Outlook 2010 Only To Show Address Book From One Email Account?
Nov 12, 2012
When multiple accounts are added on Outlook 2010 and you create a new email, autocomplete in the 'to' field shows suggestions from every account. Is it possible to only show suggestions relevant to the account the email is being sent from.For example, if I had my personal account and a customer services account, when I go to send an email from my personal account, every email address who has ever communicated with the customer services account shows which is quite risky.
I have a specific email contact who can be reached directly through my Gmail on Google but every time I send directly from Outlook 2010 the email dies as "Invalid Recipient". This applies even if I am replying to a received email from that person so it is not a typo or similar personal error and it is the only contact which behaves like this.
I have recently changed my ISP to BT from Eclipse. Previously Outlook 2010 was configured to allow emails to be downloaded from the Eclipse servers and to enable me to send emails using Outlook 2010 using my Eclipse email address. I also have Outlook configured using IMAP to enable me to download emails from Gmail. I can no longer send emails using my eclipse email account.How to reconfigure Outlook so that I can send and receive emails using the Gmail servers from Outlook 2010 as my primary email source.
I've just upgraded to Windows 7 and have installed Office 2010 which I also had on Vista, in Vista however my email [URL]was part of personal folders, but now they are separate, I'd like not to see a separate menu for [URL] but instead have all my emails under the Personal Folders menu
Having successfully moved my address book (.WAB format) to w7 and converted it to .CSV format I can get as far as "Select the Contacts folder that you want to import to" as in the website [URL] but when I click "next" the box is blank where a Contacts folder should be. In outlook 2003 I have some contacts which I added manually to address book so there should be an address book of some sort.
I have over 13 years of Outlook Express folders and addresses that I desperately need to convert to Outlook 2007. I should have imported them into Outlook before I made the "Easy File Transfer" to the new Win 7 machine, but didn't know I needed to do that. Several years ago I had imported the files into Outlook, although that data did transfer it is now way out-of-date and full of duplicates.The up-to-date data is still in my old machine and also in an external hard drive backup. I have isolated the Outlook Express personal folders into .dbx format and the addresses into .wab format.Is there a way this can be reformatted into Outlook? Or is there some other way? I would probably also need to delete what is already in Outlook first, or I would have many more duplicates.
I have a 91-year old senior citizen friend who lives several miles from me, and his kids just bought him a new computer with Windows 7. He was used to using the Outlook Express (?) on his old Windows XP machine, but now he doesn't have his old e-mail address book.
I'm wondering if there is a way somebody could go over there and cable up his old computer to the new one and import his old e-mail address book into the new computer (dumb question, I know) some where. Right now, he is using his Verizon web-mail for e-mail, and if he had the old address book imported to the new computer, perhaps there's a way to export it to the Version web-mail?
I have exported my address book from Outlook 2003 on my desktop to my laptop that is also running Outlook 2003 (office 2003).The only problem, when I exported the address book it also exported deleted items, that had been deleted years ago. s there any way to export and just export what is currently shown in the address book and not the old deleted items. I'm using the export a file option.
I just installed Outlook 2007. I have 2 problems. I am using Windows 7 Home Premium. I can't import my address book from Windows Live, Hotmail or Gmail. I have searched and can find only the opposite (to export). I have exported from Windows Live,Hotmail and Gmail, but they are different and won't work. The other problem is I can't change the stationary. It is grayed out and says no other themes installed. I reinstalled the themes and put in the extras. I have folders named stationary that has files in them. you can click on them and see them.
While my contact folders are visible, my address book is not. Thus Outlook 2007 address Search in Outlook doesn't work. If I go into Accounts, Outlook shows an address book, but if I click on Change, there is no file listed - thus I cannot change nor delete, and thus add a new one.
Q: How can I get this or any other immediatr contact search in Outlook going?
Using Windows 7 Home Prem; latest version. When I look in my "Contacts" I see "Ed Wiens" ONCE only. When I compose a new email, I see "Ed Wiens" TWICE; once is his current addy and once for his old addy. I need to delete the old one but it won't show in the Contacts to be deleted. How can this happen and how can I delete the old one?
I am tring to import my outlook Express Address book to windows 7. It indicated I did indeed imported the files, but They do not show up in my contacts list. I also added my Comcast mail account to the windows mail list and they do not show up there either.
So I typed an address in my To: and tabbed down to type my message. The address is validated and underlined as I'm typing my email, but I noticed I typo'd the address. Now I go back up to the address in the To: field to fix it (delete 1 character) and I can't seem to edit it? If I right click I can bring up an Outlook contact card, where it can't be edited. Or I can bring it up in a Outlook contacts page but it can't be edited there either - and it wants me to save as an outlook contact there which I don't want to do for this one off address.
