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Facebook connector missing in Outlook 2013 | MSOutlook.info

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In Outlook 2010, I used to be connected to Facebook via the Outlook Social Connector. I wanted to do this in Outlook 2013 as well but the Facebook connector isn't listed as an option anymore.
When I clicked on "Connect to another social network", I'm being taken to a website which says that the Facebook Connector is included in Office.
Obviously, it is not for me. How can I add Facebook to Outlook 2013?
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Exporting to or importing from Excel in Outlook 2013 | MSOutlook.info

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In previous versions of Outlook, I regularly exported some of my Outlook Calendar, Contacts and Mail data to Excel files to work with it from there or imported data into Outlook from Excel. You also have some Import/Export tips which involve Excel.
However, now that I’ve upgraded to Outlook 2013, the option to import from or to an Excel file is no longer available.
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Delete Old and Unwanted Outlook Express Stationery

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Itend to install every I come across. Maybe I like it. But maybe I don't, and over time a lot of stationery has accumulated in my stationery folder, making it ever more difficult to find the ones I like. Time to do some cleaning!

To delete old and unwanted stationery from Outlook Express:

Click on the down arrow on the Create Mail button.Select Select Stationery from the menu.In the list of stationery that comes up,click with the right mouse button on any stationery file you want to delete andselect Delete from the pop-up menu to remove it.

Note that this will not remove any files associated with the stationery (like images and sounds, for example), but it will certainly help you keep the list of available stationery in Outlook Express clean.

If the stationery you just deleted still shows up in the Create Mail drop-down menu in Outlook Express, there's a way to get rid of this entry, too.


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How do I back up Outlook data to move it to another account?

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In Outlook, click File > Import and Export.

In the Import and Export Wizard dialog box, do the following:

Under Choose an action to perform, select Export to a file, and then click Next.On the Export to a File page, select Personal Folder File (.pst), and then click Next.On the Export Personal Folders page, under Select the folder to export from, select Mailbox -<user name>. Select the Include subfolders check box, and then click Next.On the Export Personal Folders page, in the Save exported file as box, note the location where the backup.pst file will be created. By default, it's C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\backup.pst. Under Options, select Replace duplicates with items exported, and then click Finish.On the Create Microsoft Personal Folders page, click OK to create a .pst file. If you want, set a password to protect the .pst file, which will be named backup.pst. A password isn't required.

How do I move the data to another account?

Connect to the account you want to move the data to using Outlook 2007 or Outlook

2010. For more information, see Connect Outlook to This Account.

In Outlook, click File, and then click Import and Export.

In the Import and Export Wizard dialog box:

Under Choose an action to perform, select Import from another program or file, and then click Next.On the Import a File page, select Personal Folder File (.pst), and then click Next.In Import Personal Folders, under File to import, locate the backup.pst file you created. Under Options, select Replace duplicates with items imported, and then click Next.In Import Personal Folders, under Select the folder to import from, select the top node. Select Include subfolders, select Import items into the same folder in, and then select the top node of your mailbox (Mailbox - <user name>). Click Finish.

After you click Finish, Outlook will import the contents of the backup.pst file into the local Outlook data store on your computer. After the data has been copied into the local data store, Outlook will upload the data into your mailbox. If you have lots of data in your mailbox, this may take hours. Make sure that you don't shut down Outlook, and make sure you're connected to the destination account while the upload happens.

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10 tips for mastering Microsoft Outlook 2013 | PCWorld

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Backup and restore the Outlook’s RoamCache folder | MSOutlook.info

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How to Troubleshoot Email Problems in Outlook with Transaction Logging

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Usually, sending and receiving mail works smoothly in Outlook. But as soon as you have become a bit too accustomed to this error-free email existence, a puzzling and ill-explained error pops up.

If the unexplained error does not go away, only a log can help. Outlook can create a detailed list of what it is doing, sending and receiving as it tries to exchange mail. Using this log, you can either pinpoint the problem yourself or at least show it to your ISP's mail support person, for example.

Outlook can log all communication with Exchange, POP, SMTP and IMAP servers as well as Hotmail communication.

Troubleshoot Email Problems in Outlook with Transaction Logging

To log email traffic for troubleshooting in Outlook:

Select Tools | Options... from the menu in Outlook.Go to the Other tab.Click Advanced Options.Make sure Enable logging (troubleshooting) (or Enable mail logging (troubleshooting) in Outlook 2003) is enabled.Click OK.

Click OK again.Exit and restart Outlook.

