Outlook 2010 on Windows 7 "download file" box will not go away after i accidentally closed outlook during a file download. Now, every time i open up outlook inbox this file download box opens and attempts to open a file, forcing internet explorer browser to open.
I really want to resolve this issue, it isn't really annoying and pointless. The file it is attempting to open is no longer contained in any email or in the temporary folders that i am aware of . I have attempted emptying and cleaning temp files, system restore and some other things which have not worked.
Could you please advise on how i could fix this?
Thanks, bewildered frustrated, outlook user
Employer changed e-mail account names after company name change. Approx 1 month later Outlook flags stopped working appropriately. all but one selection flag "today" stopped working. How do I fix this?
Searched for Outlook settings affecting flags, customized ribbon by setting-up new group to appear in the ribbon (the options I want, display as greyed out and not available still), searched on-line for fixes for the problem (only found fixes for Outlook 2007 OR upgraded systems - 2007 to 2010). Have asked IT to re-install Outlook (not happened yet)..., THEN looked at the 'old' e-mail account with the company's old name and all the flag functions I used are functional there..., but NOT in the new e-mail account! Got any suggestions?
We are using Outlook 2010 here at the office. And several people are getting the message that there inbox is out of space. And those people have over 3500 emails in there inbox. When I started here I made folders for everyone of my subjects so I can archive easely. But now I want to know how many emails I have.
Q: How do I find out how many emails I have, including all the folders, using Outlook 2010?
How do you save a shortcut in your favorites bar to another users inbox when they have given you delagate rights to their mailbox.
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