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  • How to override font from Arial to Times New Roman in Outlook 2010

    For about the past month or so, I've been programmatically sending HTML-formatted emails and setting the font as Arial throughout. But I've heard that when a user receives an email, the text is in Times New Roman. Is Outlook just falling back to its default font? I'm not sure what's going on here.

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  • Can’t access my Gmail account

    I have a Gmail account. Haven't used it in a while. I tried to access it and it wanted me to create a new account. I tried with my original email and it said it was taken, which is correct, by me. I want to regain access to that, which is mine, email account. It took me years to get that particular...

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  • How to reset iCloud password

    Forgot my iCloud password, will not let me reset.

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  • RPGLE Source Lines Exceeded

    RPGLE Source Lines Limit exceeded when compiling the Source. Please see below the error message - ""Compilation stopped. Internal failure occurred. Error Code is 1."" Remove unwanted lines or Divide programs into sub programs. Advice any other ideas to avoid this. Thanks.

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  • How to convert character date to numeric date

    Hi All, I have a character date field ('DD/MM/YYYY'). Now I want to convert into ISO numeric format in free format. Thanks

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  • Design a Dynamics CRM application

    Hi, This is Anvesh.V, I want to design an on premises Dynamics CRM application. I've researched a lot about dynamics, studied books. Now, I got sample business requirements basically a work flow from internet. Now I want to develop this as an application. I don't understand where to start. If...

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  • Saving old email trails

    How can I save old email trails when I switch providers?

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  • Transferred SIM card to AT&T phone

    I transferred my SIM card from one AT&T phone to another of the type they are old phones but when I did it, I lost all of my photos and my games that I purchased. Can I get them back someway? It's a Samsung AT&T model SGH a777.

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  • Tuning Oracle library cache

    What are the steps involved in tuning Oracle's library cache?

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  • Outlook 2003 archive lost emails

    I went to archive my emails using auto archive. I selected to archive everything older than 2 years. When the auto archive was finished, it had created all of the folders under archive folders, but they were all empty, but the emails are gone from my main inbox. Any idea where they may be? They are...

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  • Remote desktop connection

    Can't connect. Set up many times before but not this time Done the usual on win 7 pro machine (no domain) Static IP in host  (no network conflicts) Port forward TCP/UDP port 3389 to static IP Enabled remote desktop in system properties Allowed access to 3 uses (with password set up) Tried to...

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  • Is it possible to create multiple scopes with a DHCP server having only one NIC?

    Does it require two NIC's for creating multiple scopes on a DHCP server.

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  • Outlook 2013 Scheduling assistant not showing my own tentative meetings

    Outlook 2013 - when using the scheduling assistant, my meeting request (still in tentative mode) are not showing. this makes it difficult to set new meetings. For example - I have sent a meeting request on Monday 10:00, and I would like to request another meeting for 11:00, but when in the...

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  • Keeping Outlook calendar open to a two to three week view

    I've been using Outlook 2007 and when I'm traveling, I usually look at my calendar about two to three weeks at a time. It's pretty easy to do (just scroll the mouse several weeks into the calendar). But the problem is that it never stays that way. It keeps resetting back to the old view. Is there a...

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  • Remove title field when printing email from Outlook 2003

    I need to print about 200 emails from Outlook 2003, without the user's name printed at top (I am told it is the 'title field'. Is this possible? Thanks.

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  • Using two computers in sync (together)

    I have a desktop and a laptop computers and want to use the two so that one is just replica of the other with all files and settings the same so that if I travel with the laptop and return, everything on it the laptop will be synchronized to the desktop PC, and as I work on the desktop. All changes...

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  • Vista 64 on 32-bit hardware?

    Hi, Can anyone tell me if Vista 64-bit will be backward compatible to run on 32-bit hardware until I upgrade to 64-bit? Cheers!

    Alex W20 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up an Exchange mail server

    How can I set up an Exchange mail server and client in a single PC? What are its basic requirements, and if you could, can you describe how a mail server functions?

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  • Sharing Outlook 2007 categories

    We are trying to set up a shared calendar for 20 people, but we want them to use a specific color coded categorizing system. I set the categories in my calendar and used them to set up the shared calendar, but when others access it they see none of the categories that I've assigned to the items.

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  • Ubuntu 8.10 command line

    I'm a beginner with Linux. I have just started using Ubuntu 8.10. How can I learn more about using the command line and it's commands?

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