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Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 vs OUtlook Express

Q: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 vs OUtlook Express

I just installed MIcrosoft Office that comes with Outlook email. I was using regular Outlook express. My question is which is better I know the Microsoft version has a few more features but also should I unistall regular outlook express now that I have the Microsoft version?

A: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 vs OUtlook Express

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My friend just had her computer reformatted after a bad virus contamination. It is still running EXTREMELY slow but has at least been running correctly. She is running XP

Yesterday I installed Microsoft Office 2003 for her with Microsoft Outlook and now her email doesn't seem to be working. She uses Outlook Express as her mail default rather than Office Outlook but keeps getting the error message that it can't find the POP3.

I also installed AVG for her and have shut off the email plugin to see if that is part of the problem.

The thing is, it happened yesterday right after I installed these programs for her but then a minute later her email worked just fine. Now she just restarted her computer and the mail won't work again.

Is there something wrong with her computer or is it at the server?

I hope this all makes sense.
 

A:Solved: Microsoft Office Outlook vs Outlook Express?

Is she receiving any error messages?
If so, please post the exact message.

Is the Firewall allowing Outlook Express access to the Internet?

How does she connect to the Internet?
Dial-Up
DSL
Cable?
 

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Hi,
I have just got my computer back after having it reformated. I used to have Outlook Express, but the guy has put Outlook Office 2003 on it, and i don't like the set up
Is there a way i can reinstall outlook express?
Thanks
 

A:outlook office 2003, want outlook express

outlook express should come with windows (i think its part of IE) so you should have outlook express on the PC

I'm surprised you have MSoffice on the PC, a very expensive product suite

have a look in program files and see if you have a folder called outlook express in there should be a file named msimn.exe

"C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe"

I would expect the program to be on the program list somewhere anyway
 

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Just installed Office 2003 Professional on my laptop last night. I opened up Outlook and began to set up an email account for my "work" email via Microsoft Exchange Server. Well I suppose I did not input the information correctly, because now I get errors stating that my folders are not available, etc. That's all fine. The problem is that Outlook closes as soon as I "OK" or "cancel" these error messages. I can't even get into the program to delete this account. I have uninstalled Outlook and re-installed with no success. HELP!!!!!

Jim

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

You can right click on the outlook icon and go into properties to access your email profiles.

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Is there a way to stop Outlook from wanting a username and password everytime i go to use it it's very annoying. My office XP outlook never did it.
Please Help

EDIT: This problem has been fixed.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

How did you fix it so others can benefit from your answer

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Dear Microsoft Office Outlook experts,

When i send mail to my friend. They are getting these message at first line (top of email message)

STOP GETTING SPAM Free OneClick spam stopper can be found at: 81.95.149.27/logo/
Please help
Thank You
 

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I have used this program for several years with out any problems. This week, I suddenly can not open it. I get this error message: "Cannot start Microsoft Outlook. Unable to open the Outlook Window. The set folders could not be opened. The server is not available. Contact your administrator if the situation persists."
I have rebooted, defragged, rebooted again and no luck. How do I fix this and how did it happen? I would like to avoid this situation.
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

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Hello,

I have a new installation of Outlook 2003, however, I am unable to create the first E-Mail Account.

When I select Tools--EMail Accounts, I immediately get a pop up window with the following Error Message: "The operation failed due to a Registry or Installation Problem. Re-Start Outlook and Try Again. If the condition persists-Reinstall Outlook"

Outlook has been re-installed several times to no Avail.

Something is not allowing the Accounts Setup Window to open.

I am also running MS OFFICE Professional Edition 2003 with Service Pack 2

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A:Microsoft Office 2003 Outlook

Create the Email profile in the Control Panel/Mail http://support.microsoft.com/kb/287072/

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I have wired problem with that office outlook 2003 when open the start menu, where you have the Internet and Email sections the Icon for the Email is missing, originally both went at the same time, i got the internet Explorer 7 Icon back, but as i yet i have not been able to the the Email icon back, you are still able to use it, it's just that the icon is missing. When change to Outlook Express the icon, but the office outlook 2003 icon has gone missing. Any help would be much appreciated.

Cheers
Colin
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003

If I understand you right you are just looking for the icon... if that is the case you can get the icon by going to the C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11 and then sending the Outlook icon to your desktop. Hope this is what you are looking for.
 

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Hey everyone,

I've been having a problem with Outlook, whenever I close the application I get an error message. The latest one is:

DDE Server Window: OUTLOOK.EXE - Application Error

The instruction at "0x7c910e03" referenced memory at "0x00000000". The memory could not be "written".

Click on OK to terminate the program

It's really beginning to annoy me - does anyone have any ideas what's up?

Thanks,
Martin
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Error

Are you connecting to an Exchange server, or a POP3 account (with PST file)?
 

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I have WIndows XP Home with Microsoft Office Professional 2003 and am having a problem with Outlook. I loaded two Phone Tools software programs and have since uninstalled them. Now when I start Outlook I receive two messages. The first is found in a box labeled "WMS ST Notif Window 00000ADO 00000FBO: Outlook.exe unable to locate component". The message reads, "This application failed to start because PbkUser.dll was not found. Re-installing the application may fix this problem". <OK>
The second error message I receive is in the "Micorsoft Office Outlook" dialog box. The message is, "The add-in 'C:\ProgramFiles\mobilePhoneTools\Outl97.dll" could not be installed or loaded. This problem may be resolved by using Detectand Repair on the help menu". Are there any suggestions what I amy be able to do in order to eliminate these messages? Thanks.
 

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I have Microsoft Office 2003 professional edition installed on my laptop currently. I also have a 2013 professional plus version disc that I can install. Would there be a problem with installing both on my laptop? Is there a lot of difference between the two versions? The reason I'm asking is that I like the 2003 version I am using but would like to test out the 2013 version before I dump the 2003. Thanks, Micromos
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 and 2013

well you can but is advisable not to install 2 version of outlook at the same time, you might run into some problems you have to use at least one of them
 

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Everytime i go to a "New Message" or "Reply" i get the message "The Add in "C:\WINDOWS\system32\fxset32.dll" could not be loaded or installed.

Detect and repair from the help menu failed. Resinstalling failed. Is there any other way to stop this annoying message?

cheers.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 On Vista

Did you install the program in XP SP2 compatibility mode with Run as Administrator also selected? If not, uninstall it, then reinstall it using the compatibility wizard.

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first i install word 2007 and excel 2007 and then i install outlook

office 2003, and everything is ok.
but i install the powerpoint 2007 and i receive the mail in outlook
2003 a dialog box open and says "please wait while windows configures microsoft office powerpoint 2007"
every time this problem again and again.
plz help me
thanks
shazel
 

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Running with XPS 600, I've been recently getting an error when i close outlook. It says

Microsoft Office Outlook has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.

checkbox Restart Office Outlook

Please tell Microsoft about this problem
We have created an error report that you can send to help us imrpove ......

