The POP (Post Office Protocol 3) protocol provides a simple, standardized way for users to access mailboxes and download messages to their computers. When using the POP protocol all your email messages will be downloaded from the mail server to your local computer. You can choose to leave copies of your emails on the server as well. The advantage is that once your messages are downloaded you can cut the internet connection and read your email at your leisure without incurring further communication costs. On the other hand you might have trferred a lot of message (including spam or viruses) in which you are not at all interested at this point. See also POP3 Description (RFC).
Microsoft Outlook is the name of a software program that combines your e-mail, calendar, meetings/appointments, contacts, address book and tasks. The calendaring function in Outlook will replace Meeting Maker this summer. At wisdomjobs, Outlook/Exchange is called the wisdomjobs Connect Service. Exchange is the server and Outlook is the client installed on each users workstation.
Outlook’s views — Calendar, Contacts, Journal, Tasks, and E-mail — aren’t always part of the Personal Folders file. You can backup these components separately, as follows:
Adding folders is so easy that you might add more folders than you actually need. It’s common to create too many and then find you need to cut back a bit. Fortunately, deleting folders is easy:
That’s it! Outlook will move the deleted folder to the Deleted Items folder, as a subfolder. If you want to permanently delete the folder, right-click the deleted folder (in the Deleted Items folder) and choose Delete. When Outlook prompts you to permanently delete the folder, click Yes. Otherwise, the data in that folder is still in the Delete Items folder, consuming resources. In addition, if a folder contains sensitive or confidential data, it’s visible to anyone who accesses your computer. If Delete isn’t available with a right-click, call your administrator.
You can delete one message or many messages. Select the message(s) you want to delete and click the Delete Mail icon or press the Delete key on your keyboard.
This is the server used only to send emails (to trport them from your email client program to the receiver). Most outgoing mail servers are using the SMTP protocol (Simple Mail Trfer Protocol) for sending emails.
Depending on your network settings, the outgoing mail server can belong to your ISP or to the server where you setup your email account. As an alternative, you can use a subscription based SMTP server (like smtp.com), which will allow you to send emails from any email account you already own. Due to anti-spam reasons, most of outgoing mail servers will not let you send emails if you are not logged on their network.
An open-relay server will allow you to use it for sending emails, no matter if you belong to its network group or not, thus it is a heaven for spammers.
When a user moves on, you should delete his or her .pst file from the local system, as follows:
Outlook needs a personal folder, so after deleting the current .pst file, create a new one by clicking Add. Be sure to set the new file as the default. Delete a user’s .pst file only when you’re certain that no one will need to access its contents.
Options > Mail Format > Signature or Click the signature icon when composing the message.
You will have a main mailbox and a set of personal folders. The main mailbox contains items that are stored on the server. The personal folders live on the local machine.
Open the message. (This cannot be done while in the preview pane). Press F4 to bring up the search dialog box or Click Find (the binoculars icon). Enter your search criteria.
The HTTP (Hyper Text Trfer Protocol) is not a protocol dedicated for email communications, but it can be used for accessing your mailbox. Also called web based email, this protocol can be used to compose or retrieve emails from an your account. Hotmail is a good example of using HTTP as an email protocol.
Edit columns Add / Remove Field: View > Current View > Customize Current View > Fields > Add / Remove Fields.
Find items size of a folder:
Select the folder, number of items show at the left bottom corner.
Find Folder size:
Right click the folder to select Properties, click “Folder size” at General Tab.
To do this right-click either your main mailbox or personal folder list. Select New Folder. Name the Folder and click OK.
To move mail into the folder simply click and drag it into the folder. Ctrl + Click lets you select multiple messages that aren’t necessarily next to each other and Shift + Click lets you select a series of messages.Then you can drag and drop those messages into the new folder.
Create a New Template:
File > New > Mail Message (Ctrl+Shift+M) > Enter Content > Click MS Button > Save As > Save As Type (Outlook Template) > File Name > Save.
By default, the Template saves in c:Documents and SettingnetidApplication dataMicrosoft templates.
To use the template:
Tools > Forms > Choose Form > Look in > User Templates in the System > Browse to the template that you saved and Open it.
Click the New Button > Distribution List > Select New Member > Search in Contact
Outlook can handle more than one profile. An Outlook profile is similar to a Windows user account; each profile contains settings specific to a single user. However, if you define more than one profile, you must tell Outlook to prompt for a profile, as follows:
The SMTP (Simple Mail Trfer Protocol) protocol is used by the Mail Trfer Agent (MTA) to deliver your Email to the recipient’s mail server. The SMTP protocol can only be used to send emails, not to receive them. Depending on your network / ISP settings, you may only be able to use the SMTP protocol under certain conditions (see incoming and outgoing mail servers) see also SMTP RFC
The default Message Font is 11-point Caliber. To change the default font for new messages:
Tools > Options > Mail Format > Stationery and Fonts > Personal Stationery > New mail message > Font
To change Mail List Font:
View > Current View > Customize Current View > Other Settings > Column Font
Tools > Options > “Other” Tab > Check “Empty the Deleted Items folder upon existing”
When your mail is deleted it goes into the Deleted Items folder which is similar to your trash in Eudora. The major difference is, once you empty your deleted items it will be recoverable for 14 days. Anything that’s been deleted for 14 days can no longer be recovered.
IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol): Is a standard protocol for accessing e-mail from your local server. IMAP is a client/server protocol in which e-mail is received and held for you by your Internet server. As this requires only a small data trfer this works well even over a slow connection such as a modem.
