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An email client, email reader or more formally mail user agent (MUA) is a computer program in the category of groupware environments used to access and manage a user's email. A web application that provides message management, composition, and reception functions may internally act as an email client; as a whole, it is commonly referred to as webmail. Likewise, email client may be referred to a piece of computer hardware or software whose primary or most visible role is to work as an email client. Email clients can also have other systems, like calendars, notes and contact managers.

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I have a coworker who would like to report on Tasks data in his Exchange mailbox (whether through Outlook, other 3rd party software/plugins or code I'll need to write). He would like to mainly analyze how long it takes to complete a task from when he started it (comparing when the Task was created, when the due date was set,  and when it was marked as completed).

I've poked around online and using Microsoft Power Query for Excel seems to be most promising so far. Was wondering what my fellow Experts would suggest for a Task reporting/tracking 3rd party software/plugin.

Thanks!
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i have a cox.net email but have switched providers and just need to backup my old emails, i still have access to the cox.net account
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We created a shared mailbox but we wanted to see if there is a way to send an alert or notifications to certain staff when an email arrives in that mailbox without forwarding the message.

I didn't see anything in the rules on the server or client other then text messages
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Is it possible to host users within the same email domain within Office 365 and to host a few remaining users within a Gmail corporate account?

Users within both Office 365 and Gmail will both use the same email domain name which is company.com.

A company I am working for would like this to be done since they don't want to have to pay for an Office 365 licensing fee for all users and would like only the employees to be migrated into Office 365. They would like the contractors and consultants to be left within Gmail.

If this is possible what is involved in setting up this type of coexistence?
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I have a few Office 365 / Outlook users who are experiencing a random problem when replying to various emails.  Example:
They receive an email from John Doe <jdoe@business.com>.  When they reply to the message, the name changes, but the email address is correct.  Example: The reply address would look like this: Steve Jones <jdoe@business.com>.  Steve Jones also has an @business.com address, same company, but that's not who sent the original message and has nothing to do with the reply.

This is happening with various email recipients, from different companies.  It does not appear to be isolated to a specific company or person and it doesn't happen all of the time with the same recipient.  It appears to be totally random - with the exception of the recipients always being part of the same company.

I checked the contacts in their Outlook and they are all separate contacts with information entered correctly.  What could be happening that the recipient name is changing and the email address is not when replying to email?
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Hi, we setup successfully Exchange 2016 server on win 2012r2, but cannot login to MS Outlook as exchange account, only POP or IMAP. What should we do? please help
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About a month ago I began having problems with booting up this computer. The computer was infected with a virus/Trojan. I was able to successfully remove the infection but at the cost of the operating system. Large chunks of the operating system damaged because of the cleansing.

I was able to manually retrieve all of the information off of the old drive to the new. I talked to a representative of Microsoft who helped me pull the emails from the old hard drive to the new for one of my email accounts.

The following day I noticed I didn't have any email addresses. I also discovered that a lot of the emails I thought should be there belonging to that account were not.

I am looking for a way to retrieve my contacts and a clean and safe way to retrieve all of the email belonging to this account and how to restore the other accounts along with their associated email.

Any suggestions and or comments are greatly appreciated!
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Hello,

When i receive email from a certain sender, i'd like to forward it another email (outside of our organization) and also retain a copy of it myself.

How can i do that?
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I have Exchange 2010 email account that is being forwarded to a distribution group that contains multiple recipients. I want to prevent the recipients from being able to reply to the original email sender. Is there  a way to do this through Exchange?
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I have a PC that use outlook with POP3 it work normally, but when i copy that mail file (.pst) to another computer and config it i got nothing error, but the new PC doesn't receive all mail as the original computer. And i am sure that it's new virus on new pc.
my mail server is (Godaddy)

Thanks in advance.
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Can YOHOO mail be setup in Outlook 2017 in Windows 10.  Don't want to try unless they are compatable
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I would like to seek of your expertise regarding the Mail merge options.  
1. Customize Subject on each email
2. CC in email
3. email will be coming from a group mailbox and not on the Personal email if possible

Attached are the sample email and excel file.

Appreciate your help

Regards,
Apple
ML-Reachout---testing.docx
Mail-merge-testing-recipients.xlsx
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I have a weird issue here - In Outlook 2016 (32 but) via Office 365 - when I open an email it may be a few pages long but when I go to file > print - the print preview shows dozens of pages , with lots of page breaks, and weird paragraph formatting. So an estimated 5 pages turns into 25 pages of blank pages and bad formatting. The print preview is in Memo style as normal. What can be causing such a weird issue?
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When I email users from one particular company domain (and only that domain) they get my email from my company domain email, but when they reply (and also if they just directly write to me)  it doesn't come to my company email, even though on their outbound email that is what shows as the 'to', instead it arrives in my personal yahoo email, even though the sender couldn't even possibly know what my personal yahoo email is.

This happens for any sender from this particular company to me, but the same doesn't happen when that company sends emails to anyone else in my company, they work fine. They also say they never had this problem with anyone else. I do not have any forwarding of any kind of redirect set up in my email system. None of my other colleagues have any issues receiving emails from this company.