I've read that it might have to do with winFax but I dont have that

I also read it might be a acrobat or adobe acrobat 8 proffessional update but I did that. so i dont know any help would be nice
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 error

Shaboygen, If you have the Office install disc try uninstalling and reinstalling as the files are most likely corrupt and causing the error
 

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When I open Microsoft Office Outlook, I get this message: Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook. MAPI32.DLL is corrupt or wrong version. This could have been caused by installing other messaging software. Please reinstall Outlook.

I have reinstalled Outlook and I get this message anyway, please help.
 

A:Microsoft office 2003 -OUTLOOK ERROR

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Hi people. How do I change it so it shows messages in groups of days? Like "Yesterday" and "Saturday" and "Last Week" and so on..... Thank You For Your Help

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Appearance

It says: Beyond Next Month. This suggests that the messages are in the future. Confirm that the date in Windows is correct. If your computer keeps losing time and date, replace the battery on your motherboard.

Here is how to change your computers date if you don't know how:
How to Change Time and Date on Windows XP | eHow.com

Richard

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I have Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 on my computer (I am running Windows xp on a Dell latitude 131L laptop) but can't locate Calendar. Does this software have Calendar and if so how do I load it/find it. I am not a computer guru so please answer with that in mind. Thank you very much.
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 calendar

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Hi everybody! Maybe somebody on here could help me out? I have a HUGE problem! I currently use Outlook Express on Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition, I had bought Microsoft Office 2003 Professional! I obviously want to use Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 as my e-mail client! The problem that I'm encountering, is my entire address book in Outlook Express, is written in Russian language! Even my American friend's names are written in Russian! (Spelled with Russian letters) When I do the export and import, the entire address book is not readable! It's a bunch of signs and symbols, basically not readable! How do I import/export the address book, so I can see who am I composing to?
 

A:Solved: Ouutlook Express to Microsoft Outlook 2003

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Hey everybody

I just set up an IMAP to an e-mail account I have. It works great, all the folders synchronize and everything like that.

The only problem I am having is, if I delete a message, instead of the message going away, it has a line go through the message. The message still shows up in the folder. Is there any setting that I can change so that this doesn't happen?

Thanks.
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 - Messages won't delete

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Notified that 3 automatic updates were available to be installed. Two of the three were installed just fine but (KB943552) which is a Junk EMail Filter update will not install. Checked via Google and this is a common problem but with an incredibly complex fix of the registry. I do have Outlook as part of the Office Suite but do not use it. I can live without the update but I am constantly reminded that updates are ready, etc. Any way to at least make the icon not appear other than to opt for no automatic updates? I would like to install it correctly. Yes I did use a registry cleaner but cannot restore at this point since I have no idea when in the past 2 weeks it was done.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Update will not install

OPen Internet Explorer > Tools > Windows Update > Custom > uncheckmark KB943552 > then place a checkmark...(i can't quite remember what it said, but there will be something after the "description" about not showing up or hiding it)

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When I receive an e-mail from someone, and I choose to reply to it, it automatically appears in the format of "User <[email protected]>" in the "To:" field of the reply window.

Is there a way that I can automatically have it format it just to say "User" in the "To:" field, without having to add that user to my contacts? All I want is the recipients name in that field, as I'd prefer it to not display their e-mail address there as well.
 

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Question (Contacts)

Perhaps I am missing something here, but without their email address in the To: filed it cannot send the email. This field is the primary source of the recipient address.

The name only is not a valid address to send to.
 

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Hello people. Thank you for reading this! I have a problem. I use MS Office 2003. I just bought a new computer since my old one was just dying. That's a different story. I took the PST file from my old one, and put to work on my new machine. Now, when I click on CONTACTS, below MAIL, I see all of my contacts. But when I compose a new massage, and click on "TO:&#8221; there is nothing there!! So in order for me to write a letter to a contact, I need to open up my "Contacts" and RIGHT CLICK on one and choose "Compose a New Message", which is totally unacceptable because some e-mails I write, I want to have multiple receivers of. Everything else is fine. All of the folders and subfolders I have, are there. Just this. Please help??
 

A:Solved: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Problem

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I am upgrading lots of stuff here in the office, but I need to keep the inter-office email communications working between the old and the new.

We have a working system with Microsoft Mail Post Office that is located on a NT file server and can be administered from a win98 pc. We currently use this for inter-office email, and connect to the internet for all other email.

I am tring to configure Outlook 2003 to recognize the accounts in the post office using the Exchange Server. I am not able to get outlook to communicate.

The post office does not have a name, just a path to it. I put the path as the name of the Exchange Server and provided a valid User Name. When I "check name", I get an error. "The action could not be completed. The connection to the Microsoft Exchange Server is unavailable. Outlook must be online or connected to complete this action." I get a similar message whe I run Outlook.

How can I get this configured right? BTW, I can see the network path to the PO Box and have a drive mapped.

New PC and OS is WinXP Pro
 

A:Can I setup Outlook 2003 with Microsoft Mail Post Office?

Anybody?
 

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Hi, I have a strange problem which is that my MS Office Outlook 2003 keeps trying to send emails but I don't have any to send At the bottom it says Sending 1 of 1,2 or 3 messages!! But there is nothing to send!! The out box is empty!! The out boxes on Yahoo, Gmail etc are empty....In fact every folder is empty!!!I have several email accounts using Outlook but everything seems to be sent OK and received. Sometimes I get a error code 553...address not verified!! Or that the server took longer to answer than it should have taken. And these errors messages are a pain.I am using a Windows Xp Pro Sp2(Moderator edit: post moved to more appropriate forum. jgweed)

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Trying To Send Emails I'm Not Sending

Problem solved!!! It was several stuck read receipts. The answer is here:http://www.howto-outlook.com/howto/deletereadreceipt.htm

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Hi

I've developed this problem with Outlook where after composing an email and try to send I get an error message.

The header of the message box says Microsoft Office Word
and the warning message in the box says Interface Not Registered.

The receiving part of the program works okay and the rest of Office 2003 is working fine

I reinstalled the program but that didn't help !

Does anyone have any ideas or possible solutions?

Thanks
 

A:Solved: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003 Sending Error

Hi MadMel

Run the Detect and Repair option In Outlook 2003,
Help > Detect and Repair

If that fails to correct the problem:
With Outlook 2003 closed,
Start > Run
key in or copy and paste in the Run box:
Regsvr32.exe %Windir%\System32\Ole32.dll
Click Enter

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/870707/en-us

Let us know if that makes a difference.
 

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How to take the backup or syncronize my phone book contact of my window mobile (samsung I600) to MS outlook 2003. I had Active sync 4.2 version available.

Can anybody suggest me the solution.

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Hello fellas,

i am newbie on working on outlook and webmail..

i just wondering on how can i imports contacts from my ms office outlook 2003 into ms office outlook 2010.

any helps is greatly appreciated..
thanks..
 