Now it's time to

attempt the failed email action — sending the message or retrieving new mail, for example — again

to reproduce the error. After you have generated the error, make sure you

uncheck Enable logging (troubleshooting) (or Enable mail logging (troubleshooting)) again

via the steps outlined above before you restart Outlook once more.

Find the Log File

While turning transaction logging on or off is easy in Outlook, finding the log files can be a bit more involved:

Select Run... from the Start menu.Type "%temp%" (without the quotation marks).Click OK.

POP and SMTP:Open the OPMLog.log file in the folder that opens.

IMAP:Open the Outlook Logging folder.Go to the folder named after your IMAP account.Open the imap0.log, imap1.log etc. files.

Hotmail:Open the Outlook Logging and then the Hotmail folder.

Open the http0.log, http1.log etc. files.

 


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Microsoft tempts Gmail users to Outlook.com with streamlined switch-over

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Switching email clients is always a chore, but Microsoft is encouraging Gmail users to swap to its new Outlook.com webmail by providing functionality...
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How to Delete Error Messages in Outlook Express

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The "Server Error: 421" error message appears in Outlook Express when you are on a server that is utilizing a POP3 connection and you attempt to send out an email to another account using the POP3 connection. The error message appears because the number of connections on the server is set too low. The number of connections needs to be set higher for the error and its messages to disappear. " Error 0X800ccc90" or "Error 0x800ccc18" is an error in which the Outlook Express program mistakenly stops your password from being authenticated, thus preventing you from logging into Outlook Express. This error can be fixed from within the Outlook Express program.

 

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Error 421

 

Access and run the Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator utility. The process used to set up the server will cause the access path to the utility to vary.

 

Locate the "Connections" icon in the Microsoft Exchange Server Administrator’s left navigation pane. This is for the server that you want to administer. Find the "Internet Mail Service" icon in the right navigation pane and double click it to open the "Properties" dialog box.

 

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Click the "Connections" tab, then click the "Advanced" button. The configuration dialog will open up.

 

Move the number in the "Max No. of Inbound Connections" higher, until the error is rectified. For example, begin with 100 and if this does not solve the error, continue to go higher until the error is fixed.

 

Close the program dialog boxes to save recent changes.

 

Error 0X800ccc90/Error 0x800ccc18

 

Open and run Outlook Express and click on the "Tools" option in the main menu.

 

Choose the "Accounts" option under the "Tools" menu.

 

Click on your email account to select it and choose the "Log on using" option.

 

Click on "Servers" in the "Log on using" menu. Select the "Clear Text" option to rectify this error.

 

You can now log on without any issues.

 

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Microsoft Finishes Transfer from Hotmail to Outlook - TechNorms

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Microsoft has finished one of the biggest digital moves in the company's life from Hotmail to Outlook; we show you what this means for Hotmail users.
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Deleting Calendars from Outlook.com | MSOutlook.info

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I’ve configured my Outlook.com account in Outlook and here I see multiple Calendars like my default Calendar, a Birthday Calendar, a Holidays Calendar and a few more I created.
Now I want to delete the ones I created as I either copied the items to my main Calendar or simply no longer need them. However, when I right click on the Calendar in Outlook, the option to delete the Calendar is greyed out.
How do I delete these Outlook.com Calendars?
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Using the Full Name field of a Contact in a Mail Merge | MSOutlook.info

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I’m doing a Mail Merge within Word with Outlook’s Contacts data as the source.
Within my template, I’m trying to insert the “Full Name” as it is displayed in the Contact form in Outlook, but I can’t seem to find that as a selectable field for the Mail Merge in Word.
I can use the “First” and “Last” field to construct it but this is a bit cumbersome and complicated when I need to account for names with surname prefixes like “Dick van Dyke” for which I’ve stored “Dyke” in the Last field and “van” in the “Middle” field.
Isn’t there a direct way to use the “Full Name” field in a Mail Merge like it is available in Outlook?
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Just imagine while trying to open an email message in your Microsoft Outlook you get an error message:  ‘The file xyz.pst is not a personal folders file’ This kind of error appears when your PST file gets corrupt. This kind of error is not a usual thing in your Exchange environment. The Exchange administrators divulge […]

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I frequently search through my entire mailbox rather than just a single folder as I store my mails in multiple folders and also want to include the Sent Items folder.
However, this makes the Search results a bit cluttered as obviously there is no folder structure anymore.
Is there a way to color code the results based on the folder?For instance, results from the Inbox will stay black, Sent Items will be blue and Deleted Items will be red.
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How do I back up Outlook data to move it to another account?

