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I have windows vista and office 2007. My computer language is in English but
I speak Spanish, so I changed my default language in Microsoft outlook so
that all the emails I write the computer checks the language in Spanish. This
works perfectly, but always the computer speller checks the subject in
English. How do I change it?


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Dear readers:
Is there a way to spell check in Outlook in English and Spanish
simultaneously with a feature like detect language automatically available
in word.
I find it annoying to have to change the default language every time I write
mail in Spanish.

Arturo

Dear readers:
I did not receive any response from a previous post, so I'm repeating it.

Is there a way to spell check in Outlook in English and Spanish
simultaneously with a feature like detect language automatically available
in word.
I find it annoying to have to change the default language every time I write
mail in Spanish.

Arturo

Dear readers:
I did not receive any response from a previous post, so I'm repeating it.

Is there a way to spell check in Outlook in English and Spanish
simultaneously with a feature like detect language automatically available
in word.
I find it annoying to have to change the default language every time I write
mail in Spanish.

Arturo

Dear readers:
Is there a way to spell check in Outlook in English and Spanish
simultaneously with a feature like detect language automatically available
in word.
I find it annoying to have to change the default language every time I write
mail in Spanish.

Arturo

I have a user who sends internet e-mail in English and sometimes her subject
line changes to Chinese characters. When I check the Options I get the
following:

This is the actual subject line: FW: 浅楡l

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: =?iso-2022-jp?B?Rlc6IBskQkB1XEAbKEJs?=

I had her foward me the message from her Sent Mail and again checked the
options and get the following:

This is the actual subject line: FW: Email

Content-class: urn:content-classes:message
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: FW: Email

I don't believe it is a server issue as it is only happening to one user. I
sent a test e-mail to the external address and it showed up fine. I'm
thinking it is something my user has chagned in her settings. I've had her
compare the settings to mine and they look fine, but I don't know where else
to look.

Any help is appreciated

I have a user who sends internet e-mail in English and sometimes her subject
line changes to Chinese characters. When I check the Options I get the
following:

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: =?iso-2022-jp?B?Rlc6IBskQkB1XEAbKEJs?=

I had her foward me the message from her Sent Mail and again checked the
options and get the following:

Content-class: urn:content-classes:message
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: FW: Email

I don't believe it is a server issue as it is only happening to one user. I
sent a test e-mail to the external address and it showed up fine. I'm
thinking it is something my user has chagned in her settings. I've had her
compare the settings to mine and they look fine, but I don't know where else
to look.

Any help is appreciated

I have a user who sends internet e-mail in English and sometimes her subject
line changes to Chinese characters. When I check the Options I get the
following:

MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: =?iso-2022-jp?B?Rlc6IBskQkB1XEAbKEJs?=

I had her foward me the message from her Sent Mail and again checked the
options and get the following:

Content-class: urn:content-classes:message
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: FW: Email

I don't believe it is a server issue as it is only happening to one user. I
sent a test e-mail to the external address and it showed up fine. I'm
thinking it is something my user has chagned in her settings. I've had her
compare the settings to mine and they look fine, but I don't know where else
to look.

Any help is appreciated

Suddently my outlook calendar prints month at top in both English and
Spanish? It used to only print large typeface month in English. How do I get
rid of Spanish large typeface month?

confirmed scenario that I could use some explanations on:
exchange 2003 , outlook 2003 or 2010 , recipients are uknown (could be webmail, outlook, exchange, pop3 who knows..)

- receive message1 with subject of MONDAY
- user opens this message
- user edits the subject to TUESDAY
- user deletes all message body, writes some new one
- user picks new recipients
- user sends it

the recipient sees the subject of TUESDAY (I hope!) but in the source of the email the subject of MONDAY is also there!

the way we discovered this is that when the recipient from specific company replies back to us (so remember, they replied to TUESDAY) but the outlook message preview starts with MONDAYTUESDAY..+messagebody. This only occurs in the message preview (quick preview) but it does happen.

So to test I did the procedure above , sent it out to bunch of external sources of mine and sure enough if I view source of the message the MONDAY subject is there.