A:How can i Import ms office outlook 2003 contact into ms office outlook 2010

Here is an article that fully explains the process involved with step by step instruction: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/o...t-has-outlook-2010-installed-HA102544948.aspx
 

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In Win7x64, Google email in the form of HTML source becomes mangled in Office Outlook (which I've substituted for incompatible Outlook Express).

To replace Outlook Express, I first tried Thunderbird, and then Eudora. Only Office Outlook, which is part of MS Office, had all the functions and options of Outlook Express that I like, plus formatting and organization features.

I could use Web Mail with Gmail or ATT-Yahoo, to which I have access, but I prefer getting my mail to my PC and keeping it there.

Austin D

A:Win7x64 HTML Problem w Office Outlook substitute for Outlook Express

You failed to mention Windows Live Mail which is Microsoft's free replacement for Outlook Express for Windows 7: Windows Live Essentials 2011 - Download free Microsoft programs The web installer for Live Essentials will let you download just "Mail" if that's all you need for now. You can always go back to the install file to download other parts of the suite when you want.

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I'm a Hotmail Plus (is that the right term?) user so I'm paying for expanded service. It's been fine for nearly a year now, but recently, my connection has been shaky - sometimes connecting, sometimes not.

Now, I can't connect at all and I get the following errors:

Task 'Hotmail: Folder:Inbox Synchronizing headers.' reported error (0x800CCC0D) : 'The server could not be found.'

Task 'Hotmail: Folder:Inbox Synchronizing headers.' reported error (0x800CCC19) : 'A timeout occurred while communicating with the server.'


I did some trial and error work and realized that the problem is with the URL I'm using:

http://services.msn.com/svcs/hotmail/httpmail.asp

This address must be incorrect because when I put in "http://www.hotmail.com" instead, it allowed me to get through but only once. That means that the issue is not with my Outlook.

Is there another address and is anyone else having issues with the above address?

What else could be wrong?
 

A:Hotmail and Outlook 2003 (Small Bus. Edition) - NOT Outlook Express

This thread looks pretty old but nobody responded so....Hotmail to Outlook 2003 or above now has a "connector" that you need to download in order for Hotmail and Outlook to sync correctly. Here's the download location for Office Outlook Connector: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...B1-DF0A-46E1-AA93-7D4870871ECF&displaylang=en
Good luck.
 

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Hi,

I just launched my email and I've lost everything. It looks like a whole new program has launched (Outlook Express 6), whereas I used to have Outlook 2003. The only thing I can think of is I needed to find my email password to set up email on my mobile, so I went to Start/Programs, but all I could find was Outlook Express 6. Perhaps an automatic update has taken place. Anyway, I went to Tools/Accounts/double clicked on my username/Servers, but the password was blanked out. I therefore killed the program, but when I hit the email button on my keyboard to launch Outlook 2003, Outlook Express 6 launched, which has no emails at all.

The only thing I can think that has changed since yesterday is my Norton 360 Antivirus software expired today and I intend buying an update tomorrow. Perhaps there's a connection? What do you think happened, are my old emails stored somewhere, and how can I restore Outlook 2003?

V
 

A:Solved: Outlook 2003 Suddenly Replaced by Outlook Express 6

When you launched Outlook express do you remember that box that came up and said something along the lines of:

"outlook express is currently not your default mail application, do you want it to be?"
and you clicked yes without reading it properly...?

Well it has done exactly that. You have two email apps on your computer, one of them has to be default. when you did that you changed it to outlook express. Luckily for you it is easy to fix.

All you need to do is go into the Start menu and find Outlook 2003 and run it. It will prob be under All programs > Microsoft Office> Outlook. Run it and then you will get the same prompt as you did for outlook express about making it the default app, choose yes to this. This will now make Outlook 2003 your default email app again and fix your problem.
Let us know if this works.
 

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Folks I have read the MS tech notes on how to get Outlook 2003 [I have it via Office 2003 Professional, full install] to import from OE6. It fails under either option: import from "another program" or "Import Internet Mail....". Under the former it is pointed to the correct folder, but fails with Error: Cannot open,.. another program in use" but there's not... I tried copying the folder to a nice clean location on the C: and checked all the properties, nothing interfering, still won't open the folder.
Under the latter option it just doesn't do anything after directing it to the correct folder. Seems to accept the command, closes the window, but does not import anything. No error messages.

Umm.... do MS teams communicate with one another??

Closely related: If I could just get the FOLDERS I had setup it would be a great asset, or if i could just get the ADDRESS book it would help. Do you know how to import *.dbx folders into Outlook 2003? Or the old outlook Express address Book?

thx

z

A:Outlook 2003 Will Not Import Outlook Express folders, mail, anything

They are written in two different formats that are uncompatible. The Oulook Express has a file sytem totally unique to it.

I had the same problem about 6 weeks ago going from XP to Win7.
I had to transfer address book to notepad and put it into Outlook one at a time. The old mail sits in the old PC.
I have heard you can transfer the OE mail files over to Windows mail or gmail etc. Then transfer files from the new mail server to Outlook.
File system is changed over with the mail transfer- I haven't tried it though.
Mike

I did a Google and found this. I didn't find this page six weeks ago.

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ou...001094387.aspx

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Hello everyone (And sorry for such a long thread title!)

One of the elderly gentleman where I work, has been given a Dell laptop by his Son that's running W7 64bit.

He has a copy of Office 2000 that he would like to install on this machine, and use the bundled Outlook from it as his default e-mail client. The only problem is, the current desktop PC he's using, is running Windows XP (unsure which version) and he's got Outlook Express as his e-mail viewing software on there at the moment.

Can the profile (sorry if that's the wrong term) from XP's Outlook Express be "ported" into the Outlook from Office 2000, whilst all of this is running on W7 64bit?

Many, many thanks in advance

A:Migrating XP's Outlook Express to Office 2000's Outlook on W7 64bit

Office 2000 is not supported on Windows 7, and is insecure and past it's lifetime support. That said, there may be workarounds to get it to work on 7, but that's probably more difficult then your original question. I'd think your friend would need a newer version, then revisit can it be done For instance:

Import messages into Windows Mail from Outlook Express

Import your messages or account from Outlook Express to Outlook - Outlook - Office.com

Trying to use Office 2000 would not be at all advisable.

A Guy

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Hey all,
I want to migrate from outlook express 6 to outlook 2003. For this I tried Import & Export feature of Outlook.... though I easily imported my mails, folders, rules, account details but now when I click Send/Recive it starts downloading all the mails from pop3 server again and I have hundreds of mails n u know since it starts downloading all the mails from scraps even already read mails so its quite irritating for me

I wud be highly greatful to all of u if anybody tell me, Is there any option or rule avilabe in Outlook 2003 which restict downloading alredy read mails ( ie the mails I imported from outlook express)

thanks in advance!!!
Rock on
Jit
 

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Hi,

I am stuck....

We got one of the girls a new computer here in our office that had Outlook Express 6.

Her new machine has the full MS Office package with full Outlook.

