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The form is a modified std message form IPM.Note with two user fields added. This an published Organisational Form that has been working & unchanged since 2010
The 2 in question both run OL2016 on EX2010 domain.  

It is the Item_Send event fails to fire under normal mode , yet does so within the Developer mode.  Sue Mosher clearly indicates this is due to "one-off' form. forum post   Item_Send is the only event coded VBS.

yet on my pc,  with OL2010, all works fine   (i logged in and created new profile on the subject 2016 pc as well so have access to the same forms etc.

I modified the orgform on the 2016 pc and published it within my Personal forms and it works on the 2010 pc.

any new updates to OL2016 that may cause this issue ?  Monday I will get all OL2016 pc's checked. ( about 10 of 50 users)

have checked that the Allow script in shared folders & Allow script in public folders options are both ticked.
Macro security set to none.
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I have Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2016 in my environment. I will be running them in co-existence mode soon, with the single name space pointing to Exchange 2016 (mail.domain.com). I'm currently testing by using a host file on my laptop, and the host file has the name space pointing to the exchange 2016 servers. The question is the following :

I created a mailbox on the 2016 environment and opened it  in outlook 2013 and everything looks good and the MS Server text box under properties in outlook shows the following 4db9c442-353c-46c4-a602-1276a06cb47a@domain.com as the Microsoft exchange Server, which is correct since 2016 uses Mapi/Http. Now i have also moved my personal mailbox over to Exchange 2016 and the everything looks good and its working correctly but the issue is this: Under the properties in outlook the Microsoft Exchange server shows the name of our CasArray for Exchange 2010 instead of the Exchange 2016 name like the other mailbox. I logged onto another computer and created the outlook profile again and it shows up correctly for 2016, but if I go back to my laptop it shows the CasArray name instead. I completel deleted my outlook profile on the laptop and rebooted, opened outlook and allowed outlook to recreate a new profile, and it created fine but it is still showing the CASArray name. When I look at the connection status it shows the HTTP protocol which is correct and it shows the single name space which is pointing to the 2016 servers, so not…
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Windows 7 Professional 32-bit. Outlook 2010 connected to mail on their Office 365 accounts but this is strange. Right now it looks like it is only happening on one computer. Yesterday she had a PDF blocked. The sender simply re-save and re-attached it and the second time Outlook did not block it.

Today she had a Word document blocked but an hour later she got another Word document from the same sender and she was able to open it. It is almost as if the two blocked were flukes. Nothing consistent about this.

She does also log in to a Terminal Server with Outlook 2010 and it blocked the same Word document as her local copy of Outlook 2010 did.
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A customer told us they emailed two of our people yesterday, but neither of them received the email.  I am also being told the emails were delivered to our Exchange server, but, we cannot find them on the users Outlook.  Also, they have received other emails from this same customer. It is only the email sent at 1:34pm to both of our people that was not received in Outlook.  They have since received other emails from that some customer.

We are using Outlook 2007 on Win7Pro machines using a .ost file.  Our server is SBS 2008 with Exchange 2007.  

How do I figure out what happened to the two emails at 1:34pm yesterday and how to do I determine if there is some problem with Exchange?
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I started to see an issue where some of the iphones and Ipads outlook mobile client stopped working. the issue is happening on the local network as well as remotely.  I have exchange 2010 with to CAS servers.  There are a bunch of event 4625 showing up on both servers.  Below is the output of the two 4625 errors any help would be great.  


An account failed to log on.

Subject:
      Security ID:            NULL SID
      Account Name:            -
      Account Domain:            -
      Logon ID:            0x0

Logon Type:                  3

Account For Which Logon Failed:
      Security ID:            NULL SID
      Account Name:            
      Account Domain:            

Failure Information:
      Failure Reason:            An Error occured during Logon.
      Status:                  0xC000006D
      Sub Status:            0x80090325

Process Information:
      Caller Process ID:      0x0
      Caller Process Name:      -

Network Information:
      Workstation Name:      -
      Source Network Address:      -
      Source Port:            -

Detailed Authentication Information:
      Logon Process:            Schannel
      Authentication Package:      Microsoft Unified Security Protocol Provider
      Transited Services:      -
      Package Name (NTLM only):      -
      Key Length:            0

An account failed to log on.

Subject:
      Security ID:            SYSTEM
      Account Name:            MIEX4$
      Account Domain:            MI
      Logon ID:            0x3E7

Logon Type:                  3

Account For Which Logon Failed:
      Security ID:            NULL SID
      Account Name:            
      Account Domain:            

Failure Information:
      Failure Reason:            Unknown user name or bad password.
      Status:                  0xC000006D
      Sub Status:            0xC0000064

Process Information:
      Caller Process…
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By default outlook will place its pst file when file and folders are redirected to the server on the server. some experts say it is not recommended, outlook pst file should be local. is the thru or false?
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I have the following piece of code that is getting the EntryID of an Outlook message that is selected. However, I want to have a button to execute this script on the custom toolbar of the message itself,

How I get the Entry ID of the currently "open" message ID versus a highlighted one?

Set currentExplorer = Application.ActiveExplorer
    Set Selection = currentExplorer.Selection
    
    For Each currentItem In Selection
        If currentItem.Class = olMail Then
            Set currentMail = currentItem
        End If
    Next
        
    strEntryID = currentMail.entryID

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Hi.
Have a SBS 2011 , with Exchange 2010.
Setting up new pc's with Office 2016 that only support autodiscover set-up.
Have a certificate mail.domainname.com.
Made a DNS cname record ; autodiscover.domainname.com -> mail.domainname.com

Autodiscover setup i Outlook now works but gives waring on every startup (of Outlook).
Stating that there is a missmatch between the certificate (mail.domainname.com) and the server it connects to (autodiscover.domainname.com) Which I understand. There is a missmatch..


So, was hoping to get around this without buying a new multi-sub-domain certificate.

Found a workaround:

#
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\xx.0\Outlook\AutoDiscover\RedirectServers

4.      Click the Edit menu, point to New, and then click String Value.
5.      Type the name of the HTTPS server to which AutoDiscover can be connect without warning for the user, and then press ENTER. For example, to allow a connection to https://contoso.com, the first String Value (REG_SZ) name would be as follows:

contoso.com
#

here I added autodiscover.domainname.com (and mail.domainname.com + domainname.com, when it didn't work) without any luck.

Outlook works (send and recive mail) even if I let the warning stay open, but would like to get rid of it.

- Only 3 pc's connected to domain.
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It seems a lot of our users are having an issue to use Search in Outlook 2010 starting a couple of weeks ago, when they searched email in Outlook 2010 Search field, Outlook did not give all the search results, sometimes, only showed partial results and gave the message underneath saying " Search results may be incomplete because items are still be indexed. Click here for more details", when clicked this message , it popped up the index status showing how many items remaining to be indexed.

There is no any changes on Outlook 2010 except Microsoft monthly security updates. I suspected it might be caused by one or some MS flaws updates.

Can someone help to let me know how to fix it, please?

Thanks.

Jay
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I have one user whose Outlook 2010 opens his own mailbox and another mailbox to receive purchase order. For some reason, he was not able to open PDF file from a sender's email which has an attachment in PDF format. Other users who open the same purchase order mailbox in their Outlook are okay to open that PDF attachment directly in Outlook 2010. If I send another PDF file to this user and he opens in his own mailbox, it is okay.

He uses Outlook 2010 on Windows 7 Pro 64-bit OS.

Anyone experienced this issue before and knew how to fix it?

Thanks!

Jay
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Ok so when a user opens his contacts folder the instant search works great it looks at all the data and returns the right contacts.  However if he is in a new email and opens his address book, selects "more columns" and searches it doesn't work. Attached are a couple of screenshots. Outlook is being indexed, and the status is 0 items remaining.
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I have a client who is subscribed to the grandfathered free mail hosting (i.e. his own domain is hosted via the original free Apps for Business).

Basic question - he's setup as IMAP. His emails are fine, but his contacts are not sync'd with his online webmail access via gmail.com. In other words, when he opens his Contacts in Gmail, his Outlook contacts are not there.