Looking at the header of the message I receive it shows

X-Apparently-To: m_xxxxx@yahoo.com; Thu, 27 Jul 2017 07:39:28 +0000
Return-Path: <asxxxxx@sender.com>
Received-SPF: pass (domain of sender.com designates 104.4xxxx as permitted sender)

Authentication-Results: mta1209.mail.bf1.yahoo.com  from=Sender.com; domainkeys=neutral (no sig);  from=groups.office.net; dkim=pass (ok)
Received: from 127.0.0.1  (EHLO EUR01-DB5-obe.outbound.protection.outlook.com) (xxxx)
 by mta1209.mail.bf1.yahoo.com with SMTPS; Thu, 27 Jul 2017 07:39:27 +0000
DKIM-Signature: v=1; a=rsa-sha256; c=relaxed/relaxed;
d=sendercom.onmicrosoft.com; s=selector1-sender-com;

From: Asxxxxx…
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Dear experts, do you know how to split a big PST file (200 GB) into smaller pieces (50 GB)? Can a batch script or something like that do the trick?

Many thanks as always.
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Hi Experts,

Is there a way to prevent messages sent to Hotmail.com (or Outlook.com) addresses from ending up in the Junk Email folder that I can see at outlook.live.com, based on either of these criteria:
-      Destination domain (e.g. everything sent TO somedomain.com)
-      Content of the subject (e.g. any subject containing the word “Rosters”).

As a test, I have setup a rule to move any email containing the word “Rosters” anywhere in the subject, to the “1Temp” folder, and:
-      That works for some emails (i.e. those not considered to be spam, I guess)
-      Fails for others, which still end up in the Junk Email folder.
Attached is a screen shot of that rule.
As you can see, I’m using “Inbox and sweep rules” to achieve this, because I don’t think the “Safe Mailing Lists” or “Safe senders” features have the flexibility to whitelist by these kinds of generalised criteria.

I’ve read here that some other people are having problems with Hotmail.com/Outlook.com rules, but I’m not sure whether mine is the same issue:
  https://outlook.uservoice.com/forums/284136-outlook-com/suggestions/11133255-rules-no-longer-working

Thanks.
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My OS is win 10 pro 64 bit and I have office 365 and outlook owa for my emails , which is an MSN account the free version.
Whenever I see a sender of an email in the Junk folder, despite clickking on the "Not Junk" selection and it goes into the Inbox.  But after some time it still seems to land in the Junk folder.  
how do I make it safe emails coming to me to my Inbox without it going to my Junk email, or is this one of the misses that sometimes always takes place.
The error says that it failed the fraud detection test or something like that.
Thank u.
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I have a client that brought a possible issue to my attention that I've been scratching my head over. He is using Outlook 2016 to connect to on premises Exchange 2016. Whenever he sends an email out, it gets stored in his sent items folder as it should. At the same time it also get stored in Recover Deleted Items. Is this done by design or is it a bug?

At first I thought it was his draft emails which are auto stored and deleted when sent. I checked the settings in Outlook and it shows draft emails being auto saved after 3 minutes. Disabling auto saving made no difference.

Then I checked another environment running Exchange 2010 and observed same behavior with Outlook 2010 client but not Outlook 2007.

So, is this by design or is it a bug?
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In-Premises: Exchange 2013
>>> Signature/Disclaimer applied through group policy on all email clients.

Cloud: Exchange Office 365
>>> Signature/Disclaimer applied through Mail Flow > Rule

Issue:
Every email shows two signatures/disclaimers, 1st belongs to In-premises and 2nd belongs to Exchange Office 365

During migration phase, it is not possible to disable group policy.
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Frequently when receiving messages with Outlook 2016 I get attached message.

Any/all help will be appreciated.

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I got this from a user, what do you guys think??
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I may have found something in regards to lag time with the Outlook client.

Every month I delete emails older than 60 days out of my Outlook ‘Delete” box. – Yes, I really do.
This really just gets the email off my local machine if I have email cached, but even if not cached – once deleted emails are gone I always have a good Outlook experience and my phone will sync to less, lalala….I like it cleaned up.

I went to delete May’s emails and I found ALL my emails were loaded back into my “Delete” folder in Outlook.  Most are archived or stubbed or whatever Exchange calls it - however…..what the heck happened to bring all those back in?

More importantly - If I go to delete them out of the Delete box, they come right back!!!  Yikes.

I think Exchange is syncing via a time stamp from way back?
Or maybe with Archive Manager? ((<---Dells Archive manager for email))
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Having trouble even googling this.
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I am having an issue with Outlook search. The search results are being limited to 250 items.

I tried suggestions in the article below by unchecking the number of search results limitation as well as applying the registry key.

https://www.slipstick.com/outlook/outlook-search-results-are-limited-to-250/

Outlook clients are connecting to Exchange 2016 CU5. Is there a server side setting that I am missing?
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I use gmail.

An organization I belong to has Weekly & Monthly newsletters. I signed up over a year ago to receive them, I never do.

On my desktop, there is a folder called "All Mail" and "Spam". These newsletters are not in those, I know for sure because one was sent yesterday, July 26, I looked at EVERY item in All Mail & Spam for July 26; not there.

On my ipad, it has a Social folder & a Promotions folder; newsletter is in neither, those seem to be a further breakout of "All Mail" on my desktop.

The email come from Mail Chimp? Is it possible I have set some setting that blocks Mail Chimp?

Any other ideas?

Thanks
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Is it a setting in gmail and or iPhone ?

It just started on my iPhone

Havnt checked the www interface
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Hi, I have been ask by my CEO to provide end-user training for all my users about SPAM emails.
For example what to look out for etc..
Does anyone out there know if there is anything already done that can be used?
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Email Clients

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Solutions

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Contributors

An email client, email reader or more formally mail user agent (MUA) is a computer program in the category of groupware environments used to access and manage a user's email. A web application that provides message management, composition, and reception functions may internally act as an email client; as a whole, it is commonly referred to as webmail. Likewise, email client may be referred to a piece of computer hardware or software whose primary or most visible role is to work as an email client. Email clients can also have other systems, like calendars, notes and contact managers.