Although the program does not recognize the Outlook 2010 because the file location is changed from /App Data/Local/Microsoft/Outlook. On the E-mail tab there is a "Change..." command that lets me specify the email account info, but not the pst file. On the "Data Files" tab I can select an email account and choose "Settings," but that dialog only displays the pst file's name and location but doesn't allow me to edit it. Where are people seeing the "Change Folder" command?
And do you see this with IMAP accounts as well as POP3 accounts? Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site.
Now when you assign some delegate as an Editor, you are giving him/her, the privileges of creating meeting requests, sending meeting requests, editing and deleting meeting requests as well.
In addition, he/she can also be given access to receive mails pertaining the meetings, PRIVATE ITEMS and also accept and reject meetings on your behalf.
If you do not delete your archived items, they remain available to you in the archive folder.
All messages, contact information, calendars, and other data that you create in Microsoft Outlook are kept in your Personal Folders file (.pst) or if you use a Microsoft Exchange Server account, on your organization’s Exchange server.
You can upgrade your existing account to or you can start fresh and create a new If you are a user, then you have probably heard that Microsoft will be closing the doors on and moving all of its users over to the new sometime this summer.(Microsoft hasn't set a specific date.) Currently, you can make the switch on your own, but if you choose not do so between now and this summer, Microsoft has said that they will be automatically moving all remaining users to These accounts have become more significant since many available features in Windows 8 and Office 2013 require a Microsoft email account.Well, for fixing [email protected] error (0x8004010F) : 'Outlook data file cannot be accessed error. I have 18 accounts and only one of them showed the error.