Can anyone offer guidance for a simple method of a) syncing the existing Outlook contacts with Gmail, and b) ensure there is an automatic syncing mechanism for future contacts.

Thanks.
Dave
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The code in outllok VBA:

Sub Sendmail()

         Dim olItem As Outlook.MailItem

        Dim xlApp As Excel.Application

        Dim xlBook As Excel.Workbook

        Dim xlSht As Excel.Worksheet

        Dim sPath As String

        Dim iRow As Long

        Dim strRFIitems As String

        Dim Signature As String











        sPath = "**"

    '   // Excel

        Set xlApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")

    '   // Workbook

        Set xlBook = xlApp.Workbooks.Open(sPath)

    '   // Sheet

        Set xlSht = xlBook.Sheets("Sheet1")



    '   // Create e-mail Item

        Set olItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)

           strRFIitems = xlSht.Range("E2")

           Signature = xlSht.Range("F2")



        With olItem

    .To = Join(xlApp.Transpose(xlSht.Range("A2", xlSht.Range("A9999").End(xlUp))), ";")

.CC = Join(xlApp.Transpose(xlSht.Range("B2", xlSht.Range("B9999").End(xlUp))), ";")

.Subject = xlSht.Range("C2")

.Body = xlSht.Range("D2") & Signature

.Attachments.Add (strRFIitems)





.Display



End With







    '   // Close

        xlBook.Close SaveChanges:=True

    '   // Quit

        xlApp.Quit









        Set xlApp = Nothing

        Set xlBook = Nothing

        Set xlSht = Nothing

    Set olItem = Nothing



End Sub

The code retrieves the data from the linked Excel sheet. Now the problem is with
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I have already changed the cache to include all items in Outlook 2016. However, only 1 yr of emails are kept.

Any idea ?

Thx
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The statement from my customer was "I went in to delete 3 emails. The computer froze up and now all my emails are gone since 4/4/2017".

   I login in to the Web Portal as her and yes, indeed, her inbox has nothing it after 4/4/2017. Does anyone have any idea where they might have gone and/or how to recover them?
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We have a user who has a 32GB OST cache file. He is experiencing a 2-4 second delay when moving an email from his Inbox to any of his sub-folders. This delay happens more often than not, but not 100% of the time. Easily reproducible problem.

We cache his entire mailbox (as opposed to just past 12 months) because he uses searching extensively and quite often has to go back a 2-3 years.

He has one shared mailbox (non-cached) configured within his Outlook, but rarely accesses it.

He had this issue on his old laptop with Outlook 2010. And now he has a brand new laptop with Outlook 2013 with i7, 16GB RAM, SSD, wired GB connection...so he's not short of horsepower, however, my impression is that his cache file is large enough to cause issues.
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The company I work for just moved over to Office 365 web version we no longer have a local copy of Office.
My question is any way we can create an email template on outlook 365.  It's only text nothing that major but the email list is long.

I'm sure it's easy but I haven't found it if its possible
Thank you
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Hi,
Is there one example to read each message, one by one, for one specific text string, within Sent folder of Outlook?
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How can we make the  tasks created in iPhone (iCloud) be displayed in the Outlook 2010 Calendar windows in the PC (see pix below)?

oltask
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This is the code:

It works fine if it is for one recipient.

Sub Sendmail()
     Dim olItem As outlook.MailItem
    Dim xlApp As Excel.Application
    Dim xlBook As Excel.Workbook
    Dim xlSht As Excel.Worksheet
    Dim sPath As String
    Dim iRow As Long


    sPath = "***"
'   // Excel
    Set xlApp = CreateObject("Excel.Application")
'   // Workbook
    Set xlBook = xlApp.Workbooks.Open(sPath)
'   // Sheet
    Set xlSht = xlBook.Sheets("Sheet1")



     ' subject = Cells(iRow, 2).Value
     ' Atmt = Cells(iRow, 3).Value '

'   // Create e-mail Item
    Set olItem = Application.CreateItem(olMailItem)

    With olItem
  .To = xlSht.Range("A1")


        .CC = xlSht.Range("c1")

        .subject = "test"
        .Display
       .Send
    End With


'   // Close
    xlBook.Close SaveChanges:=True
'   // Quit
    xlApp.Quit

    '// CleanUp


      iRow = iRow + 1

  
    Set xlApp = Nothing
    Set xlBook = Nothing
    Set xlSht = Nothing
Set olItem = Nothing



End Sub

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Query:
As per my requirement the recipients names should be taken from linked excel sheet.

