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For those of you that are on Exchange 2010, but aren’t running Outlook 2010, we’ve heard your feedback about the removal of User Datagram Protocol (UDP). We’re happy to announce that our partners in Exchange will re-introduce UDP in Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Service Pack 1 Roll-Up 3 (SP1 RU3). To read more about the details, read the Exchange blog post here.
Thanks to outlook team. Very useful announcement. Thanks for sharing this info with us. Keep on updating blogs in outlook. The link you have given was very useful. It helped me to gain more knowledge.
Please forgive this poorly injected segue but I have a question that is not related to this topic. Is there a simple or direct method of exporting all of the fields found in a meeting request's tracking page\tab to word or preferably to excel. The end goal is to send a notification to the individuals that did not accept a meeting request. This seems like a simple enough request but after trolling the internet it seems like my best solution is a screen copy -> print to paper -> OCR -> then pray that it works followed by copy and pasting my results to excel (long and painful process). Any advice or suggestions would be greatly received. Thanks...
Does this fix the problem with the Outlook Macro:
ActiveInspector.CurrentItem.Actions("Reply All").Enabled = False
Throwing back an error 91? If not, what is the new Reply All syntax?
Couldn't figure out the <code> for this site.
Not sure where to post this but I have an ongoing problem with Outlook 2007. It INSISTS that anything from ebay is junk email. I have constantly told outlook to add to the safe senders list, etc. but it still blocks anything from ebay.com . This is maddening! HELP!
I was running outlook 2003 and had a button on my toolbar that I could launch a website directly from Outlook. I have uprgaded to Office 2010 and now have Outlook 2010. I have looked at every option that I can find on the ribbon and quick launch and I cannot see any way to create a button as in 2010. in 2003 I copied an existing button and renamed then edited it to put in the web address. but in 2010 modify is greyed out. There appears to be no way to do it in 2010.... is that true?
I must be stupid but I don’t see how I POST?
Outlook blocked access to the following potentially unsafe attachments: YGP_3BF.tmp Does any one know why this may be unsafe? It's coming from a person I know, not that they unstand that by mistake they may be sending a potenitally unsafe attachment. It is a picture they took. MicroSoft is thinking for me and blocking access to an attachment they think is unsafe. Thanks but no thanks. How do I unblocking Microsoft improper thinking? I cannot find any place to make the attachment SAFE.
David Rotherforth at email@example.com
Need major help. I signed up with GoDaddy for website and then signed up for their hosted exchange product.
It has been a nitemare...the techs dont know what to tell me and I am losing emails. I have an Iphone
Is there an easier way to view my outlook from home to office and sync. Godaddy is clear AS MUD.