• What happens to the bit cut off when you run the OST PST crop tool?

    I am just wondering, What happens to the bit cut off when you run the OST PST crop tool? the bit cut off does it (a) go into another PST file or (b) gets deleted? shane.

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  • My Outlook 2010 Not Responding

    I used Outlook 2010 with exchange server everything going good but few days ago My Outlook's OST database become unreadable my be it's corrupt and I have more than 2gB data of OST can you please give me some suggestion ,how can I recover my OST File . As i suggest by a friend that i need of OST to...

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  • batch or script to change IE settings

    I need to: - add a favorite -add a link to the local intranet trusted sites -change a setting in the IE options - Advanced area - security

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  • Square technology to accept payments on iPad

    Can I use Square technology to accept payments on an iPad? If so, does swiping a credit card using square technology auto fill input fields (name, address, card #, etc) on an existing donation form from a website?

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  • Exchange 2003: Restore PST password

    Does anybody know that how can I restore my PST password?

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  • Mapi for running MS Outlook in VB

    Hi, I have a Mapi process in my VB program that sends an email via MS Outlook. The problem is that it comes up with 4 stops being "The profile name is not valid. Enter a valid profile name", "Choose Profile" and two Allow Accesses. There is only one Profile Name being Outlook and saying OK on the...

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  • How can I find out where a Gmail is really coming from?

    I have been getting emails which are suppose to be from Cuncil Bluffs Iowa but the time and date is never right. For example yesterday I got one around 7:30pm the 24th the date on the email said the 25th 1:00. I'm wondering if I'm getting email from over seas in some sort scam or game? If I give...

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  • Import OST to Exchange

    Hello, I have a very specific need of importing an OST file into Exchange Server ( OST files belong to some other server ). Can anyone help? Regards, Raj Malhotra

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  • Gmail on separate devices

    I have my Gmail on 2 separate devices and I was wondering if I delete my emails off 1 device if it will delete it off the other.

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  • Migrating From Office 365 to an onsite Exchange Server 2010

    How would I migrate from Office 365 to an onsite Exchange Server 2010?

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  • How to rename a Storage Group in EMC Navisphere?

    Is there a way to rename a Storage Group in EMC Navisphere Management Suite? Much appreciated if someone would mention the steps on where/how to do this. Thank you. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

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  • Opening a SPF File

    How do I open a SPF file?

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  • How to make the database grow in size?

    My Exchange database was crushed and I forced to use my old copy database. I have checked it through the Eseutil /r against new logs associated with the database. The Eseutil /r was successful done, but the database still has the same size. There are no new mails. Also after Eseutil /mh the store...

    Weeping5 pointsBadges:
  • How to determine outlook version that created OST file

    I have an old OST file that I have been trying to convert to a PST. The problem I am running into is that I need to know what version of Outlook created the OST file. I don't remember the version. Is there any way to figure this out?

    Cfospam5 pointsBadges:
  • nsf to pst conversion

    How can I access my old notes email files (nsf) with Outlook. I have no longer access to the notes server, but need to read old mail from the back-up copies of the notes nsf files. Thanks in advance. Jan

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  • When I clicked on OST file, nothing happens. How to open it?

    I decided to go ahead this morning and set up Outlook 2013 this morning. When I clicked on it, it came up with this message: "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Cannot open the Outlook window. The set of folders cannot be opened. The file C:\Users\XXX\AppData\local\Microsoft\Outlook\XXX_m sn.ost...

    jozehpamir10 pointsBadges:
  • How to convert Thunderbird Emails into Outlook?

    Hi, I want to convert Thunderbird emails into Outlook PST files. Anyone can suggest me how is it possible?

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  • Mac Office 2011 – Export Calendar items in Outlook to Excel

    I need to be able to export the calendar from Mac Office Outlook to Excel. I have always been able to do this and my most recent software was Windows Office 2007.  In the Office 2007 they added an extra step and made it necessary to down load to a File and a Comma Separated Value which converts...

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