOUR earlier than the actual time even though my clock setting on my computer is correct (EST)

When I open to read the actual emailed message, the time on the message is correct

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

Hi rwarr

Welcome to Tech Support Guy Forums!

Is there a check mark in: Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving time changes ?

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I am running Vista basic with service pack one installed as a Operating system. When I try to open Microsoft outlook 2003 I received and error message saying server not configured and the program will not open up. I tried reinstalling but this did not help. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks

A:Microsoft outlook 2003

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When trying to go to the inbox through send/receive, microsoft exchange server, inbox i get an error message saying

"Task 'Microsoft Exchange Server' reported error (0x8004060C) : 'The message store has reached its maximum size. To reduce the amount of data in this message store, select some items that you no longer need, permanently (shift + del) delete them.' "
I permanantly deleted everyone of my emails and still get the message. It has only just recently started to do this so a bit confused. Just downloaded all updates too on both xp and outlook 2003.

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

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does anyone know how to get rid off the containging HTML text in a email?
I would like to forward an email to a friend of mine but it contains tons of html-code.
I want to send *Text only*


A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

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another problem with email stuff..

now im on another computer, which uses Outlook 2003..

When we open the program it has an Internet Security Warning stating the following:

"The server you are connected to is using a security certificate that could not be verified.

The certificate's CN name does not match the passed value.

Do you want to continue using this server?"

options Yes and No.. if we click yes the message goes away and we can still send and receive emails. but how do i prevent this message from coming up every time? and what am i losing by allowing it to continue with this error?

A:Help with Microsoft Outlook 2003

Try Tools-->Options-->Security, and change the InTRAnet settings...

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Hai, I am using vista ultimate. For first time i am trying to configure outlook 2003 for gmail. I used incomming server as 110 and out going server as 587. I am not able to send mails. Getting error "Task 'pop.gmail.com - Sending' reported error (0x800CCC78) : 'Unable to send the message. Please verify the e-mail address in your account properties. The server responded: 530 5.7.0 Must issue a STARTTLS command first. 9sm270616ywe.11".Any help would be appreciated.........

A:Microsoft outlook 2003

hello and welcome to the BC see if this will help... http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer....mp;answer=77661good luck

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2 questions about microsoft outlook 2003.

1. No matter how many times i click "save" Password. it still comes up every few minutes asking me to enter password. Can you help?

2. I have a Verizon wireless palm treo 700wx(with windows mobile 5) Please note NO SIM CARD INVOLVED. i apologize but people always put remedys in having to do w. a sim card. Anyway i want to sync my email information from OUtlook 03 to my treo. However i tried that and it only lets me recieve emails. pleas dont request that i do anything to the information on my computer in outlook because this is my only connection to my work email. I need to figure out which information to transfer from where in 03 to where in the treo. Thank you if you can help.

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003 Help!


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Ok, i Switch out computers and copied my Documents. Now when i copied them to the new computer and opened my outlook all of my personal files were gone. What Happened?

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

satruax said:

Ok, i Switch out computers and copied my Documents. Now when i copied them to the new computer and opened my outlook all of my personal files were gone. What Happened?Click to expand...

did you install office or word?

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I am using Microsoft XP and Outlook 2003. I can't figure out this problem I am having, I am a Marine who is in Iraq and I am a network administrator here. If you could give me some help I would appreciate it.

I have client who can’t attach anything to his emails. I checked all the permissions and it says he has unrestricted access to mail plus he has full control of the files he is wishing to send. I have also checked that the macros are used so he can send and it is working. The cache email is unchecked like it is suppose to be but he still cant attach files. It says in the error message to check the permissions and I have, yet it doesn’t work. Do you have any ideas? This is probably a little fix but I am racking my brain and I can’t find it. Please let me know if you can figure something out.

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003

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I am having probelms replying to one of my msn groups.

When I hit the reply button I keep getting this message, "Could not perform this operation because the default mail client is not properly installed."

I have tried re-installing Outlook; however, I keep getting this message. Can someone please help!

Thank you so much in advanced!!


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