There should be at least one office task, checking for updates... but it should be causing problems.
Do you have windows updates waiting to install? That can affect saving changes.
Do you use ccleaner or similar? Don't - they often remove files or registry settings you need.
Are you logging...
When the server moves the message, you don't get an alert because alerts are only for mail in the inbox - and the rule moves it as soon as it hits your mailbox. It's my understanding they are looking at adding notification for all folders in the Outlook mobile app but I don't know when it...
You could try closing outlook, deleting the PinBoxWidth value from the following key then restating outlook -
On my computer - this is the smallest -
And as an FYI, as I was monitoring to see...
Since it didn't exist, you never use pages with that extension, so you can delete it - but its also not doing any harm. Basically, whatever you want to do. :)
If you are using windows 10/11 some of the IE stuff soesn't apply - I need to update the article.
You need to use an itemadd macro for this - it watches the folder and when a new message is added, does whatever.
Private objNS As Outlook.NameSpace
Private WithEvents objItems As Outlook.Items
That... and some other keys usually fixes it. did you do all the extension?
Repeat for the .htm, shtml, .xht, .xhtml, .xhtm keys
I have other causes in this article -
Are you using the reading pane to reply? That doesn't use active inspector, it uses ActiveInlineResponse.
Actually, in looking closer, you're using item send - it doesn't use current item, just item - the message is the item in "item as object"
Try this instead -
Yes, its usually a matter of just needing to wait, especially if the folder have a lot of mail in it. It can also happen if the view is corrupt. Reset the view on the folder to fix this.
FWIW, I would just wait and not restart outlook (after resetting the view).
I will test it- but it should work with the app password. I have a client on Outlook 2007 that uses a macro from processing incoming mail so I hope they don't kill off pop. :(
Did you verify that pop was still enabled in gmail settings?
It's actually a very common problem. Try setting the account up manually in control panel - search for Mail (Microsoft Outlook). It usually sticks when you create the account there.
Yes, there are still yahoo servers. :)
Is the Gmail.com mail in the inbox? If so, just use the April backup. Copy the April backup to a folder on the hard drive. Remove the IMAP account from outlook (export and calendar and contacts in it that you need to keep) then add the account using manual setup. Select the April backup. It...
Well, not necessarily. IMAP won't require 2-step verification. But it is a change in behavior - something for you to get used to. Some clients love it, others hate it and end up back on pop.
It's really your decision... as I told another user, this is a judgment free zone. :) I'll do my best...
This "converted my POP3 to IMAP" is probably the cause of the duplicates.
Did you try importing the pst file into the IMAP? That should be the only cause.
Re converting back to POP: you will need to use 2 step verification and an app password in any version of Outlook.
I have duplicate...