I tried to use the import / export function to move emails and contacts etc. through our network to the new computer but, no luck. I keep getting error messages saying I don't have permission go into the Program Files directory on the old computer to transfer the data even though I set that dir up for sharing.

Does anyone have any ideas on how I can do this?

Many thanks,

John K
 

A:Moving Outlook Express To Outlook 2003 On Another Computer

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I carefully followed all the steps for converting from OE 6 to Outlook 2003. I have just only one email account, so I have one password. After all the neccesary steps were followed to convert to Outlook, I used that same password and saved that for Outlook. (Outlook came pre-installed on the desktop with Microsoft Office 2003).

Now, I have OE 6 and Outlook 2003 both running at the same time. OE6 can receive email as well as Outlook. And they can both send email. I don't understand how to disable OE6 because I don't want to use it any longer.

What do I need to do to have only Outlook 2003 running as my email account?
 

A:Solved: Conversion from Outlook Express 6 to Outlook 2003

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Hi,

I just installed Microsoft Outlook on my new 64 bit Laptop running Windows 7.

I am trying to import my previous emails from Outlook Express6 which is installed on another computer running Windows XP

I copied all account settings from my old computer to my new Laptop

When I start import/export wizard it gives me the following error.

No Internet Accounts were found to Import

I want to transfer all Email account settings, messages, emails and contacts from Outlook Express 6 to Microsoft Outlook.

Can anyone tell me how can I do it?

Regards
 

A:How to import Emails Accounts Settings from Outlook Express 6 to Microsoft Outlook?

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Yes, I just recently installed Microsoft Office 2010 Pro onto my computer. I have run into a bit of a problem. I wanna make Microsoft Outlook 2010 the default email client for my user side and I wanna leave Outlook Express as default for another user on my computer. I cannot seem to figure out how to do this because once you pick a default email program on one user desktop it also makes it the default for other users on the computer. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

A:Microsoft Outlook 2010 defaul email/Outlook Express default for other

Sorry, that can't be done because the default email application is "global" (All Users).
 

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gang I found an old post here that describes my situation, something I caused but don't know how to undo.
The system in question has Windows XP Professional, and MS Office 2000 Professional, the main reason for which is OUTLOOK. When Outlook cranks up it triggers an error message which is in my subject line:
"Outlook requires Microsoft Outlook Express 4.01 or greater....". The system of course also has OE6 on it which we don't use, but it does work etc.

The issue is me: I use autoruns to shut off everything non-mandatory, and, as another thread-poster identified, there is something in the list of goods that I have disabled that OE is dependent on, if I understand the old thread properly. The problem is that the poster [OP] in that thread said he found the key, but he didn't NAME THE ENTRIES
Thus, I dunno which ones he reversed that made the issue go away.

if anyone knows, pls let me know, so I can fix my goof.

thx
Z
 

A:Solved: error: Outlook requires Microsoft Outlook Express 4.01 or greater

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Hi

I am using Vista Home premium 32 bit and i am using windows mail for all my emails. I also have office 2007 with Microsoft Outlook.

Problem is that i want to use microsoft Outlook but i can't transfer/export my email accounts from Vista Windows mail to Microsoft Outlook or even outlook express for XP. I have forgotten 3 critical passwords so I cannot recreate the email accounts in Outlook....

How can I export my email accounts to microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express from Vista Windows mail??? please help.

Thanks

kapilkaaiser

A:Exporting Email accounts from Vista to Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express

Hello again kapilkaaiser,
I think you need to import the required info into Outlook 2007 -

In Outlook 2007, click File > Import and Export > Make the appropriate choices
> & hopefully the Import / Export Wizard will oblige.

Post back with your results.

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I am getting the following message when launching outlook

"Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.
The set of folders could not be opened. "

I have multiple pst files on different drives. the problem is the main pst file is on a hard drive that crashed. how do I open outlook or remove that 1 pst so the rest of the pst files can launch?
 

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.

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We have all of our user's email set up to deliver to a personal folder that resides on a server with Windows 2003. We have a small number of people that get the error message below. They eventually get in, but either have to close outlook and reopen several times or they have to reboot their computer. Has anyone seen this before? Thanks!

"Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.
The set of folders could not be opened. The server is not available.
Contact your administrator if this condition persists."

I have tried every suggestion I could find on the internet, but still haven't found a solution.

any help would be much appreciated.
 

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.

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OS Version: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium , Service Pack 2, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU T5800 @ 2.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 13
Processor Count: 2
RAM: 3061 Mb
Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 965 Express Chipset Family, 448 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 228434 MB, Free - 128495 MB; D: Total - 9999 MB, Free - 8914 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0H279K, , .2D0W6H1.CN486438B40035.
Antivirus: Norton 360, Updated and Enabled

I get the following error when trying to open Outlook. My computer updated last night. Outlook worked fine this morning, but then I got the "configuring updates do not power down" screen. Once the computer restarted, Outlook would not work:

cannot start MOO. Cannot open the outlook window. the set of folders cannot be opened. errors have been detected in the file. c:\users/Nikky\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\Outlook.pst. Quit Outlook and all mail enabled applications, and then use the Inbox repair tool (scanpst.exe) to diagnose and repair errors in the file. for more information about the inbox repair tool, see help.

I have tried: Go to run and type outlook.exe / resetnavpane -did not work, I get the same error.

I have tried: Run and Scanpst.exe-I get windows cannot find the file.

I have tried a System restore-it could not be completed.

I have ran a windows office diagnostic, 1 problem found and fixed, however it did not correct the problem.

I have tri... Read more

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Unable to open the Outlook window.

here are some more command line switches...

http://www.outlook-tips.net/howto/commandlines.htm
 

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Had this error on a user's pc. Researched it here on the forum.
Found another thread with someone suggesting to use the following command to get it going:
Start->run..then type the following -> "Outlook.exe /resetnavpane"

This worked! The other thread has since been closed, but I wanted to reply and say WHY my users outlook suddenly started throwing out this error, because no one on the other thread was able to.

Turns out that my user had "accidentally" dragged their personal folder (containing 1000's of emails) into the "outbox".
Since the "outbox" folder is one to be used while an email is in the sending phase, it basically just shut down and wouldn't open for anything.

Luckily the command was able to get Outlook open and I was able to investigate what the user did to cause it.

Hope this info can help someone else.
 

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Hi all at Techguy, I hope someone can help me!!!

My outlook express has changed to Microsoft outlook! This has also caused me problems with Word and Excel.
I cannot open any ‘e’ mails in outlook express as it says there is an error. I can go back to a restore point fro a few days ago and all is fine, a day later it changes again to Microsoft outlook and the same problems occur.

When I try and open a word or excel document it says preparing to install!!

I can not open attachments in my outlook also!!

I have AVG as my Anti virus protectiion
I run SpyBot on a daily basis
I run Ad-Aware on a weekly basis

Regards

Brian
 

A:Solved: outlook express has changed to microsoft outlook with PROBLEMS!!

