Entries on a shared calendar print in duplicate when printed using the Calendar Printing Assistant for Outlook and the shared calendar does not have duplicate entries when viewed from Outlook. This is the result of permissions issues.
Sponsored by While you can remove duplicates by hand, these tools make it easier when there are a lot of duplicates. The following pages are a collection of mail utilities for Microsoft Outlook that don't fit any of the categories listed under More Information. There is a separate page for each type of utility and
Sponsored by This page contains utilities that automate the removal of duplicate appointments. If the duplicate appointments are the result of importing, you can add the modified date field to the view and sort by it, then delete appointments based on the modified dates. When the cause of the duplicated appointments is PDA synchronization one
Sponsored by This is a collection of tools used to remove duplicates from your Microsoft Outlook Contacts folder. Some of these tools will also remove duplicates from other Outlook folders. When the duplicates are the result of importing and all are duplicated, you can sort by the modified date field (you'll need to add the
Starting with Outlook 2000, if you create an entry in a Contacts folder that matches an existing entry, Outlook asks whether you want to merge the information, ignore the new contact or save it as a new contact anyway. There are tools (listed below) which will merge the data on duplicate contacts to one contact.
Microsoft Outlook comes with a file named Outlook.hol (Outlook.txt in Outlook 2000 and older) that includes lists of holidays that you can import into your personal Calendar folder using the Tools | Options | Calendar (or Calendar Options) | Add Holidays command. This makes it easy to add holidays and many users wind up importing
A user cam to me with this problem: I have 2 email accounts (EmailA & EmailB) and two subfolders (FolderA & FolderB) under my INBOX folder where mail for each account. I'm using rules to move the mail to the correct folder: specific words under sender's (emailA) and recipient's (emailA) address and move it to
This problem affects Outlook 2010 users with multiple POP3 accounts delivered to one *pst file: Outlook 2010 is downloading duplicate emails over and over again, but only for my additional accounts, not my default account. I have "Leave a copy of messages on the server" enabled and when I take this setting off, Outlook does