All the recipients mail address placed in column A of the excel sheet.

And these values are dynamic, it might contain any number of mail Ids.

Example:

Column A:

yhui@gmail.com
abc@gmail.com
ikj@gmail.com
plo@gmail.com

Here there are 4 values, now the mail should be sent to all these 4 recipients at the same time.

So To field should be containing: yhui@gmail.com;abc@gmail.com;ikj@gmail.com;plo@gmail.com

The code should be able to traverse across the column A till the last row and concatenate all the values separated by a semicolon (;)

Thanks in advance
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The computer is running Windows 10 Pro
Office 2013 click to run is installed.

When Outlook is starting, the white dots stop flowing across the blue box and a message : Microsoft Outlook has stopped working
A problem caused the program to stop working correctly.  Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available.

The mail utility will not start in control panel.  Outlook will start in safe mode [outlook.exe /safe]

I have gone to the add remove section of the control panel and chose change.  I then chose the first repair option and it failed.  I chose the second repair option and it gave a something went wrong message and had permission issues.
I followed the instruction in the link below and re installed Office 2013 from the CD

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Manually-uninstall-Office-4e2904ea-25c8-4544-99ee-17696bb3027b?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US 

The Office re-installed, and I was able to install a few email addresses [gmail, sympatico, ].  I was able to send some email, and then added three outlook.com accounts.  This is when the above problem started.  I was able to start outlook in safe mode and remove the outlook.com email accounts, but I cannot access Mail from within the control panel
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My OS is win 10 pro 64 bit and I have an Office 365 business essentials account and i use Outlook owa for my email, and my email is msn,, the free version.
  when I am creating an email I have the habit of using the Tab key to tab for paragraphs, and this does not work.  Is there a work around where I can use the tab to indent for a new paragraph. thank
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Performing an Exchange 2003 o 2010 migration.  I have switch mail flow from EX2003 to EX2010 in coexistence.  Mail seems to be working correctly, but I am getting the following error now on the EX2010 server:

The following fatal alert was received: 46.
Event ID: 36887

I have only moved a few mailboxes over to EX2010.  I am getting certificates errors on Outlook Web Access, but can still log on and get mail.  The error searches I have found so far says it an issue with SSL.  I have a SSL certifcate installed on EX2010 and exported it on to EX2003.  I purchase this new certificate from the request I created on EX2010.  Anyone have any solution ?
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Hi,

I am migrating Ex2010 to Ex2016. They are running in co-existance mode right now.
This morning I changed the DNS settings to send my mail to the Ex2016 server.
Outlook and OWA are working fine, but users on phones/tablets are telling me that their devices keep asking for passwords and then don't accept them.
Any ideas?
Thanks,
Nacht
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After a dirty shutdown which was resolved, all users are finding that Outlook web mail as well as their phones are no longer immediate. Where mail used to populate immediately, now, every time they open their mail enabled device or access Outlook web mail, it shows the last time all mail was downloaded and takes some time to update to current.

The user checks their mail at 10am and sees the mail to that point. The user then checks their mail at 3pm and for a few moments, only sees the mail from 10am while the message (downloading mail) is displayed on the web access or the phone. after about a minute, all mail is showing up to date.

Is there a setting that I should be looking at to get users to see their mail in real time as it comes in? Thank you.
Exchange 2013 running on Exchange (Standard) 2013.
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Outlook

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Microsoft Outlook is a personal information manager from Microsoft, available as a part of the Microsoft Office suite. Although often used mainly as an email application, it also includes a calendar, task manager, contact manager, note-taker, journal, and web browser.