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How do I make Microsoft Outlook the default email program? I make the change in IE version 5, but when I reboot the system (Win 98), Outlook Express is once again selected as the default email program.

I read in a previous post about using the following sequence for making Outlook Express the default. Is there anything similar for Microsoft Outlook? :
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To make Outlook Express your default e-mail client:
Close OE, click Start/Run and enter this command line, complete with quotes, spaces and the /reg switch:

"C:\Program Files\Outlook Express\msimn.exe" /reg
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Thanks very much,
Dan
 

A:Switching from Outlook Express to Microsoft Outlook as email default

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This morning as I trawled the spam queues a sense of deja-vu descended on me when this subject line caught my eye:
Update for Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express (KB910721)
Didn?t I see this a while ago and didn?t it contain a rather nasty Trojan?
The format of the October version differs slightly in that it includes a link to a website from which you may download the ?Microsoft/Outlook/Outlook Express Update? rather than an attached executable.



Malicious update for Microsoft Outlook / Outlook Express (KB910721) | SophosLabs blog

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Hi,
Recently I have noticed my Dell Vostro laptop has been very slow in booting to a point where I can actually do something with any speed.

I had been reading various forums regarding the problem and the general consensus was that removing unnecessary start-up programs would assist. This I did, and included in it was the removal of Outlook Express as a start-up as I never use it.

I was rather startled to find that the next time I started up Outlook I get the message indicated in the title. When acknowledging the message, Outlook still opens and functions correctly as far as I can see, but this message always coming up is getting a little tedious.

Why would a company require the lesser of two programs to be loaded and started in order that their more powerful program should work? Amazing thought processes at MS.

I have seen answers for this question elsewhere and I have tried their solutions but to no avail. That includes setting IsInstalled in registry key 881dd1c5-3dcf-431b-b061-f3f88e8be88a to a Dword value of 1.

What I have found, is the key {44BBA840-CC51-11CF-AAFA-00AA00B6015C} and {7790769C-0471-11d2-AF11-00C04FA35D02} in registry directory HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\AutorunsDisabled. As the first refers to Outlook Express 6 and the other to Address Book 6 I assume that this may have something to do with my problem.

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A:Solved: Outlook requires Microsoft Outlook Express 4.01 or greater.

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I have got a new email through my uni powered by microsoft outlook. When i login to Windows live messenger and click on the emails icon it goes to outlook express which i have never used how do i get it to go to my inbox at the right address?

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Dear AllI am getting the above error when I try to open Outlook 2007 on Windows XP. There is a quick fix to this which is to run 'outlook.exe /resetnavpane', which I find from a quick internet search. However, this is a one time fix, and I am having to do it every single time that I boot up. Is there a more permanent fix to this problem - hopefully the fact that the above fix works will identify the root of the problem. If anyone knows this and can help I would be very grateful. Thanks AdamEDIT: Moved to more appropriate forum

A:Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, Cannot open the Outlook window

Is that the error message in its entirety?Could you provide a link to the outlook.exe /resetnavpane fix so we can look at it and see exactly what it does?

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Just wondering, for a casual email user, such as my self. Is there a point in
migrating to Outlook 2003 (which I have as a part of the Office 2003 suite)?

A:Outlook Express to Outlook 2003 Migration

welcome

i would it looks worth while

HERE is an overview

good luck

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Good day;
I have followed all directions in the "read this first" post. I pretty much do that every week or so anyhow.
Anyway, the problem. Recently on MS Outlook, when I check my mail, I find I have 10-20 messages in there from either, Postmaster Hotmail, Mail delivery Service, Mail Delivery System or Mail Administrator with a Subject line saying either "Mail System Error-Returned mail or Delivery Status Notification or Undelivered Mail-Return to Sender and a few others. The text of the message is along these lines:
This Message was undeliverable due to the following reason:

The user(s) account is temporarily over quota.

<[email protected]>
<[email protected]>

Please reply to <[email protected]>
if you feel this message to be in error
I have no idea who these people are.
I am religous in running my updated AdawareSE, Spybot S&D, SpywareBlaster and also have EZ Anti-virus which is updated and has recently picked up a lot of incoming viruses via emails. I dont open any emails from Addees I do not know. I have run online AV scans and have not found anything. I also have Kerio Personal Firewall.
I am totally up to date with all WinXPSP2 updates as well as MS Office 2003 updates
Any idea why I am getting all this garbage.
Here is a copy of my hijack this log:
Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 2:21:18 PM, on 8/29/2006
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
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A:MS Outlook 2003/ Outlook Express problems

Any help with this please

Gene

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I have been using Outlook Express as my mail program. I get my mail from at&t Yahoo dsl web mail which stores the mail on the web mail server. I chose to leave a copy of the message on the server with outlook express. I've got an inbox folder in personal folders and favorite folders in Outlook 2003. Now when I wanted to use Outlook 2003 instead of Outlook express, it started to download all my messages, over 7,000 (270 MB)from the at&t yahoo dsl web mail server. I think it completed this once and the email showed up in the proper column in Outlook 2003. But the messages show up in blue letters next to the inbox as if they are unread but they do not show up the second time in the received email column as unread even though Outlook 2003 is downloading them again. I don't think I set outlook 2003 as my default mail program. I need to do that but don't know how.

I want to be able to export the mail from Outlook 2003 into some files that I can access easily later if I need to, such as importing them back into outlook 2003; but I don't want 7,000 emails exported that I have to open one at a time to know what they are such as I think is the case if you export your outlook express emails. I heard OE uses .dbx files which are not as friendly to retrieve as Outlook 2003 files which I think are .pst. But I don't know much about it or why I am having trouble with Outlook 2003.

So what should I do to get a stable Outlook 2003 which doesn't re-downlo... Read more

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Hi!

Thank you for having this service available.

I had installed Microsoft office upgrade to 2007 and also updated to microsoft outlook and lost function of respond on the email client. I was into windows live and sending a message, the client asked to have my email changed to outlook express which i agreed to. So now my email client it express but lost all the emails that were on the Microsoft outlook with all the addresses.

Anyway that I can retrieve my address book from Microsoft outlook through maintenance option

I had tried to save the address book yesterday but the copy paste function was greyed out. The default change was kind of spontaneous. Any help available for this. I was using the MS outlook due to work online. Using windows XP professional

Thank you and Happy New year to everybody!
Dosti2
 

A:changing default to outlook express from microsoft outlook

Use the "Import" feature of Outlook Express. if you choose to import "All" folders, it will include all messages and contacts data. or you can choose to import only contacts and not messages.

Obviously, it requires that both Outlook & Outlook Express are currently installed on the same PC.
Go here for a short tutorial: http://www.ehow.com/how_6374425_import-outlook-outlook-express.html

However, it must be pointed out that, for backup purposes, it's much easier to back up data in Outlook than is the case with Outlook Express.
 

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Hi,

Is there a free upgrade to change microsoft outlook 2002 to microsoft outlooke 2003 ?

