The June 13 2017 Outlook Security Update is causing all kinds of issues for users. Attachments won’t open, iCloud doesn’t work, custom forms don’t work.
Users with POP3 or IMAP accounts who created Outlook.com accounts using their own email address, to sync just their calendar and contacts have noticed a problem after their account was migrated to the new server and opened in Outlook 2016: all replies use the Outlook.com account, not the account that downloaded the message.
How to insert or change an Outlook signature using a VBA macro.
Save an attached contact to your default contacts folder.
The sign out link is hidden on a menu under your account name on the right. Click on your name to pop out the menu where Sign out is.
In Outlook.com, you can select the "From" account, while in Outlook, all mail is sent from the default Outlook.com address. Outlook won't send new mail using the alias.
Outlook's Social Connector creates temp files in Internet Explorer's History. Learn how to slow or stop their creation and how to quickly delete them from the History list.
A number of Outlook.com users have a problem with Outlook.com contacts losing the company name. They create a contact with a company name in the company field and Outlook.com removes it. We now know the cause and the solution.
What to check when the Focused Inbox is enabled for the account but isn't available in Outlook.
Coming to Outlook 2016: a new conversation view, one that shows the conversations in the reading pane the order the message was received.
Remove a signature from a message using a VBA macro.
Use a macro to send files to a list of addresses stored in an Excel workbook.
Use a macro to skip weekends on holidays when flagging messages to be due tomorrow.
Outlook 2016 users are discovering that after updating to builds 7870.2020 and higher, search stops working for POP accounts and PST files. Until this is fixed in a future build, it is recommended that affected users revert to build 16.0.7571.2109.
Use a run a script rule to add a category to an Outlook meeting when the attendee accepts the invitation.