It used to be that simply viewing a malformed email could allow a virus to spread. Thankfully, that’s no longer the case with modern mail programs.
Even though they share similar names and do similar things, Outlook and Outlook.com are actually not related at all.
The the Outlook PST file or Personal STorage file can easily grow to an extreme size. Here’s a 4-step plan to managing that size and getting it back under control.
It’s easy to get email providers and email programs mixed up. So the first step in setting this up is to understand which does what.
There is an easy solution, and a not-so-easy solution. It’s going to depend on how much money you want to spend.
There are many steps between your email and it’s journey out of the “Outbox.” Any one of those steps could be slowing you down.
Copying messages out of Outlook is easy – as long as you’re willing to live with the restrictions that Outlook places on what you can do with those messages later.
Outlook’s PST or Personal STore is a single file that holds your email, contacts, and more. You can use Outlook itself to find the location of the file.
If you didn’t change the folder rules, then who did? I’ll show you how to fix this problem.
Outlook is doing the best that it can with spam, but your expectations that it can block spam based on the From addresses is a tad off the mark.
It’s not that difficult to print an email in Outlook.com, it just takes looking in what is probably an unfamiliar place for former Hotmail users.
Outlook and Outlook.com are two different and unrelated programs. But once we get past a possible typo, they can both handle ics, not isc, files.
Backing up or archiving portions of your email collected in Outlook is pretty easy with one basic concept: creating and opening your own PST files.
CRC errors happen when there’s a bad spot on the media of your hard disk. Data recovery and disk repair are often possible with the right tools.
Once a message goes into your outbox, Outlook tries to send it. While it’s trying, there’s little you can do. So the trick is to force it to stop trying.
Outlook’s email formatting can occasionally cause issues when viewed by others. I have a couple of suggestions on how to reduce the problem.