Reply to: greyed out

Posted on 2008-10-16
Last Modified: 2011-09-20
I have replaced a user's PC and set up Outlook 2007 to connect to the Exchange Server.

It seemed OK but when the user wants to reply to a message the Reply To and Reply To All are greyed out.

Can someone tell me what to do?

Question by:tangerine27

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Fixed - just not activated

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Office will disable some functions until it is activated. To do so go to the help menu and select "Activate Product".

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After activating MS Outlook make sure it is still not running in the task manager.  

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