We are currently using Exchange 2003 with a combination of WinXP and Windows7 pcs running Outlook 2003 and 2007.
As we started installing Windows 7 x64 machines I noticed our custom Outlook forms would not print wysiwyg. It seems that the add-on we were using (xprint) does not have a 64 bit version.
It seems that MS is moving away from custom forms in Outlook and i am thinking we should start exploring other options for custom forms. We currently use Sharepoint Services 3.0 and are not planning on upgrading. I looked at onenote but it seemed that in order to use this solution and deploy forms for users that an expensive sharepoint upgrade had to be purchased.
Are there any cost effective alternatives to Outlook custom forms? What is the difficulty of implementing each alternative. I am looking for details here and not just a list of alternatives.
This process describes the steps required to Import and Export data from and to .pst files using Exchange 2010. We can use these steps to export data from a user to a .pst file, import data back to the same or a different user, or even import data t…
When you have clients or friends from around the world, it becomes a challenge to arrange a meeting or effectively manage your time. This is where Outlook's capability to show 2 time zones in one calendar comes in handy.
This Experts Exchange video Micro Tutorial shows how to tell Microsoft Office that a word is NOT spelled correctly. Microsoft Office has a built-in, main dictionary that is shared by Office apps, including Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word. When …
A short tutorial showing how to set up an email signature in Outlook on the Web (previously known as OWA).
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