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I use Yahoo mail and have my messages poped to OE. I do not want messages
from a particular account poped to OE, but I still want to read them. If I
set up a rule in OE that states "if the from line contains 'the subject
account', do not download it from the server. I'm thinking that this will
keep it from getting poped to OE and I will be able to go to Yahoo Mail and
read it there. Am I anywhere close to being correct about this?


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Hi Folks.

i have a mailbox listed here as follows :-

SystemMailbox{..SomeGuid...} Size=361KB, TotalItems=401.

i'm guessing this is the 'system admin' mailbox or something? if so, how do i access it? what's would be the username ?? etc..

any info / url's or links would be most appreciated!

-Pure Krome-

I recently noticed that there are a ton of failed messages sitting in the
queues. The interesting thing is that these messages have a domain with a
..tw on the end... I've even got ones from yahoo.tw. The DNS on this server
has registered over 8000 requests since this morning. I have relay set for
authentication, so I'm pretty sure that nobody is using my server for spam.
How do I stop these from coming into the server? What can I do??

Thanks,
IRA

My calendar on outlook 2003 is one day ahead of the actual date. How do I
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In Outlook, can you remove the how do I remove "you forwarded this message
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I have a web site with web based emails that automatically FWD send to my
everyday real email address.
Theses emails_ forms emails are sent by job applicants etc.
I want to reply to them from my normal email set up in Microsoft outlook_
but under the account web [email protected] I want the receiver to
see this email address and not my real_private one.
I can send as email as [email protected] successfully except for one major
annoying problem.
Everytime MO sends the reply email from [email protected] it also wants to
do a receive and comes up with log on incomming errors and wants passwords
etc.
How do I instruct it to forget about recieving on this account and only send
from it??
Thanks in advance
Isagold

Hi,

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shaded background (for example "You are now viewing this message in the
Internet Zone"). It wasn't there before, how do I turn this off? Thanks.

I had to reinstall outlook (Office 2003), and now when I open a message,
at the top in the header area, I get a security status message in a
shaded background (for example "You are now viewing this message in the
Internet Zone"). It wasn't there before, how do I turn this off? Thanks.

PS - I originally posted this a couple of days ago. Yesterday, I had to
do a new install of Outlook on a different machine, and the security
status message referenced above is not appearing on that machine, so
there is some setting somewhere that can turn this on or off. But I
have not been able to find it, and the message is still appearing on the
machine that I first posted about.

I need to list all those messages in my Inbox, where I am on the To
line, with or without other people, and to which I have not replied.

There does not appear to be a way to do this readily in Outlook? The
Advanced Filter allows me to select messages "Where I am the only
person on the To line" or "on the To line with other people" but not
both. That isn't so bad, but how do I exclude messages to which I
have already replied? There doesn't seem to be any way to do this.
Any guidance on how to use the SQL tab in the Filter dialog?

My setup is Outlook 2003 in Corporate mode.

--
Sriram

This morning, I found that I could send, but not receive, email through my
accounts using Outlook 2003. I am able to receive incoming email messages,
and I can get to the Internet. When I attempt to send a message, I get an
error message stating: Error #0x80042109: Outlook is unable to connect to
your outgoing SMTP email server."

Here is what I've tried:
1. I called my Internet Service Provider, described the problem, and asked
whether there were any problems in my area. No problems in my area were
noted. They suggested I disable my Norton Antivirus Protection, shut the
computer down, re-boot, and try to send again. I did this, but the problem
remained. They suggested I contact Microsoft.

2. I called the Microsoft Help Desk telephone number I was given and
explained the problem. The woman said I had three options--(1) contact the
manufacturerer of my computer (I've been running this computer for the past
six years without this problem, so I don't think it has to do with how Dell
originally configured my computer); (2) contact Microsoft online (which I am
doing); or (3) pay them $49 to work with me over the telephone. I discarded
options 1 and 3, and here I am. So far, I've checked the Discussion Group
entries for Email under "Send but Not Receive" but none of the suggested
remedies there seemed to work.

What is this error message (0x80042109) and how do I fix the underlying
problem?

I want to archive calendar events, NOT EMAILS. How do I do this? Microsoft
Help doesn't help. Please reply with a how to, not a general answer. Thanks!

I had to reinstall outlook (Office 2003), and now when I open a message,
at the top in the header area, I get a security status message in a
shaded background (for example "You are now viewing this message in the
Internet Zone"). It wasn't there before, how do I turn this off? Thanks.

PS - I originally posted this a couple of days ago. Yesterday, I had to
do a new install of Outlook on a different machine, and the security
status message referenced above is not appearing on that machine, so
there is some setting somewhere that can turn this on or off. But I
have not been able to find it, and the message is still appearing on the
machine that I first posted about.

I had to reinstall outlook (Office 2003), and now when I open a message,
at the top in the header area, I get a security status message in a
shaded background (for example "You are now viewing this message in the
Internet Zone"). It wasn't there before, how do I turn this off? Thanks.

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Error 0X800CC18

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Pictures?

Sub SaveAttachment()
Dim objCurrentItem As Outlook.MailItem
Dim colAttachments As Outlook.Attachments
Dim objAttachment As Outlook.Attachment

Set objCurrentItem = Application.ActiveInspector.CurrentItem
Set colAttachments = objCurrentItem.Attachments
Set strFolderpath = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")

For Each objAttachment In colAttachments
objAttachment.SaveAsFile (strFolderpath.SpecialFolders("Desktop") & "" &
objAttachment.FileName)
Next

Set objAttachment = Nothing
Set colAttachments = Nothing
objCurrentItem.Close (olDiscard)
Set objCurrentItem = Nothing

End Sub

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