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In Outlook, click File > Import and Export.

In the Import and Export Wizard dialog box, do the following:

Under Choose an action to perform, select Export to a file, and then click Next.On the Export to a File page, select Personal Folder File (.pst), and then click Next.On the Export Personal Folders page, under Select the folder to export from, select Mailbox -<user name>. Select the Include subfolders check box, and then click Next.On the Export Personal Folders page, in the Save exported file as box, note the location where the backup.pst file will be created. By default, it's C:\Users\<user name>\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\backup.pst. Under Options, select Replace duplicates with items exported, and then click Finish.On the Create Microsoft Personal Folders page, click OK to create a .pst file. If you want, set a password to protect the .pst file, which will be named backup.pst. A password isn't required.

How do I move the data to another account?

Connect to the account you want to move the data to using Outlook 2007 or Outlook

2010. For more information, see Connect Outlook to This Account.

In Outlook, click File, and then click Import and Export.

In the Import and Export Wizard dialog box:

Under Choose an action to perform, select Import from another program or file, and then click Next.On the Import a File page, select Personal Folder File (.pst), and then click Next.In Import Personal Folders, under File to import, locate the backup.pst file you created. Under Options, select Replace duplicates with items imported, and then click Next.In Import Personal Folders, under Select the folder to import from, select the top node. Select Include subfolders, select Import items into the same folder in, and then select the top node of your mailbox (Mailbox - <user name>). Click Finish.

After you click Finish, Outlook will import the contents of the backup.pst file into the local Outlook data store on your computer. After the data has been copied into the local data store, Outlook will upload the data into your mailbox. If you have lots of data in your mailbox, this may take hours. Make sure that you don't shut down Outlook, and make sure you're connected to the destination account while the upload happens.

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Preventing Outlook from Sending Spam Messages

A computer should be protected by an antivirus utility to prevent virus or malware infection. Such an infection might have the ability to send spam or perform DDoS attacks. Luckily some antivirus programs provide incoming and outgoing email scanner tools that help in preventing email viruses being sent from your computer. Most email scanner in antivirus software supports Outlook, Windows Mail, Thunderbird and Outlook Express so you don't have to manually configure which email program to protect or monitor by antivirus program.

Note that the anti-spam module in an antivirus program is different from an e-mail scanner. An anti-spam component will only filter good and bad emails while an email scanner for virus or malware will prevent Outlook or other email program to send infected emails.

Advanced firewall programs can help to prevent Outlook in sending spam messages, as well. A rule-based firewall can be setup to determine which protocol, port number and outgoing mail server should be allowed by the firewall when using Outlook or other email program. This will prevent infected emails or spam messages to be sent, if the trojan or worm has configured another.

It's a rule of thumb to only use computers that has up-to-date applications and operating systems to prevent infection caused by known exploits. You can also Free Download Toolbar http://techbuddiesinctoolbar.ourtoolbar.com/

 


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How do I backup email to an external hard disk using Outlook 2013

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In Outlook, I've created an Archive folder for my mail as part of Sent mail. I want to move all of the messages to an external hard drive, but when I try, it only gives me the option of text only, which I presume is the header of each message.

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Outlook 2010 not responding, hangs, freezes or stopped working

You receive an “Outlook not responding” error, or Outlook hangs, freezes or stops working when opening a file or sending mail.

 

Problems with Outlook hanging, freezing or not responding may occur for one or more of the following reasons:

 

This issue can occur if you have not installed the latest updates.

 

Outlook may be in use by another process.

 

A previously installed add-in may be interfering with Outlook.

 

Your mailbox may be too large.

 

You may need to repair your Office 2010 programs.

 

Outlook data files may have become corrupt, or damaged.

 

Antivirus software may be outdated, or conflicting with Outlook.

 

Your user profile may have become corrupt.

 

Another program may be conflicting with Outlook.

 

Resolution

 

Follow the provided methods in this article in order. If you have previously tried one of these methods and it did not help, go to another method quickly from this list:

 

Method 1: Install the latest updates

 

Method 2: Check to make sure Outlook is not in use by another process

 

Method 3: Investigate possible issues with add-ins

 

Method 4: Check to see if your mailbox is oversized

 

Method 5: Repair your Office 2010 programs

 

Method 6: Repair your Outlook data files

 

Method 7: Check to see if your antivirus software is up-to-date or conflicting with Outlook

 

Method 8: Create a new user profile in Outlook

 

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