Jeff

A:Can Microsoft Outlook 2002 Be Upgraded To Outlook 2003

according to this site an upgrade is not possible you need to buy the newer version for $109.00 USD

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Howdy,

I have been using Outlook Express for my e-mail. I decided to give Microsoft Office Outlook a try.

After about 1 1/2 hours I figured how to switch from one to the other. I found it under tools- Internet options.

Could someone please tell me how to switch all the information I have stored in Outlook Express over to Microsoft Office Outlook ? I have a lot pf e-mails saved, sent messages and so forth that I would like to keep.

I have tried but I am not having any luck. Since there are just so many hours in a day, I thought it best to ask you folks how it is done instead of blowing a few more hours trying it on my own.
Thank You for your time,

Dennis

A:Switching From Outlook Express To Office Outlook

You might find this article informative if you are starting to use Outlook;How To Set Up Internet Mail Accounts.There are three ways to access your Internet e-mail:-Press F5 on the keyboard.-Click the Send and Receive button on the toolbar.-In the Tools menu, click Send or Send and Receive

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Dear Friends;

I have been currently working with Microsoft Outlook. I and other people which work with Microsoft outlook, frequently face the problems during receiving or sending the mails while my other friends in office, work with outlook express never face such problems. Now I am thinking to switch to Outlook express. Is it possible to transfer my old mails from Microsoft outlook to Outlook express?
 

A:Switching from Microsoft outlook to Outlook express

Signode said:


Dear Friends;

I have been currently working with Microsoft Outlook. I and other people which work with Microsoft outlook, frequently face the problems during receiving or sending the mails while my other friends in office, work with outlook express never face such problems. Now I am thinking to switch to Outlook express. Is it possible to transfer my old mails from Microsoft outlook to Outlook express?Click to expand...
It is possible and you can either export from the File menu in Outlook or import the same way using OE. However, if you already have problems, it may be that your data file is too big for Outlook to handle. Check this by opening My Computer and from the Tools menu, select Folder Options then View. Tick to "Show hidden files an dfolders" and untick "Hide protected system file and folders". Click Apply, accept the warning and OK your way out.

Next, navigate to Documents and Settings>{yourusername}Local Settings>Application Data>Microsoft>Outlook and if your Outlook Data File (type .pst) is larger than 2Gb, go back into Outlook and delete anything you can to trim it down.

Outlook Express will also suffer an overstuffed data file but if you can't do without your historic e-mails, Mozilla Thunderbird can handle up to 4Gb.

 

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What's a good alternative from Outlook 2000/2002/2003 and Outlook Express?

My uncle is having problems with Outlook Express and would like something non Microsoft to use. It needs to have Inbox, Outbox, Sent Items, deleted items etc.

A:Alternative To Microsoft Outlook And Outlook Express

Mozilla ThunderBirdhttp://www.mozilla.com/thunderbird/You could use Aol.com/mailhttp://www.aol.com ~i know the browser sucks, thiers nothing wrong with the mailor G-mailgmail

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I upgraded outlook from 2000 to 2003. All settings emails contacts etc were saved. However - it re-set my wab file for my contacts in OE6.

I have them in 2003 and want to export them - but I can't find out how. It only exports to a pst file and OE6 doesn't see it.

Can anyone help?

Kev
 

A:Outlook 2003 Outlook Express 6

Hi kevb8ll

In Outlook 2003:
File > Import and Export > Export to a file > Contacts > Comma Separated Values
Save the .csv file to your Desktop.

Open Outlook Express and Import the .csv file into the Address Book:
File > Import > Other Address Book
Browse to the .csv file on your Desktop.

Let us know if that works for you.
 

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Hi.I posted this already but turns out when I looked down the list of forums I totally missed that there was one for internet and email, so posted it in the wrong one. Apologies for that, and hopefully someone here might be able to help. I recently had to get a new PC because my old one died a slow and painful death. My old PC ran XP, and I did manage to copy all my files off before the final curtain fell.My new PC runs Vista.I have a folder full of .dbx files from Outlook Express 6 (including the apparently-important 'folders.dbx'). I'm trying to import these files into Outlook 2003, which I've installed along with Office on my new machine (I tried windows mail and windows live mail but don't like the programs). I've followed instructions, but the program is getting to a point where I have to tell it where my files are stored, and then when I do it errors and tells me that it can't import because the location doesn't exist or the files are in use. The files are on my harddrive and are definitely NOT in use.Can anyone help me fix this please? It seems to be a known error but all the 'help' things I've found are assuming that the reason you're trying to import is because you've upgraded from OE to Outlook, and still have OE somewhere. I don't, I just have the files.Thanks

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I am getting rid of Outlook Express and installing Outlook 2003 --

However, I need to save all of my current messages in my Express program and import them into my Outlook 2003 program.

Do I need to go ahead and install Outlook 2003 first before attempting this? Because when I open Express and try to do an Export it gives me a MAPI error: "The export could not be performed. An error occured while initializing MAPI."

How would I go about this transition correctly, without losing any information?
 

A:From Outlook Express to Outlook 2003

Keep OE closed install Outlook 2003 it will ask if you want to import your OE folders (when you open it the first time), anything else can be manually imported from Outlook
 

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Is it possible to export Outlook 2003 files (contacts, messages, etc.) to be used in Outlook Express? I am not a fan of Outlook 2003 and prefer the simplicity of Express.
If I can not use the 2003 files in OE can I revert back to my old Outlook 2000 program and use 2003's files? (Actually I would like to get rid of Outlook 2003 and change back to either my old version (Outlook 2000) or a newer Outlook Express). When I upgraded from Outlook 2000 to 2003 I was able to import the 2000 program files but I am afraid I won't be able to go backwards to 2000 from 2003's files)
 

A:Outlook 2003 to Outlook Express

You won't be able to go back to 2000 (although you could go back to XP, since the files are the same). Outlook and Outlook Express are two unrelated programs. Outlook is part of the Microsoft Office System. Outlook Express is part of Internet Explorer. Microsoft make the naming mistake that they corrected with Vista. It's now called Windows Mail.

Courtney sends...
 

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I upgraded outlook from 2000 to 2003. All settings emails contacts etc were saved. However - it re-set my wab file for my contacts in OE6.

I have them in 2003 and want to export them - but I can't find out how. It only exports to a pst file and OE6 doesn't see it.

Can anyone help?

Kev

A:Outlook 2003 / Outlook Express 6

* Open Outlook Express.

* From the File menu select Import and Export.

* Select Export to a file and click Next.

* Select Comma Separated Value (Windows) and click Next.

* Select Contacts and click Next.

* Choose where you're going to save your CSV file to, give your CSV file a name and click Next.

* Click Finish when you're done.

* You will see a confirmation window showing the export as it is completed.

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Well here's a switch! Doc's needs everyones help for a change.

My mom's computer cannot send and recieve mail on either M/O & O/E. Problem started this yesterday morning some time and I cannot seem to put my finger on the problem.

She runs XP Pro and lives 8hrs away from me, so anything I do is via "remote desktop" and she only has "dialup". Talk about a painful process!

When I click on send and recieve it appears that a connection is being made to the server and infact it even tells me how many messages are there to download. It then starts to download (or appears to) and then suddenly stops and posts an error message stating that the connection to the server was interrupted.

I ran a test on my computer by configuring my M/O using here inbound settings and such and was able to download all her mail without a problem. That leads me to believe the problem is not the server but, infact on her machine.

I have checked all the basic things that I can think of but, at the moment "I'm stumped"

Ideas?

Doc.

A:Microsoft Outlook & Outlook Express

If she's running an antivirus package that does a virtual IP proxie for the incoming/outgoing email AV check, then that might be the source of the problem. Try disabling virus checking for email and see if the behavior changes (This is a known bug in Norton, McAffee, and Avast, but it's rather rare. Usualy only happens for large outgoing attachments).

Also, since this is Dialup, I would check the actual modem to see if there's a problem on the line (or wityh the hardware). To much noise on the line can lead to droped packets and/or decreased bandwidth.

Try using Mozilla Thunderbird 1.0 and see if there's still the same problem under that.

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Right now i using Outlook Express to check my mail..

Then now i using new PC using Microsoft Outlook to check my mails..

How can i transfer over Outlook Express mail to Microsoft Outlook

From what i know - Outlook using .dbx files while Microsoft Outlook using .pst format..

From what i know i do have -

Inbox.dbx
Sent.dbx

Can i just transfer inbox.dbx over to Microsoft Outlook or i need any TOOLS to convert
the .dbx to .pst ..

Rgds
Kombat
 

A:Outlook Express to MicroSoft Outlook

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My ex PC was installed with Win2000. My email application was Microsoft Outlook 2000.
My new PC is installed with WinXP Pro and Outlook Express 6. I tried to find a way to import my old emails (pst files already exported from old PC) into OE6 but without success. If this is not possible, what other options do I have?
Thanks

A:Microsoft outlook Vs Outlook express

What method did you use to import the old emails?

OUTLOOK EXPRESS EMAILS:
C:\Windows\Application Data\Outlook Express\{GUID}
or
C:\Documents and Settings\User\Local Settings\Application Data\Identities\{GUID}\Microsoft\Outlook Express

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hi,

i have two pc's hooked up on a network. one pc uses outlook express and the other one uses microsoft outlook. is there a way i can get the email that's going to the pc with outlook express to also go to the pc that uses microsoft outlook?

all the info is the same in both programs; same account name and password, same pop3 and smtp, etc.

so in short, is there a way to get those two different programs to share? Thx.
 

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how do i uninstall these programs. I cannot get my printer or scanner to mail from those sites. i have a pd hotmail acct and also gmail and windstream acct. i use incredimail too. I went into tools and selected my incredimail acct for emails but for some reason they are going to the outlook programs and will not mail from there. i tried to set up new email accts from both but they will not mail.. I have tried to email from my excel program too and the same is happening.. my office is from 2003 and my out look express is from 2004. i have windows xp. thank u for your help in this matter
 

A:outlook express and microsoft outlook

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Which email would be the better one? I am changing out my husband's pc to Windows 7 and need to find him an email program that is the same as Outlook Express. Sure wish Outlook Express could be installed on Windows 7 as he likes that one.
Thanks, granny

A:Outlook.com or microsoft office outlook?

Windows Live Mail replaces Outlook Express, and supports more features. It is available.

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Using Outlook 2003, Part of MS Office Professional Edition 2003, which has the capability of having multiple, separate & complete email addresses, each functioning in their own profile.

E.g. I open Outlook and it gives me a drop-down box to choose which email I want to go to, say email1 or email2.

Email1 has 2 "Contacts" areas defined.
1st problem is how to combine and synch these two. I don't want two.

Email2 as 1 "Contacts" area.
2nd problem is to combine the contacts from Email1 with Email2.

I thought these were *.pab files, but a search for *.pab comes up empty.
I do find multiple *.pst files

Any suggestions?

 

A:Help with Contacts Merge in Outlook 2003,Part of MS Office Professional Edition 2003

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Hi,
I plan to update Office Pro 2003 to Office 2013 with Outlook. I need some Advice on how to move all of my Outlook info in 2003 to Outlook 2013.
Thank you, Richard
 

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Hi All

I am beginning to think this is impossible but........I have spent the last 10 days or so getting really fed up with W8. My lovely old XP is dying so I thought I would upgrade (big mistake). However I have managed to get around all the problems it has thrown at me. I was just tidying up the homescreen when I espied an Outlook icon. I installed Office 2003 on the W8 PC (I really only need Excel, Word and Powerpoint and that version is good enough). The only problem I have now with W8 is that it will not work with a POP email account (I know, I know) but there is a work around that I managed to do using a GMail account, and that is okay I guess.

However as Excel etc seem to work fine, I wondered whether I could run Outlook on the new PC even though it is running W8? I got quite far, I set up the account okay but when I tried to import my old emails it told me it could not open the folder. I am wondering if this is because it searches for a file location that does not exist (at least that is what I found in the guts of Outlook) but equally I could have made a schoolboy error and it will work it is just I am doing something wrong.

Would be grateful for any help, but don't point me to the MS solution because I have tried that and it does not work. Perhaps it is not compatible but it seems odd that Excel and Word etc work okay.

Thanks

Rob S

A:Outlook Express 2003 (XP) to Outlook 2003 (W8)? - Help!

Hi there
try this - it DOES work so I'm not sure why you are having problems - but follow the instructions EXACTLY.

Outlook Express to Outlook 2007/Windows 7 - Microsoft Community

If you have any problems post again - I've got OE on a Windows 2003 server Virtual machine with Office installed so I'll have a test with 2 or 3 emails to check the procedure.

(You can backup your Outlook 2003/2010/2007) files with pfbkup.exe outlook backup program from the ms site so save your existing outlook files , delete etc and then do exactly what the ms post says --you can then re-import your original outlook files again by opening the backup file created).

Cheers
jimbo

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I am trying to setup email in Outlook 2003. I imported all settings from Express into Outlook and and then click on "Test Account Settings", everything seems to work fine.

However, emails are still being delivered into Express and when I try to send an email from Outlook I get the following message.

"The operation failed. An object could not be found."

Any ideas on what I am missing?

Thank you
 

A:Outlook Express 2003 to Outlook 2003

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When I sent a message and when I was using Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, I had an option that enabled me to add a photo following or preceding my text. This option enabled me to put a photo in the text area and place text under or above the photo explaining the photo. I am now running Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 using Windows Home Premium 64 bit and I cannot find this option. If this is no longer an option, how can I place a photo in the text area and then follow with text explaining the photo? If this is not possible, I guess this new version is a downgrade!
Thanks in advance and I will appreciate an answer.

A:Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 problem when using Microsoft Office

Full details about inserting pictures or clip art into Outlook 2007 here:

Insert a picture or clip art - Outlook - Microsoft Office

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I have automatic Windows Update on each day but it will not update for OutLook 2003 and Office 2003 including Security Updates. Help?

