November 12, 2008
For some reason, Yahoo.com does not allow you to connect to your email via a client such as Outlook without paying a yearly fee, but Yahoo.ca does. They’ve got no complaints from me.
In Outlook, use the following settings… under Account > Account Settings, click “New”
on the bottom right, click “more settings”.
click the “outgoing server” tab, and change these settings.
on the “advanced” tab, change the above settings, then keep clicking the “ok”‘s until your back in your inbox.
June 1, 2008
With the Office 2007 compatibility pack, you can read Office 2007 docx compliant files from Office 2003, but not write them.
To save the headaches of the .DOCX file format, always save your word documents in .DOC format, as it’s compatible with everything out there.
August 26, 2007
In Outlook 2003:
||On the Tools menu, click Options.
||Click the Security tab, and then click Change Automatic Download Settings.
||In the Automatic Picture Download Settings dialog box, click to clear the Don’t download pictures or other content automatically in HTML e-mail check box.
||Click OK two times.
In Outlook 2007:
1. Click on “Tools”, then “Trust Center”
2. Click on “Attachment Download”
3. Uncheck the box next to “don’t download images automatically…”
May 16, 2007
You can run them manually if they no longer run automatically. You may be able to fix the problem with the following command, but you may lose your rules in the process.
Here’s another method from techyforums.com…
If your rules have stopped working or are working inconsistently then it could me due to a corruption in your data file. Luckily there are a couple of built in tools that should be able to fix this problem.
Browse to C:\Program Files\Common Files\System\MSMAPI\1033 and there should be to exe’s:
Close down Outlook and make sure that any Outlook processes are also closed then put the above exe’s one at a time.
April 10, 2007
Here is a couple of links to a free websites that will convert Microsoft Word “.docx” format to the more traditional “.doc”.
April 10, 2007
Warning The following steps will delete all items in your calendar, including holidays that are automatically added to the calendar. You can re-add or remove holidays deleted during these steps, but your other items will be unrecoverable.
1. In the Navigation Pane, click Calendar.
2. On the View menu, point to Arrange By, point to Current View, and then click By Category.
3. Click Categories: (none), and then press CTRL+A.
4. All items in the list should now be selected.
5. Press DELETE.