I have an Office 365 subscription and I too have the Facebook Contacts (and Skype Contacts) folder in Outlook 2016 (Exchange). I can confirm also, that the folder does not show in the Outlook.com web interface.
I am able to delete the Facebook Contacts folder in Outlook 2016, only for it to...
You are correct. Even though I am importing Calendar events, the Mail option is affecting the import.
I went to Outlook Options >> Mail >> Message Format and un-ticked the Remove extra line breaks in plain text messages option and the import works as expected.
What is even more bizarre, is...
I went back to Excel and used the Alt+Enter line feeds and can confirm the EOL character is a linefeed (LF) and the end-of-record character is the Carriage Return+Linefeed combination (CR+LF):
On import, the results are the same as my original post:
I did report this issue to Microsoft...
I am running Outlook 2016 16.0.9126.2152 32 bit on a Window 10 Pro 64-bit version 1709 (OS Build 16299.371) PC.
If I import into a calendar, the attached csv file (which contains 2 calendar events), the description field in the second event is not parsed correctly .
In the first event the...
All code is running from a macro in Outlook 2016. Code has worked for years until the recent Office 365 update.
Changed all Set oOutlook = CreateObject("Outlook.Application") to Set oOutlook = Outlook.Application. Code is now working. Still, it does not explain why/what changed in the Office...
Today my Office 365 updated automatically to version 16.0.8625.2121.
Now all my vba code in Outlook 2016 with:
Dim oOutlook As Outlook.Application
Set oOutlook = CreateObject("Outlook.Application")
produces the following error on the Set statement:
is anyone else getting this or does...
No, haven't tried the native Android app as I wanted something that handles more than Contacts. The Outlook for Android app handles mail, calendar, contacts etc. in a single app.
It should work properly but doesn't.
Personal email address and Work email address appear correct in...
I have been using Outlook for 20 years, going back to Outlook 97 thru to Outlook 2016 (part of Office and now Office 365 subscriptions). I administrate several Windows PCs with Office 365, with different Microsoft accounts.
This has worked well over the years starting with POP3, then IMAP...
Yes, I forwarded the emails using the Outlook 2016 Forward (Ctrl+F) button, to other Outlook 2016 users to see if the problem was isolated to my PC/Microsoft account, but they are also unable to view the emails in Outlook 2016.
Thanks for your help, but this is a problem with Outlook 2016 (and this has been confirmed by Microsoft thru a support incident) but there is so far, no resolution.
The emails in question have been forwarded to many Windows 10 PC users, running Outlook 2016 and no-one can view the emails in...
If the message was corrupt, how am I able to view it via the Internet Explorer browser and the Outlook.com web gui and the Outlook android app, but not in the Outlook 2016 windows desktop app?
Also, creating the registry key did not resolve the issue.
Finally, by repair, I assume you are...
There is no registry key:
I am using Outlook 2016 with the account setup for Microsoft Exchange. I am receiving emails from my telecom provider (PlusNet) which are listed in the email list but when selected, the body of the email is not displaying in the Reading Pane. When I double click the email I get the following...
Prior to my Outlook 2016 EAS account migrating to Exchange, all my Calendars appeared as subfolders under my main folder (at the same level), named Calendar, Birthdays and UK Holidays.
I wrote some vba code to export the calendars, where I created a reference to each calendar folder and by...
My account is still using EAS (has not yet been migrated by Microsoft) so my mail, calendar, contacts etc. are stored locally in an .ost file. Where on the local machine are the custom views, categories etc. stored i.e. which folder/file or registry key etc.?