Granted neither client I tested showed monday right off the bat in normal message view, but I couldn't test it on another exchange/outlook setup with another quick preview so whose to say it doesn't show for the recipient. Either way it is there.

for example: I sent the email to my comcast , its source shows the proper subject of test-forward in this field:

Thread-Topic: test - forward

but if I search for the original subject that shouldn't be anywhere in there sure enough it pops up

)">RE: Original Title

Hello all,

This has stumped me for a while and I can't seem to find anything about it
on-line. I can't figure out how to enter non-ASCII characters in the subject
line of an email message or the name and mailing address of a contact. If I'm
in the subject line in a new message, or in the open contact name or address
fields, I can't even switch my language bar to another keyboard (I'm trying
this with Greek).

I have been using the Greek keyboard with many other applications, including
Word and Outlook for many years (e.g., to type the body of an email message
or notes in the contact). However I haven't figured out how to enable non-US
input in subjects and addresses or names.

I have Outlook 2007 (system info reports build Build 6300) on XP with SP 2
(version 5.1.2600). My Office UI language is 1033.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Petros

please advise how to set up Outlook 2000 to be able to display other
language in E-mail message pane. I have no problem to display the message
contents in other language but have problem to display the E-mail header in
message pane. Thanks!

I met Japanese people on my holidays and they kindly emailed me some
phantastic holiday snaps a few weeks later.

They hardly spoke any English and I want to send them an Email in Outlook
2003, thanking them in English, and then include an automatic Japanese
translation, similar to a 'Babelfish' generated one.

I cut and paste the Japanese translation into my Outlook 2003 email and sent
it to another email address of mine for test purposes, and all I received
instead of the Japanese characters were question marks.

I am wonderin what do I need to do to make it highly likely that my new
friedns in Japan actually receive the Japanese text as well as the English
one?

I met Japanese people on my holidays and they kindly emailed me some
phantastic holiday snaps a few weeks later.

They hardly spoke any English and I want to send them an Email in Outlook
2003, thanking them in English, and then include an automatic Japanese
translation, similar to a 'Babelfish' generated one.

I cut and paste the Japanese translation into my Outlook 2003 email and sent
it to another email address of mine for test purposes, and all I received
instead of the Japanese characters were question marks.

I am wonderin what do I need to do to make it highly likely that my new
friedns in Japan actually receive the Japanese text as well as the English
one?

have multilanguage support installed.
Can type in English and Greek.
Unable to switch to Greek to type Names and Addresses in Greek in Contacts.

I have enabled Russian Language support in Vista for use in Outlook 2007 for
a user who deals extensively with the Russian market.

There is no problem in viewing and entering cyrillic alphabet characters in
the body of the e-mail but Outlook will not allow display cyrillic alphabet
characters in either the From field or the Subject field. Nor will it allow
these characters to be entered in these fields from the keyboard when
composing an e-mail.

The problem is two-fold. We cannot see the e-mailer's name and when we send
an e-mail with the subject in English it may be deleted as spam by the
Russian recipient

I have seen these fields enabled on an XP/Outlook 2003 pc but cannot
replicate.

Can anyone help with this please.

NB We do not use a MS Exchange Server
--
Bill

I have enabled Russian Language support in Vista for use in Outlook 2007 for
a user who deals extensively with the Russian market.

There is no problem in viewing and entering cyrillic alphabet characters in
the body of the e-mail but Outlook will not allow display cyrillic alphabet
characters in either the From field or the Subject field. Nor will it allow
these characters to be entered in these fields from the keyboard when
composing an e-mail.

The problem is two-fold. We cannot see the e-mailer's name and when we send
an e-mail with the subject in English it may be deleted as spam by the
Russian recipient

I have seen these fields enabled on an XP/Outlook 2003 pc but cannot
replicate.

Can anyone help with this please.

NB We do not use a MS Exchange Server
--
Bill

Hi!

I've got a customer located in Denmark who also have employees in USA. One of the employees in USA complaints about danish naming of the "to", "from", "Send" and "Subject" fields, but this only happens if a server based rule kicks in and automatically forwards the email for him (he has created the rule himself through OWA). If he sends a "normal" email, everything works fine and the fields are displayed in english.

Does this have anything to do with the regional settings on the server or is it user specific? The best thing would be just to change it for the USA located users, but if this cannot be done (or is too difficult) we'll just change it for everyone.

Any ideas/comments will be greatly appreciated :)

Best Regards and thanks in advance.
Thomas

Hello
we use several Exchange servers in a large organisation. All of them are
installed in english. One of the servers creates Storage Limit Warning
Messages sometimes in english and sometimes in german. I know that the last
client is responsible for the language. But which client connects at night,
when the system creates the messages? I compared the Exchange servervs and
found some different things. An http client is still in connection to the
large mailbox, the windows account is "NT Authoritysystem" and it has the
localeID 1031. Further the "systemmailbox{xxx} is accessed via http and OLEDB
used by windows account "NT Authoritysystem" and localeID 1031. Any ideas
why this is accessed by the system with a german locale?
And how can I change this?
Please help me.

