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An Outlook user had this question: "I have a folder called System Cleanup at the same level as my Inbox. It has an Inbox folder and a Sent Items folder. The inbox has several items that look like messages that should have been archived, but my archive folder is a PST file local to my
Office XP Service Pack 1 consolidates the updates that Microsoft has issued for the various Office programs, including Outlook 2002, since the initial release. All future Office XP updates will require that you have SP-1 installed first. For an overview, see: OFFXP Overview of the Office XP Service Pack 1 OL2002 Issues Fixed in the
Exchange 2003 is not supported by Outlook 2013. While this is disappointing to a number of people still using Exchange 2003, it didn't come as much of a surprise. Even ignoring the fact that Exchange 2003 is 10 years old and long out of support, the precedent was set many years ago.
Filter Update for Exchange Intelligent Message Filter An update to the Intelligent Message Filter SmartScreen filter is available and contains updated spam characteristics that improve the ability of Intelligent Message Filter to block unsolicited commercial e-mail messages. You must have Intelligent Message Filter installed to install this update. While the IMF offers an inexpensive way
Microsoft Outlook offers a cool feature which allows users to publish the calendar as a web page. Select your calendar folder and choose File, Save as Web page menu to open the Web page wizard which creates an HTML page of your calendar, suitable for use on a local drive or an Internet server. Unfortunately,
You can update English-language versions of Microsoft Outlook 2000 by applying Office 2000 Service Release 1/1a (SR-1). SR-1 has been updated to handle a problem that affected Windows 2000 users who had upgraded from Windows NT. Technically, that makes it SR-1a, but we'll still call it SR-1 for convenience, since the features have not changed.
Choosing an Outlook 98 or Outlook 2000 Mode Outlook 98 and Outlook 2000 are actually three programs in one: An Internet e-mailer with Personal Information Manager (PIM) features (Internet Mail Only or IMO mode) A standalone PIM with no e-mail (No E-mail mode) An e-mail client/PIM for Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Mail, cc:Mail, Internet mail
The Net Folders feature in Microsoft Outlook 98 and Outlook 2000 allows you to share information with other people via e-mail -- even run a mailing list! You don't need to be using the same e-mail system. You can use Net Folders to share with people on the Internet, as well as with your office
Microsoft Outlook 2002 departs from previous versions of Outlook by dropping more than a dozen features, some of them quite significant features. Before you upgrade, you might want to check the list below to make sure that a feature you really need hasn't been cut. Collaboration Features | Mail and Fax Services | Internet Mail
Call it a feature or an annoyance: You'll certainly find mixed opinions about the "Address Bar" that appears in Outlook 2002 over the list of items in a folder. The left side includes Back and Next buttons that recall previous folders you've accessed. Also on the left is the name of the folder. On the