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    Outlook creating unwanted rule on its own

    We have a fancy Konica Minolta printer. Among many other things it scans and emails a PDF to the appropriate user. Being stingy with email addresses, I use the backup account as the sender. One user (Outlook 2010 32-bit, Windows 7 Pro x64) keeps seeing those messages appearing...
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    Can't kill autofill email address

    We recently migrated from on-premise Exchange 2007 to Office365 Exchange 2013. One user cannot send email to another user with Outlook 2013 x86. When he types the email address or name in the To: box nothing shows up in the pop-up autofill box. But when he leaves the To: box the To: box...
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    Funny characters when printng email

    Dug up my old login... Changing the font improves things but not completely, the tile under my name in the signature still comes out wonky. And it used to work. I may have to figure out how to totally remove the print drive and reinstall.
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    Outlook 2010 junks all message from internal senders

    Wow, that's an interesting idea! But no, she has a Motorola Droid Razr HD and has been using it for over a year.
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    Outlook 2010 junks all message from internal senders

    This one's got me buffaloed. The server is Small Business Server 2008 Standard, with Exchange 2007 and GFI MailEssentials 12, fully patched except for this months patches. The client is Outlook 2010 (32 bit) in Windows 7 (64 bit), fully patched. One user, and only one user, is seeing all...
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    Dual calendars, solved, but others can't view

    I definitely have appropriate permissions. But I've always thought that Outlook's actions are far beyond the ken of mortal Man... I checked again today. I clicked the checkbox by his name, and a blank calendar appeared. I clicked the checkbox again to remove it, and then by mistake I clicked...
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    Dual calendars, solved, but others can't view

    OK, that didn't help. Still the same.
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    Dual calendars, solved, but others can't view

    Exchange 2007 (on SBS 2008 Standard), Outlook 2010. Maybe not relevant, but one of my users just returned from a trip to China. During that trip he used an encrypted flash drive for his documents and OWA for his email (I deleted the OST). I scanned his computer in safe mode for malware and...