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Where do new service providers, with their OMW web services ready, enrol to become a provider? Ref : office.microsoft.com/.../introduction-to-outlook-mobile-service-HA010107892.aspx - Thanks, Tim.
Cannot customize ribbons-
I have two mailboxes on Outlook 2010; the default mailbox is through MS Exchange, and the second is an IMAP?SMTP configuration. For the default mailbox, I can access, change, and customize the ribbons and tabs however I like. For the second mailbox, I can access the ribbon settings, but cannot change them at all. For example, in the default ribbon, there are mulitple choices for flag settings in the Tags tab. In the second mailbox, there is only the choice to add flag or clear flag. I have tried to import other custmized ribbons, have added a new, custom tab with the commands I want, and none of them work. I am still stuck with the default ribbons and settings. Makes no sense at all. Can you help?
Can someone help me crearte a categories pick list for my contacts? As well as have multiple categories per contact?
I'm looking for help but can't seem to find the right people to ask. I have Microsoft Outlook 2010 and there is a prblem with my Sent Items folder - it continues to collect emails I've sent but I cannot view them or delete and clear out the folder. The error message states an interface oroblem however this is the only issue I'm having with this software. Can someone point me in the right direction?
When we click on any date on the Navigation Calendar on To-Do bar list, it opens the calendar. Is there a way, outlook can show all the appointments of any day on the Appointments list ?
Hi, we are running Microsoft Exchange 2003 with Outlook 2010 on the desktop. At the moment if someone wants to look at your calendar without your permission, they will see "busy' for all items that you have added. Is there a way for you to block them all together (So they don't see anything?) I have found anything on this.
I am looking for a way to have the same Outlook Data on two computers, mine and my assistants. I want her to be able to schedule appointments, add new contact or make changes to existing contacts and have them show up on my computer and vise-a-versa-a. Can this be done in Outlook 10?
I use OUTLOOK e-mail for the vast majority of business correspondence.We just upgraded our firm to office 2010.
Precisely I used signatures for inserts at the beginning of the e-mail, occasionally in the middle and at the end.For instance,"privileged and confidential" at the top, detailed firm identification/contact information in the middle and one of many different signoff/signatures at the bottom. It was so simple. CLICK-SELECT, and finished. I could get in inserts as I went along or after I finished cleaning up the text. now Nothing works. If I used one of my "signature/inserts" at the top of the document and then try to use another one in the middle or at the end it (a) replaces the first "signature/insert" and (b)... all text added to the e-mail below the first "signature/insert". This cannot be correct. There must be some way to deal with this. HELP! Joe Moore