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How to Fix Common Microsoft Outlook Issues

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Are you losing out on time trying to fix common Microsoft Outlook issues? It’s understandable as emails and files stored on the server all of it is important. If you are losing out your email account, Outlook is stuck, or freezes.  Relax! Stressing doesn’t get the solution. Fixing it is not as difficult as it seems. Sometimes, when you are troubleshooting to get your Outlook issues sorted you should know that Microsoft Outlook 2010 provides you with some options to change the configuration of your email account along with managing its data. One such option is ‘work offline mode’. This

Know How to Disable Outlook Add-Ins

Know how to disable Outlook Add-Ins

Knowing, how to disable Outlook Add-ins is an advantage any day. Most of us don’t know, why our Outlook account memory is almost full or its starting slow. Well, it could be because of all the unnecessary Outlook Add-ins. Disabling the Outlook Add-ins not only will make your Outlook start faster but, it will also perform more reliably and take less memory. In Outlook 2010 and 2013, Add-ins are listed under “File Tab”. All you have to do is click on, “File Tab” then click on, “options” in the new window that open click on, Add-ins. The entire list of

Everything About IMAP Accounts in Outlook 2013 & 2016

IMAP ACCOUNT ON OUTLOOK 2013 & 2016

It’s not common knowledge to have about IMAP Accounts in Outlook 2013 & 2016. There are a few things different in Outlook 2013 & 2016 than it was in Outlook 2010. You might wonder, why should one know everything about IMAP Accounts. Well, that’s because, in Outlook 2010, Calendar and Contact items were stored in separate pst files from the mail items but in Outlook 2013 & 2016 everything is included in a single ost. File. This changes the way Outlook accounts are handled. Changes Made in Outlook 2013 & 2016 Instead of using two data files, Outlook uses an ost

Cleaning MS Outlook 2013 for Better Performance

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If you are thinking that cleaning MS Outlook 2013 will be helpful for better performance, then you are right. We do feel that our MS Outlook is filled with a lot of things that we do not need anymore. And all that is not only taking up unnecessary space but also reducing the performance. Then it is better to go for cleaning up MS Outlook. It is simple to do so but, do pay attention. As you are cleaning up, you do not want to clean out the important things accidentally. For cleaning MS Outlook, you can use the Conversation

Setting Up Email Priority in Outlook 2016

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If you are one who is using Outlook from the past few years, your inbox would be filled with lots of important and unimportant emails. It’d be very hard to sort these messages until you have set up priority levels for them. Anyhow, setting priority for an Outlook email is easier than you think. It can be done while sending a new email. For that, click HOME tab of your Outlook and choose New Email. While creating a new email, you can see some options under tabs menu saying High Importance and Low Importance. Choose an option from these two

How to Find any Email on Outlook 2016?

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Instant Email search has been the part of Outlook since its 2007 version. And, it’s not limited to just emails – you can even search for calendar items, tasks, etc. In Outlook 2016, email finding process is much easy. Steps are described below. 1. Make sure that you’re in your email inbox. For that, the mail icon on the left column of Outlook window should be selected. If the compact navigation option isn’t turned ON, you’ll see icons like this. 2. Find the search box. It’ll be located on the top of your email list. 3. If you are sure

Don’t Wait For Windows 10 Anniversary update, Get it now Manually

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With Windows 10 version 1607, also known as Anniversary update, Microsoft brings some exciting features to its users. This is the only 2nd major update in Windows 10 category and Microsoft has put it all. From significant changes in Start Menu, Cortana, Windows Ink’s pen support & more, you’ll get a lot. Here’s a brief on some of the new features: Windows Ink – To write notes, digital music, sketch, mathematical equations and more. It works even better with stylus. Cortana – Personal Digital Assistant, can be accessed without unlocking your system or device to play music or ask questions.

4 ways to split oversized PST files that will enhance your Outlook

Oversized PST files are difficult to manage. Agreed! It is a widely acknowledged fact amongst Outlook users. But, it’s not something we cannot get hold of. We all know that PST files have a size limit imposed upon them. If size of PST file exceeds this limit, you will surely face lot of issues. It is more likely to arouse problems that may prevent to load or open Outlook data. Even worse, you won’t be able to add new data. So, don’t be surprised if you come across some errors like “xxxx.pst cannot be accessed – 0x80040116” Or “Errors have

Party Over! No More Free Upgrade to Windows 10 After July 29 

Windows 10 Free Upgrade

Folks, the party is over! No more Windows 10 free upgrades after July 29.   It was on July 29 last year – Windows 10 became publically available. Now, exactly after a year, Microsoft is pulling back its free upgrade offer on Windows 10. Today is the last day to use free upgrade option to Windows 10 from your Windows 7 or 8.1 machines. Didn’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet? No worry, you have still few hours left to get Windows 10 free upgrade. Or if you’re sick of Microsoft upgrading messages and happy with the current version you’ve, then let

Explained: How and Why you should Split an Oversized PST File

Oversized PST files are indeed a headache. Loyal Outlook users who have faced this dilemma from time to time will certainly vouch for it. In order to treat a headache, you need to know what is causing it and then you can take a step for remedy. The very first question that is bound to strike your mind, “Why are oversized PST files a headache?” The answer is simple! It’s because Outlook PST files are imposed with a limitation on their size. The MS Outlook versions like Outlook 97, Outlook 2000 and Outlook 2002(XP) had a size limit of 2GB.