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What does "not implemented" mean?

when i try to export contacts, a pop-up box says "not implemented". how can
i fix this?


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Hi,

I assume it is a status icon??

After I have sent a message, I have a strange unknown icon appearing where
the envelope should be.

I have details view with columns headed; "Importance", "Reminder", "Icon",
"Attachment", "To", etc

In the "Icon" column, where there are a lot of envelopes, there is a
colourful one which looks like ...

a green tick, a green cross, and a circle and three "contact-style" heads.

What does this icon mean??

Thanks

Hi, actually i having problem receive external email but i can send and receice internal mail.
I have checked my domain mcat.com.my on the www.dnsreport.com n found an error

FAIL: You have one or more missing (stealth) nameservers. The following nameserver(s) are listed (at your nameservers) as nameservers for your domain, but are not listed at the the parent nameservers (therefore, they may or may not get used, depending on whether your DNS servers return them in the authority section for other requests, per RFC2181 5.4.1). You need to make sure that these stealth nameservers are working; if they are not responding, you may have serious problems!

what does it really mean? does it effect my mail problem above? Other than that my MX Record is ok just a few warning.please advise me. i dont know how to clear these errors. thank you.

I have some email messages in a personal folder in Outlook 2003. In the
standard view, one of the messages appears with a strike-through through the
From, Subject, Received, etc. fields. It's also displayed in a gray font, not
the normal black font.

I can open the message with no problem.

What does the strike-through / gray mean?

I have some email messages in a personal folder in Outlook 2003. In the
standard view, one of the messages appears with a strike-through through the
From, Subject, Received, etc. fields. It's also displayed in a gray font, not
the normal black font.

I can open the message with no problem.

What does the strike-through / gray mean?

Whenver I try and install Exchange 2000 Enterprise edition, I get the following message and cannot proceed: The Component "Microsoft Exchange Messaging and Collaboration Services" cannot be assigned the action of "Install" because: -This version of Microsoft Exchange 2000 Setup upgrades Exchange 2000 Server edition to Exchange 2000 Enterprise edition; you must have Exchange 2000 Server edition installed on the this machine before running Setup.

What does this mean? I purchased the full version of Exchange 2000 Enterprise edition. The only problem here is that I had the evaluation edition on the machine prior to this, and of course, it wouldn't automatically uninstall, so I followed Microsoft's guide on manual removal. Any advice? Thanks!

On a mail folder properties there is an option "Automatically generate
Microsoft Exchange Views" but what does this actually mean?

what does this error means (550 Your message does not conform to RFC2822
standard (in replyto end of DATA command)

what should i do to correct this error.

What does this error means?
550Your message does not conform to RFC2822 standard (in replyto end of DATA
command)

What can i correct this error

What does the symbol mean that looks like a box and has a little check mark,
x and ? in it?

In the Calendar view, just to the right of the numbers for the time of
appointments, there is a vertical white strip that is filled differently
depending on if one says, open, busy, out of the office, etc. On one
appointment there is a small triangle in the upper part of that spece. What
does it mean?

The past couple of months, I have noticed that when we (3 users) print an
email, a mysterious field comes up in the header area under the
To/From/Subject etc. The field is labeled "isChecked:" and the data is
invariably "-1".

What does this mean and/or how do I suppress this from printing?

Outlook 2003
Windows XP Professional (3 machines, peer-to-peer)
Outlook Add-ins: WorkGroup Share by Softtalk, and Advisor Assistant by Climark

In Excel, for the chart Axis number formatting, the first Time value
has a format code of: [$-F400]h:mm:ss AM/PM

What does the [$-F400] mean? THere are a ton of formatting strings
that have [$ ... ] but I can't find it referenced anywhere.

thanks - dave

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What does Filter Applied and how do I remove it?  I receive emails, read them and then they disappear once I close the program and then open it again. 

What does the not on rcpthosts (#557) mean?

"zohrab" a écrit dans le message de news: ...

"Bubey" a écrit dans le message de news:
...
What does this mean ?

"An unknown error has occurred. Subject ' Lemon
Meringue', Account: 'nn_Earthlink', Server:
'smtpauth.earthlink.net', Protocol: SMTP, Server
Response: '550 Your message does not conform to
RFC2822 standard', Port: 587, Secure(SSL): No,
Server Error: 550, Error Number: 0x800CCC69"

I was forwarding on one of the funny e-mails I
received. Never used to get an error response but
now I seem to be getting this
error response more frequently.

Help !

What does this mean ?

"An unknown error has occurred. Subject ' Lemon
Meringue', Account: 'nn_Earthlink', Server:
'smtpauth.earthlink.net', Protocol: SMTP, Server
Response: '550 Your message does not conform to
RFC2822 standard', Port: 587, Secure(SSL): No,
Server Error: 550, Error Number: 0x800CCC69"

I was forwarding on one of the funny e-mails I
received. Never used to get an error response but
now I seem to be getting this
error response more frequently.

Help !

E-mail messages do not go through, and they come back with the reason"551 not
our customer." What does it mean? I have been using these e-mail addresses
for a long time with no problems. The e-mail address is also missing from
the drop down list on the address space in the Reply or New Message box.
Help!

E-mail messages do not go through, and they come back with the reason"551 not
our customer." What does it mean? I have been using these e-mail addresses
for a long time with no problems. The e-mail address is also missing from
the drop down list on the address space in the Reply or New Message box.
Help!

What does this part of the message mean?

Is it saying the message was sent off of txcce02.p.local and reject by 445 ªA°È¾¹©Úµ´ - server rejected (#4.4.4) ?

Your message did not reach some or all of the intended recipients.

    Subject:    -2007 E-Mail-¾Ô°«¦W³æ¤j¶°¦X- 
    Sent:    9/22/2007 5:21 AM

The following recipient(s) could not be reached:

    caviar@sinamail.com on 9/22/2007 5:30 AM
          The e-mail system was unable to deliver the message, but did not report a specific reason.  Check the address and try again.  If it still fails, contact your system administrator.
         

sorry i'm new... view under mailbox resources.... some user mailbox's size are zero K...

the users are not storing the mails locally... What does it mean???? Please enlighten me, Thank you.

I had to reinstall windows on my computer and start over with everything.
Now I am getting a message when I click on send/receive "The operation
failed. An object could not be found." What does this mean and how do I fix
it?

I cannot get the outlook to work it says it is not implemented. What does
that mean?

Sometimes......I open something up and there is a symbol of a broken page (or
tape) and there is a dial inside and either the picture or the information
does not come up..what does that mean.....??? Is something wrong with my
computer... I have windows program

Hello

Running Outlook 2007 on about 200 + users with exchange 2003.

One user has asked me why a red almost like a progress bar appears to be moving in his To Do bar (see attached jpg) between where his up coming appointments are and his tasks. The red progress bar appears where it says "Arranged By: due date" and runs across into the next field/title "today on top"

This does not seem to appear in my outlook or anyone else’s that I have noticed.

Does anyone know what this means when it is moving? We think it is requesting data but you usually get an timer appear over the Oulook icon in the system tray which is not the case.

Thanks hope someone can tell me what it means?

Regards,

James


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