how do I make my gmail inbox my default view when i start outlook?


When I open outlook it defaults to my inbox in my personal folders. How do I
make my gmail inbox folder the default for when I open outlook?


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How do I make my imported pst file (calender and contact) the default?

I have the default calender and my imported calender showing as separate
files on the right hand side of Outlook 2003 but it always resets to the
default which is blank.

Also my contacts do not show when I send an email. How do i make it my
default as well.

Thanks for any experts out there.




How do I make my name (not my email address) appear on "From" line




How do I make my name (not my email address) appear on "From" line




We share calendars (printed) in our office - how do I print my calendar
without my private appointments on display?




how do I attach my preview business card to contacts in outlook 2003?please
help me.




How do I make my hotmail default for outlook. I have the outlook connection
and it still does not make it the default setting.




I want to keep my business list, which is updated by my Palm to the company,
separate from my personal contact list. How do I make two separate lists?
How do I update the business list only?




Also How do I set my email to auto reply when I am out of the office?




I have some personal contacts in Outlook but also I want to use Public group
of contacts that is on the network. I have it under favourites but I have to
have it in My Contacts in order to sync with iPhone. If I just drag the
folder - it copies it there, but if there are any updates to the Public Group
contacts it doesn't update them in My Contacts. How do I sync my iPhone with
public group contacts? If only by copying the group to My Contacts in Outlook
then how do I keep the group synced to the Public Group?




I am in the process of converting from Outlook Express (OE6) to Outlook. I
currently have 4 OE6 mail accounts. I want to create one Outlook profile for
each of my curent OE6 mail accounts. How do I import the e-mail messages
into the new Outlook Profiles -- 1 at a time? The import feature in Outlook
does not ask me which OE6 Account I want to import messages from. Thus, I
concern that it may messages from all 4 OE6 mail accounts -- that is not what
I want.
I simply want 4 newly created Outlook profiles/mail accounts for each of the
current OE6 mail accounts.




I have some personal contacts in Outlook but also I want to use Public group
of contacts that is on the network. I have it under favourites but I have to
have it in My Contacts in order to sync with iPhone. If I just drag the
folder - it copies it there, but if there are any updates to the Public Group
contacts it doesn't update them in My Contacts. How do I sync my iPhone with
public group contacts? If only by copying the group to My Contacts in Outlook
then how do I keep the group synced to the Public Group?




A helpful response even if about a very unhelpful programme! Surely outlook
should be customisable to do things "my way" - I would prefer to get rid of
the standard inbox altogether and use just the imap one. How many years of
evolution and Micrososoft still think THEY know best how WE want to work.

This should be a very simple cofiguration job in well written programme

"Brian Tillman" wrote:

> ejjohnson wrote:
>
> > I would really like to see the New Mail Desktop Alert when I receive
> > a new email message, but that only works when new mail arrives in my
> > default inbox. My current default inbox is in my personal folders. I
> > don't use that inbox. I use my imap inbox for incoming messages. Can
> > I make my imap inbox my default inbox? If not, is there a workaround?
>
> There is no way to have IMAP folders be your default folders. You should be
> able to create a rule whose sole function is to display a new mail alert
> when a message is received in the IMAP Inbox.
> --
> Brian Tillman
>
>




I have recently changed my Gmail account from POP to IMAP (in OFFICE 07),
however the inbox associated with my POP account remains the default inbox.
However, using IMAP, my mail now appears in a tree of folders below the tree
which contains my original inbox etc (ie all the folders that make up the
office.pst file). Please advise how i can configure Outlook to recognise my
IMAP account as the default inbox. I have no other email account configured
in outlook. Any help will be most appreciated.




I would like my gmail account to show in outlook when I open it. How do I
configure it so it will?




My boss has shared his calendar with me and I want his calendar to display as
the default calendar. How do I do this?




how do i filter my inbox so that it only recieves messages to me, but other
messages that are CC and BCC are sent to another folder?




How do I get my Contacts to be in the Personal Folders and not below it?

Also when I reinstalled Office/Outlook 2003 I now have TWO Calendars, the
main one which is BLANK and the saved one.

I cannot make the saved one the default and I cannot delete or hide the main
one, it keeps showing I have a shared or two calendars and checking the box
does nothing to rid the blank one, how do I get rid of the default and make
the saved one the default?

Oh and also to have the Calendar show in the Personal Folders list and not
below it.

Thanks for your help in resolving this issue.




how do I save my orginal messages in Inbox

The problem is :

After I re or fwd the orginal msgs it gets vanished in the inbox , I have
tried the tools>options> email a/c's> advanced email options>

and have checked the options
In folders other than inbox , save replies with original messages
save fwdd messages.

Also, I have tried che checking and unchecking the box for
closs original message on reply or fwd .

All these experiemtns in vain !! ultimately the mails are getting vanished.
Can somebody help !!!!




I have a premium MSN account, and use Outlook 2003 w/Connector - I have the
same problem - i.e. unable to activate flags f/ messages - is there a fix?

"Brian Tillman" wrote:

> Rich M wrote:
>
> > So, I guess the question should
> > be, how do I format my hotmail inbox to be able to do this? Or how
> > can I make the basic inbox that was the default into a hotmail inbox
> > with the same settings it already has as a non-hotmail folder?
>
> Unless you're using Outlook Live (available with a Hotmail Premium account)
> and the Outlook Connector, you can do neither with your Hotmail Inbox.
> --
> Brian Tillman
>
>