I have Office 365 Home. I can't send email using the Outlook app because it tells me I have no certificate? My computer has Windows 10 Pro. Outlook is configured using Exchange. I have tried reconfiguring it but it will not let me change the settings. Do I need to purchase a certificate or how do I change the settings? I have always been able to send email till I installed Office 365 Home.
Thanks! Any help will be appreciated.
I updated my outlook to 2016 recently but now i can't open old emails in unicode format. The email in unicode 2016 i can open them but the old ones ( 2013 ) i can't. I try browse and found the outlook 2016 but no luck.
Can someone tell me how can i open the emails in unicode format ( 2013 outlook version ) ?
A feature I use all the time in Microsoft Outlook 2013 (Office 2013) is the ability to open a calendar invite during a meeting and click - Meeting Notes. See screenshot from Outlook 2013.
After installing Office 2016, when I open up outlook I no longer have that option in the calendar. It's just missing.
Is anyone else having this issue or is it just me?
Hopefully this is just an issue with the Preview and it will get fixed later during full release.
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Ouch. I know how it feels losing a days worth of work. The worst part is when you have to recreate what you've already done.
To answer your question, when you found the Entry "OutlookSecureTempFolder" what was the path in the DATA column? I assume you reviewed this post here to find it. It looks like you found the registry key entry so your more than 1/2 way there. Find that key again and you should have the path to your OLK folder and your Excel should be sitting there.
Now the path might be a bit confusing because with Outlook 2007, there actually is "NOT" an OLK folder. For instance, on my XP/Outlook 2007 install, my OLK folder or "Temp Outlook Folder" / "OutlookSecureTempFolder" is:
"c:\Documents and Settings\mrgroove\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Content.Outlook\4V32TZLP"
So if you look on your box you will find what your looking for in the "Content.Outlook" folder. Take a look there and your golden.
Let me know how this works for you!
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