Outlook2000, Internet Mail Only version on w2k SP2.
Active Code Page on w2k is set to 850
Used for communication in English and Russian
Mail Format --->International Options --> Encoding are set to KOI8-R

Everything works fine except in the messages listing (the right upper pane
of Outlook window) the Subject in Russian is unreadable.
If I single-click on such a message, its text appears in the preview pane
(the right bottom pane of Outlook window) and the Subject appears on the
preview pane panel and it looks OK
When I open this message, the subject also looks OK

How shal I set it to show subjects correctly in the messages listing ?

I have a user who sends internet e-mail in English and sometimes her subject
line changes to Chinese characters. When I check the Options I get the
following:

This is the actual subject line: FW: 浅楡l
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: =?iso-2022-jp?B?Rlc6IBskQkB1XEAbKEJs?=

I had her foward me the message from her Sent Mail and again checked the
options and get the following:

This is the actual subject line: FW: Email

Content-class: urn:content-classes:message
MIME-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: application/ms-tnef;
name="winmail.dat"
Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary
Subject: FW: Email

I don't believe it is a server issue as it is only happening to one user. I
sent a test e-mail to the external address and it showed up fine. I'm
thinking it is something my user has chagned in her settings. I've had her
compare the settings to mine and they look fine, but I don't know where else
to look.

Any help is appreciated

G

I always used the ASCII codes (Alt+#), which always worked fine. All of a
sudden, Outlook won't take these commands. I press ALT and the appropriate
number and NADA happens. What went wrong? How fix? Thanks.

"Pat Willener" wrote:

> There are various 3rd-party tools available; I for one use ShortKeys
> Lite (http://www.shortkeys.com/lite.htm). It's free, but is limited to
> 15 shortkeys, which is just enough for me to type ä, ö, ü, à, é, è, ç,
> û, €, ¥.
>
> rg.cell wrote:
> > I use English-language Outlook, but frequently compose messages in Spanish,
> > or enter Spanish phrases in an English message. I have not been able to find
> > a way to do this, other than creating the characters I need in Word and then
> > copying/pasting.
>
>

I recently bought a new computer and was reinstalling outlook express 6.0.
When someone sent me a message, I noticed that the date was in a foreign
language (I think it was Eastern European of some kind or Ukrainian). I want
it in English.

How do I fix it?
--
Jeffrey Brown

I have users who need to use English and Spanish on a daily basis. I have
Word and Excel "autodetecting" but I can't seem to get Outlook to do it. Any
ideas?
Thanks!
--
CK

"Roady [MVP]" wrote:

> Outlook Express doesn't integrate with Office 2007 anymore.
> You might want to consider changing to Windows Live Mail instead. This comes
> with support for various languages.
>
> There might also be some 3rd party spell check tools available for Outlook
> Express.
>
> Note that this is an Microsoft Office Outlook forum.
>
> Outlook Express is family of Internet Explorer and Outlook of the Office
> family.
>
> Here is the link for the right forum
> http://www.microsoft.com/communities...xpress.general
>
> Good Luck!
>
> --
> Robert Sparnaaij [MVP-Outlook]
> Coauthor, Configuring Microsoft Outlook 2003
> http://www.howto-outlook.com/
> Outlook FAQ, HowTo, Downloads, Add-Ins and more
>
> http://www.msoutlook.info/
> Real World Questions, Real World Answers
>
> -----
>
> "Not Bi-lingual" wrote in message
> news:5D5236DC-2DFB-4E2B-AD74-517570719D43@microsoft.com...
> > I installed Office 2007 and for some reason OutLook Express now wants to
> > do
> > spellcheck in French. I tried to change the spellcheck language in
> > OutLook
> > Express but there is no other language option in the dropdown menu except
> > French. When I check the editing language in Word 2007 it is set to U.S.
> > English and Word spellchecks documents using the English dictionary.
> >
> > I have SP1 installed for Office 2007 and I am running XP with the lastest
> > updates. Any ideas on how I can get my English dictionary in OutLook
> > Express
> > back?
> >
> >
>


No text is appearing in the From and Subject lines of Outlook message and the messages are in text and or very cryptic.  Some I can't read at all.


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