I am trying to synchronise my Outlook 2007 desktop application with my online Outlook account. I have Windows 10. To do so I have loaded Outlook on my desktop, selected Tools along the top and then Options / Mail Setup / Email accounts. Then double-click on my Outlook email address and...
I am using the Outlook 2007 desktop application.
I have to delete all the email addresses of employees from a particular company, so if I have sent a msg to email@example.com and he then replies, I need to delete firstname.lastname@example.org from the inbox and sent folders. Then I need to delete...
Thank you for your reply.
No, it's a stand alone PC at home.
Exactly: Tools | Options | Mail Format.
I can choose the not under 'Replying and Forwarding Messages' and 'Composing and Reading Plain Text Messages', but not 'New Mail Messages'.
When I go to Tools | Options | Stationery and Fonts in Outlook 2007 the button to change fonts is greyed out.
Is there a way around this, please, so that my fonts are consistent throughout?
I have an IMAP Hotmail account that I use via Outlook 2007. It's working OK except that when I click on an email in my inbox and select delete, it does not seem to actually be deleted.
Sometimes a line appears through the email I want to delete, but I a not sure if it is actually...
Yes, I can see those settings in my Hotmail account online, except that in Outlook 2007 (Control Panel | Mail) there are no fields to enter server names. Everything else I have followed to the letter.
I will take another look at it tomorrow (it's gone 5am here!) and post you with the results...
So far so good!
I owe you a million thanks after 3 months of headache.
Exchange server works fine - it can send and receive emails.
IMAP (Hotmail account) is a little more tricky as it can't connect to the incoming or outgoing server: Win 10 tells me in a pop-up that 993 is in an offline...
I have got several data (ost) files:
Should I delete all of them for both email accounts with an ost extention, then restart Outlook and then close it, and then configure both accounts in Control Panel | User | Mail?
Thank you for your kind reply.
I will work through it step by step.
When you say ' delete the data file', which data file do you mean? Hotmail or Outlook - or both? - and where would I find those?
In an ideal world, I would want my .outlook.com to be my Exchange server account...
I am attempting to configure my desktop Outlook 2007 application with my two Microsoft accounts. One account is a Hotmail account and the other is an Outlook account.
For over three months, since Microsoft migrated both accounts to Microsoft Exchange server, I have not been able to use...
No, I haven't set access to be offline.
Under 'Test Settings' for Outlook, I have:
User Name: SteveHigham (one word)
I am using my normal password to access the Outlook desktop application account - the same password I have always used and the...
I assume you mean one of the stevehigham Outlook folders in the desktop application?
There are only two folders: Inbox and Search folders. If I right-click on Inbox and select 'IMAP folders...' the
following message pops-up:
The connection to the server is unavailable. Outlook...
The account with the missing folders is the default Outlook account which is the IMAP account.
did you confirm the folders are subscribed in outlook?
I am not quite sure what you mean, sorry.
The version is Outlook 2007. Do you mean the name here (attached)?
Thank you for your reply and sorry for the delay in getting back to you.
I am still having problems using the MS Outlook 2007 desktop application, and have to access my two accounts (one is
Hotmail and the other is Outlook) online.
I have just opened up MS Outlook on my desktop...
My two Microsoft email accounts - one is Hotmail and the other Outlook - have recently been migrated. Usually, I access both of these accounts using MS Outlook 2007 on my desktop via the Outlook Connector. Since the migration, the Connector is redundant, but I have left it installed and...