Microsoft Outlook is an email manager program that is used by all for managing their emails effectively. The program is available in different versions and the latest version of the program supports a new feature, known by the name Rules. These rules will allow the users to make the program to do certain actions automatically. Here we discuss how you can make the program send CC messages automatically to certain senders.
If you follow the simple instructions given above, you will be able to send a CC of all the emails received in the Outlook email client automatically.Read more »
Outlook as we know is an email client and a personal information manager that takes care of all our email related needs. Using this program, you can easily send and receive emails. Unlike webmail, which requires a web browser to display your messages, the Outlook program stores all the emails that are directed to you inside your computer, where you can access it whenever you want. If you want to make a back-up copy of your emails, you can easily do so by making a copy of the file location where your emails are stored.
Apart from emails, it features several productivity tools that help you with your work throughout the day. From the Calendar app to the Task manager, each productivity tools are streamlined to increase your efficiency and productivity throughout the day. However, Outlook is also prone to selected bugs that cause frustration to its users. Outlook problems might not be several but irk the users. Fortunately, various workarounds exist to solve the issues if you know how to do them.
As you know, there are several folders inside Outlook program, one of them being the Outbox folder. When you compose an email, this is the folder where your email temporarily resides while the Outlook program uploads it to the server. Once the message is sent, the email is automatically taken to the Sent folder where it will reside until you delete it. However, if you try sending an email with an extremely large email attachment, the email will just sit in the Outbox folder unless you manually remove it.
Here’s how you remove the outbox contents.
As you can see, majority of Outlook problems are extremely simple to troubleshoot. If you know your way around, you will be able to get the program running in no time!Read more »
The software giant centered in Redmond has released few security updates for its most popular products like Internet Explorer, Outlook and Windows range of operating systems. All the updates were released in accordance with their patch Tuesday program. The company released a total of about nineteen updates with its latest Patch Tuesday updates. The major update among the lot is the fixing of the watering hole issue that was related with the Internet Explorer web browser. This issue was for long made use of by hackers for gaining access to Windows computers.
However, with the patch Tuesday set of updates, hackers will have to find a new way to enter Windows computers now. The watering hole issue found by the security firm FireEye was listed as one of the most dangerous issues and threats that Windows faced due to its defense-dodging powers. The company also released a plethora of fixes for fixing the Outlook problems that were found with the email manager program. Of these fixes, patches released for fixing the technical issues in Windows Schannel.dll and Hyper-V Server are the major advancements made by Microsoft.
Tyler Reguly of Tripwire stated about the Outlook problems and other vulnerabilities and the patches Microsoft released to the market for fixing it in their blog post saying, “The more interesting patches this month are for a unique Outlook vulnerability that
could allow port-scanning, a Hyper-V vulnerability that could allow Guest operating system code execution, and an X.509 issue in Schannel.dll that could allow denial of service. Also patched this month is [Windows] Graphics Device Interface (GDI), and while the bulletin wouldn’t normally merit a critical rating, the vulnerability exists in a common application programming interface (API) call that may be implemented by numerous third-party products.”
However, the company did elude some of the much-needed patches. One example was the patch needed for fixing the zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Office, which was recently discovered. May be the technicians did not get enough time for creating a patch for it as the vulnerability was found only recently. We can hope that a new patch comes in the near future for fixing the issues with the program.
However, when one considers the fact that the company has announced the vulnerability in the Office program but has not fixed the issue yet, some of the users may feel frustrated. Nevertheless, there is no need to be worried as a patch for fixing the issue is expected to arrive soon.Read more »
Outlook 2010 is a good way to manage you email accounts from the desktop. This email client gives you free reign over much of the email management, and provides useful options to help with it. Most any email account can be configured to allow accessing it from Outlook. People mostly use Gmail or Yahoo!, and accounts from myriad other providers. Your Bell Mail can be set up similarly in Outlook 2010. You’ll be able to send, receive, and organize your email messages in the same way you would with other accounts. All you need is an internet connection to perform the Outlook email setup. Follow the below instructions if you have that ready.
You’re done with the Outlook email setup for your Bell account. For similar tips and guidelines, check out the other posts.Read more »
If your workplace has a common email client for all the employees, chances are, Outlook runs in your workplace as well. Outlook is a personal information manager and email client that lets you make use of tons of productivity tools to help you manage your work. Apart from sending emails, you can schedule your work for the day and share your calendar with your fellow employees to let them know about your schedule as well.
You must have noticed certain files never get attached, no matter how many attempts you try. Depending on the attachment, you might get some error message as well. The reason for this is that Outlook has enforced certain restrictions on what sort of attachments can be sent over the Outlook exchange server. Troubleshooting such Outlook problems is easy if you know what to do.
However, you can choose to bypass the restrictions by following these set of instructions:
Do not get disheartened, if this set of solutions did not work for you and if the recipient is not able to open the attachment. You can still send large files as attachments, but this would require you to make modifications to the Windows Registry.
If you follow these steps, you will be able send the Outlook attachment of any file type you want. If you come across any other Outlook problems, you can contact our tech support team for assistance.Read more »