Only if you request to read a specific email message will it be downloaded from the server. You can also create and manipulate folders or mailboxes on the server; delete messages etc. see also IMAP.org
The Library will be converted this Spring. One weekend early this summer, email and calendaring will be unavailable while data from Meeting Maker is brought over into Exchange. The Meeting Maker system will then be shutdown and that Monday you will begin using calendaring in Outlook. Until then, all meetings should originate in Meeting Maker. To ensure a smooth trition, everyone must be on Exchange prior to June 1.
Tools: > Options > Spelling Tab > check “Always check spelling before sending”
Yes. The quota is 1GB. You will receive a warning when the total space of your mailboxes reaches 750MB. At 1GB you cannot send email and at 1.25GB you cannot send or receive email. You can keep as much email as you want in your locally saved email folders.
The incoming mail server is the server associated with you email address account. There can not be more then one incoming mail server for an email account. In order to access your incoming messages, you need an email client. a program that can retrieve email from an email account, allowing a user to read, forward, delete, and reply to email messages. Depending on your mail server, you can use a dedicated email client (like Outlook Express) or a web browser (like Internet Explorer, For accessing web based email accounts, like Hotmail).
The mail is held in storage on the incoming mail server until you download it. Once you have downloaded your mail from the mail server it cannot be downloaded again. In order to download your Email, you must have the correct settings configured in your Email client program. Most incoming mail servers are using one of the following protocols: IMAP, POP3, and HTTP.
For networks, a port me an endpoint to a logical connection. The port number identifies what type of port it is. Here are the default email ports for: –
If you highlight any email address and right click it, you will get a context menu. On that menu select Add email address to contact list.
When in the Contact window, you might have several contacts. There is one address book in your Personal Folder and there is one for main Mailbox, which also will be available to you in the Web client. So your address book can follow you.
When addressing e-mail, you can choose from Contacts items — usually. If contacts don’t appear, right-click the Contacts folder, choose Properties, and then click the Outlook Address Book tab. Make sure the Show This Folder As An Email Address Book is checked. If that option is dimmed, choose E-mail Accounts from the Tools menu and then choose View Or Change Existing Directories Or Address Book and do one of the following:
Click the Tools menu > Account Settings > Address Books > New > Internet Directory Services (LDAP) > Next > Server Name : directory.google.com; > More settings > Connection Tab: Display Name : google LDAP; : PORT: 339 > Search Tab: Search Time out: 60; Search max: 100; Search Base: Customer: o=google.com; uncheck Enable Browsing > OK > Next > Finish
The recommendation is 5000 messages per folder.
Outlook allows you configure Out of Office messages with start and end dates. So you don’t have to remember to shut off your auto reply when you return. It can be configured from the Outlook client or from the web. It replaces the Email Account Management Tools.
Outlook stores each user’s folders, messages, forms, and files in a special file known as a Personal Folder file. You can save, copy, and even move a Personal Folder (.pst) file, although you shouldn’t move it unless you have a specific reason for doing so and know what you’re doing. Use Windows Search to find the file quickly using the search string *.pst. Usually, this file is on the local drive. However, if you’re on Microsoft Exchange Server, you might not have access to it. In that case, you’ll need to talk with your administrator.
Backing up your .pst file occasionally is a good idea. How often depends on you. But if you get a lot of important mail, every day isn’t too often. To back up your Personal Folder file and all its subfolders, simply export it, as follows:
If the e-mail message is in the HTML format, print the message from Internet Explorer.
1) Open the e-mail message.
2) On the Ribbon, click Other Actions, and then click View in Browser.
If the Microsoft Office Outlook dialog box appears, click Yes.
The message is displayed in Internet Explorer.
1) Select the text that you want to print.
2) On the File menu, click Print.
3) In the Print dialog box, click Selection in the Page Range section, and then click Print.
Outlook has a critical design flaw: If you don’t archive or delete messages regularly, your file will grow too large for Outlook to handle. Eventually, Outlook will choke. If this happens, you can download a crop tool that will reduce the size of your Personal Folders file. Unfortunately, you’ll lose data because this tool removes some to reduce the size of the file.
Avoiding the problem is the best defense:
The Contact Quick Find feature stores each search. If an item is already in the list, you can select it quickly for a repeat search. But the list can rapidly grow too large to be helpful. Outlook stores search items in the Registry. To clear the list, delete the following Registry key:
Note: Editing the Registry is risky, so be sure you have a verified backup before saving any changes.
Yes. In Outlook they are called Rules. To start making a rule, go to Tools > Rules and Alerts. The dialog box that opens displays a list of rules. Click New to start a new rule and use the wizard to specify criteria and actions. You can create a rule that moves your mail into a folder. This will keep your inbox from growing too large and help organize your mail.
You can have more than one Task folder, but Outlook recognizes reminders and follow-up flags only for the items in the default Task folder. That me if you set a reminder for an item in a non-default Task folder, Outlook will ignore it. If you must have this capability, consider using a third-party product, such as Extended Reminders.
You will need to copy and paste the text into a new message or another program.
Basically, a protocol is about a standard method used at each end of a communication channel, in order to properly trmit information. In order to deal with your email you must use a mail client to access a mail server. The mail client and mail server can exchange information with each other using a variety of protocols.
Although the right code can help Office applications talk to one another, sometimes it’s quicker to export data. An automated solution is definitely worth the effort if users must frequently repeat the task. Knowing which format to export to is the real trick. You can export Outlook data to another format as follows: