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getting rid of the little message alert window

Please tell me how I can get rid of the little message alert flash that shows
up on my screen when I receive an email, but I have another window open on
top of Outlook. It's distracting when you are trying to work.


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"PeteF1@Toronto" wrote:

> You would think that with all the "improvements" Microsoft is making to these
> programs, that something simple like removing the Favorite Folders pane would
> be a piece of cake, but instead, they blithley say in the help section that
> you can't get rid of it. You can click on the folder view, but anytime you
> go to your calender and back to mail, the Favorites Folder is there again.
> It's a small thing, but it is endlessly annoying to me to have this
> cluttering up my view.
>
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Hi Randy, After dealing with this same question for a couple of years, I
finally decided to search the communities messages, and found your answers to
a couple of people dealing with the same question. I wasn't able to find the
NK2 file, nor to get rid of the old AutoCorrect address by deleting it when
it came up. Is there anything new from Microsoft Outlook in the last year
that addresses this problem, or any new method by which to correct an
incorrect address?

"Randy" wrote:

DLS,

You may also be interested in a program that will let you fully edit the NK2
file. You can find it at http://www.ingressor.com/ingressor_products.htm

Randy
"DLS" wrote in message
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I just got MS Vista which came with Outlook 2003. The 'Accept Terms' screen
keeps coming every time I go into Outlook, even though I always press the
Accept button. Very annoying - what is the problem and how do I get rid of
that screen?

I need all new emails to go directly into my new mail folder not in the bulk
mail folder. I cant seem to get rid of that folder which I never wanted to
begin with. Can anyone help me?

I just upgraded from Office 2000 to 2003. Now whenever I get online or try
to get addresses from contact list, I get this annoying "MSLDAP Directory"
and shows a few boxes with "Null" filled in. If I click OK, it lets me in,
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I use my Microsoft Outlook program for the calendar, contacts and tasks
only. I use another program for my internet and mail.

This morning I went in to update my calendar and all of a sudden I am
getting an internet page stating that "the server cannot be found". I
couldn't get rid of it so I connected to the internet. Now my Outlook
program is named - "MY WAY" and this web site fills the area that my
calendar should be.

I have tried all morning to get rid of it and/or work in my program but
I can't get to my calendar - PLEASE HELP ME GET RID OF THIS FROM MY
COMPUTER AND MY OUTLOOK PROGRAM!!!

HELP!!
Sincerely,

Mom#2

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mom#2
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When you have typed in an email address manually in any of the addressee
fields, Outlook appears to remember those email addresses so that the
next time you begin typing the same characters, Outlook gives you a
dropdown list of matching addresses.

This is a convenient feature until one addressees changes their address
just slightly. Then you can't get rid of the old email address. At
least I have not been able to figure out how to purge the drop down
lists of invalid addresses.

Can someone please explain how to do this?


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