We're often asked how to create or modify templates for the calendar printing assistant. While there isn't a whole lot you can do to change the templates, you can tweak the fonts.
An Outlook user asks: "Without starting Outlook 2007, I moved the IMAP pst from C to D. I hoped Outlook would ask me where the file is. However it creates a new one in the same location. How do I make Outlook use the new location?"
I love questions that ask "How do I make
Outlook stop doing this?" when the problem isn't
with Outlook. This is one such question: "Outlook
sometimes alters HTML by changing the references
from "href=" to "defanghtml_href=". Why does
Outlook do this? "
It's not Outlook. It's your antispam scanner. It adds 'defang' to the references it deems potentially dangerous so to create an invalid HTML tag which won’t be rendered as HTML. If your client side scanner is adding it, you may be able to disable the URL rewrite feature. If its added server side you'll need to speak with your email administrator.
If the URL's begin with "BLOCKED:", it is Outlook's doing. Copying URLs from Internet Explorer's address bar, rather from other documents or email messages seems to take care of it.
by Michael B. Smith, MCSE/Exchange MVP
Actual mail transport, that is moving email from one server to another, only touches three of the five server roles in an Exchange server 2007 infrastructure. Those servers are the Hub Transport role, the Mailbox role, and the Edge Transport role.
A third-party MAPI client
may stop responding when a Global Catalog server
goes offline and the referral service is disabled
on the Exchange server
Event ID 3086 occurs on an Exchange Server 2003 when public folder owners receive a conflict notification message
The memory usage of the Store.exe process increases abnormally on an Exchange Server 2003-based server
The Move-Mailbox operation cannot be successful when you move a mailbox from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2007
Description of the Outlook
2003 Junk E-mail Filter update: October 14, 2008
Description of the Outlook 2007 Junk E-mail Filter update: October 14, 2008
Description of the Office Outlook 2003 hotfix package: April 28, 2008
Hotfix for KB 955449
Description of the Microsoft Office 2003 hotfix package (Gpfilt.msp): August 26, 2008
Error message when you try to insert an encapsulated PostScript (EPS) image into an Office 2003 document, an Office 2003 workbook, or an Office 2003 presentation.
Description of the Office 2003 hotfix package (Name.msp): August 26, 2008
Addresses an issue with NameCtrl control that is based on an MSDN article.
Description of the Outlook 2003 hotfix package (Olkintl.msp [ENG]): August 26, 2008
Addresses the following issues: you are prompted to enter credentials for your e-mail account when you 11 or more MAPI profiles and have Windows Desktop Search 3.01 installed. Also addresses and issue with an email message that contains Japanese text.
Description of the Outlook 2003 hotfix package (Olkintl.msp [JPN]): August 26, 2008
When you deploy a .prf file to configure IMAP4 and LDAP account settings, Outlook 2003 stops responding.
Description of the Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 hotfix package (Outlook.msp): August 26, 2008
This hotfix addresses several issues, including issues with meeting requests, public folders, and reminders.
You experience issues in Outlook 2007 or in Outlook 2003 when you try to configure free/busy information or when you try to delegate information
Description of the Outlook 2007 post-Service Pack 1 hotfix package: September 24, 2008
This hotfix addresses many of the issues addressed by the KB articles listed below as well as several previously undocumented issues.
Files that have the .eml file name extension do not open in Outlook 2007
Error message when you try to change a meeting occurrence after you cancel previous occurrences in Outlook 2007: "Changes to the meeting cannot be saved"
If you change the Appointments font setting for the calendar in Outlook 2007, the new font setting is not used when you print the calendar
There is no diagnostic logging for the trusted add-ins feature in Outlook 2007
You cannot disable the "No end date" option for appointments, meeting requests, tasks, or task requests in Outlook 2007
You cannot cache shared mail folders in Outlook 2007
Outlook 2007 prompts you repeatedly for a password under certain network conditions
A Color Category that uses a dark color may print lighter than other Color Categories in Outlook 2007
When a user accesses their Free/Busy information, the Outlook Web Access service stops on the computer that is running Exchange 2007
You cannot suppress the Autodiscover redirect warning in Outlook 2007
The importance and the sensitivity of e-mail messages can be changed after you set a policy in Outlook 2007
Outlook 2007 does not honor the folder structure that was created in Internet Explorer 7 for the RSS Feeds folder
Kernel for Exchange Server is an email recovery software which recovers corrupt, damaged, deleted emails from Exchange Server database files. The edb recovery software efficiently converts corrupt .EDB files to working .PST files through which emails of MS Exchange Server can be viewed with Microsoft Outlook email client.
Kernel Outlook Password Recovery
Kernel Outlook Password Recovery is a PST (Personal Storage) password recovery software widely used to recover the lost or forgotten passwords from all versions of Microsoft Outlook password-protected Personal Storage files (*.pst). The software recovers all the passwords instantly despite the length and complexity of the password.
Using WinCalendar you can easily import Outlook Calendar appointment data into calendars generated in Word & Excel. This is done all using WinCalendar, without having to Export from Excel. With WinCalendar you can also choose to import Google calendar data, Holidays and your own WinCalendar saved items (daily appointments, birthdays, reminders, etc...) all merged on the same calendar.