In OL 2007 you just dbl clicked on the underlined address in the To: and it popped up with a dialog box that allowed you to change the address and the display name.
Will all my current rules apply to the mail I receive at present from different people after they have updated there info with my new address? Or will I have to delete the rules and start again as and when I receive the mails? I am thinking probably the latter will apply though.
does anyone know a way to copy or export outlook autocomplete email address's (the address comes up automatically as you type the first few letters) form a computer with xp with outlook 2003 to a windows 7 computer with outlook 2003?
I have 3 accounts setup in my outlook 2010. Usually when i open my program it would open the dafault email adress first. Now it just loads a random one that i do not want to see first. I've tried removing the account but that does not work because it still appears in the sidebar without the mail getting sync and i can not deleted it. How can i change what email adress is open by default, also how can i delete that account that no longer sync, there is no delete button when right clicking
I receive many inquiries through a B2B website. These inquiries are send to me by email. The sender's email address is the server from the B2B website.I want to add these emails to my business contacts in BCM 2010 without linking and tracking the email address.Then I want to link and track the email address that i filled in the email field of the business contact.
Am trying to printout an email from Outlook 2010. When I go to print the print preview shows a small dash in upper left corner and the number of pages to be printed ranges from 32 to 112, depending on the email. It prints the dash mark and continues to spit out paper. It's not a printer issue, as I've tried 2 different ones.
I haven't discovered a way yet of switching a POP3 account to IMAP without deleting and re-defining the email account in Outlook 2010.IMAP is a better way if you access the same email account from multiple machines. If the account was originally defined with POP3 there doesn't seem any mechanism to change it to IMAP without deleting and re-creating the entire account.
This means backing up and restoring all the messages, address books etc before doing this -- a bit of a pain if you have to do this for 50 - 100 users and their email accounts.
I am using both a laptop and tablet to check email I have set up both devices with imap accounts.
The issue is that I don't want to lose all my old folders and email from the old pop3 account and I can't find a way to move or copy them to the newly created account on my laptop so I'd like to leave the old account, inactive, in Outlook.
Also, I don't want to get messages into two different folders. Is there a way to disable the old pop3 account without removing it?
I have tried deleting the password so it won't send/receive from that account but all I get is the constant "enter password" box which is naturally not an ideal state of affairs.
PS it probably isn't relevant but FYI the tablet is a Motorola Xoom Android and the laptop is an Asus running Win 7 Home Premium and Outlook 2010 as in the subject line.
I have a problem with Outlook 2010 that is driving me nuts. Whenever I send an email with an attachment upwards of 4Mb it goes through the sending process then comes up with a send error. The attachment has in fact been sent but remains in the out box as though it hasn't and then it keeps sending it over and over until I catch it and delete it. I have Windows 7 home Premium on a Toshiba Satellite 5000 with 4Gb RAM.
I use Outlook 2010 to process several email accounts. I noticed a few days ago that a couple of the email accounts had vanished from the list. I also noticed that one still present was not sending or receiving. I tried re-entering the password and when that didn't work I deleted and re-entered the account. It tests fine but the test message never shows up in my Outlook inbox. It does show up immediately on my phone when I check my mail there.
OK .. had (actually still have since I just installed a new hard drive for a clean install of WIN 7 and have the old drive available) XP using Outlook 2003.
Installed WIN 7, loaded the new Beta version of Office Pro 2010 (hey .. it was free and good for a year).
Don't have a Personal address book. My contacts did import into the Contact Mgr but this doesn't enable me to click on several email addys so I can send to multiple people.
Is tehre anything I can do to get the same capabilities I had WIN XP and Outlook 2010 Beta?
BTW .. I also removed Ofc 2010 and went back to my tried and true Office Pro 2003 but have the same problem.
Did the same for the Thunderbird.
I have never went to Vista (so maybe some of the shortcomings/differences were addressed there). I do have a legal copy of OFC 2007 (never been unwrapped since I heard it didn't have any new features I would use over 2003 but had a different GUI look) if that would help.
Also, Don't have all the folders I had with XP and Outlook 2003. I had a LOT of messages stored in different folders but import them (or don't know how).
Like I said .. I can put my old HD in and boot up my XP if I need to do special exports or anything.
I am running office professional 2010 and in outlook 2010 I have various email accounts.lets say email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org etc etc All accounts are from the same server and all have worked fine since setting them up.I have all the account inboxes listed top left of the screen under favorites and just click on the desired account to see todays emailsRecently email@example.com causes outlook to "not responding" as soon as I click on the account.