Jerry Ryan
Gulf Breeze, Florida
 

A:Failing to Update for Office 2003 & OutLook 2003

Jerry: Go to Start>Windows Update. At the site you will see Update to Microsoft Update. if you have not already done this, do it now.
If you update to Microsoft Update, then both your Office product updates and other updates will be listed when you click Custom updates.
It's a good idea to do this periodicaly, even if you have Automatic Updates checked, because there may be hardware drivers on your system that need updated. Automatic updates will give you both Office and Critical updates for your computer, but not Hardware updated.s.
 

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I'm getting: "A problem cause the program to stop working correctly. Windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available". This happens within minutes of starting Outlook (in the non-safe mode)

Outlook works in safe mode.
I cannot turn off the addins.... see attached
Also attached is a snapshot from the event viewer...
Thoughts???
Thank you
Running Windows 7 Home Premium Edition (64 bit) SP1
Computer: Dell XPS 435T/9000
Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2007

A:Outlook 2007 "Microsoft Office Outlook has stopped working"

since when are you getting this error. have you tried a repair install from control panel >add/remove programs. you can also let this tool "microsoft office diagnostics" check for errors & fixes.

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Hi all,

Has anybody come across this error "Calendaring agent failed with error code 0x80150856 while saving appointment.". This appears in application log files in exchange server 2003. Does anybody know how to fix this issue?

thanks
 

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I have one address book which is my contacts. Have added another directory and want to skim off some of those contacts to put in this newly created directory. How do I do that?
 

A:Outlook 2003 (not Express)

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I have Microsoft Office 2003 installed and also the Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack 2007. However, when I receive an e-mail with a Microsoft Word 2007 attachment, the document will not open even with the Compatibility Pack installed. I can not convert .docx to .doc. Any advice please?
 

A:Microsoft Outlook 2003 - Attachments in Microsoft Word 2007 will not open

Hi again,

Anybody able to help me with this please?
 

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Dear tech Support Team,

i use ms outlook to get my emails, by default when i make a new email i just type first letter from any email address the remain appears alone.

now, i want to move my emails and contacts to another PC, i did it, but a problem appears with contacts, i can see all contacts list in my contacts folder but when i made a new email and typing the first letter the remain address doesn't appear, why???

best regards
moussa bahsoun,
Lebanon

A:MS OUTLOOK, for Office 2003 & Office 2007

You need to copy the Nickname cache, the .Nk2 files from your old computer to your new one. Here is a tutorial. Copy the AutoComplete list to another computer - Outlook

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hi, I was using Hotmail on my laptop and tried to switch to Office Outlook Express and when I try to open Outlook I get a message that it can't find the server on the network. Any ideas on how I can fix this. My desktop Outlook also went down when I made the change. Thanks Rick

A:Office Outlook Express set-up?

Are you trying to check a Hotmail account with Outlook Express? If I remember right you'll need to have POP access with your Hotmail account to access it from OE.

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I would like to create an out of office in Outlook 2003. I am not on an exchange server and do not have the proper files installed to save a template. My question is - is there a place I can download the templates needed in order to create a template to create an out of office by rule.

Thank you,
Dave
 

A:Out of Office Outlook 2003

Hi Djacks
See if this is what you are looking for:

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/results.aspx?qu=out+of+office&sc=4&av=ZOL

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/outlook/results.aspx?qu=out+of+office&av=ZOL110

http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/default.aspx
Let us know if that works for you, or not.
 

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When I send an e-mail with an attachment (word file) the e-mail stays in the outbox and never goes to the sent items box. However, it keeps sending the e-mail to the recipiant and I think that it wasn't sent. Very annoying to the receiver when they receive 100's of copies. If I don't have an attachment, it's fine.
How do I correct this?... please.
 

A:Office Outlook 2003

Have you tried to click on Help, select Detect and Repair?
Also found this from Microsoft.
 

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I am hoping someone can shed some light on some problems I am having with outlook. 1. it is slow. 2. on launch, it always tells me the personal files were not shut down properly, and it goes through a 10 minute start up. 3. it doesn't clear the new email indicators ex: (3), after opening email. 4. suffers fatal errors and has to be shut down.

Help, please?
 

A:XP and outlook in office 2003

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How do you configure Outlook to automatically check and download your E-mail when you start the program like Outlook Express does?
 

A:Outlook (Office 2003)

Sadly, you don't. Outlook, for whatever reason, has a delay between the time it looks like it's fully loaded and when it finally gets around to checking the mail. It's one of the reasons I went back to OE. I found that delay really annoying. That and I had no need for the calendar, task list and all the other features.
 

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I am using Office 2002 together with Outlook 2003 (our Exchange server) and when I try to email from an Office document I get the following error message:
"Word could not load the e-mail envelope".
I have a clean-install (I did not install Outlook 2003 on top of Outlook 2002). When I installed Office 2002 I did not install Outlook 2002.

Any suggestions on how to get past this issue?
 

A:Using Office XP with Outlook 2003

No can cross versions...sorry.

To my knowledge, you can't use Word as the email editor if you're using a different version of Outlook.

And the exchange server doesn't *run* Outlook. The PC does. The exchange server is a different software.
 

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i'm having trouble setting up my e-mail. since i re-installed my windows and everything. i got my internet connection going. just can't get the e-mail to work it rejects USERNAME & PASSWORD. i've got the e-mail address, password.
Any sujestions. i'm in Australia trying to setup BROADBAND which my e-mail is ******@bigpond.net.au the it's a POP3 server. incoming and outcoming is mail.bigpond.com. now what port do i use it's set on default 110 incomming and 25 for outgoing.

any sugestions?

or best to ring them?

A:Office Outlook 2003

Izzy, I have POP accounts from two different providers set up in my Outlook 2002 and one of them uses the default ports, while the other uses special ports I had to set myself. If there are any special ports needed other than the default, you would have to ask your service provider about them. Try going to their website, I would think they would have set up instructions for Outlook somewhere.One thing I have a question about is both your incoming and outgoing being mail.bigpond.com. The accounts I have set up in Outlook 2002 both are set up with the incoming being mail.wherever.com. while the outgoing is smtp.wherever.com. Try changing the outgoing to smtp.bigpond.com and see if that helps.

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Hi there,

For the last few weeks I've been using Outlook on my laptop and desktop PC by copying the PST file from one to the other.

I've been using Outlook out and about today on my Laptop - I've copied my PST file back onto my desktop and I've opened Outlook and got the message - CANNOT START MICROSOFT OFFICE. UNABLE TO OPEN THE OUTLOOK WINDOW. THE SET OF FOLDERS COULD NOT BE OPENED.....and makes a horrible noise.

I've tried Scanpst and although that opened Outlook all my Calender and most my emails were missing!

Obviously it's not disastrous as I can still use Outlook on my laptop at the moment so haven't lost anything.....please help!

Gav
 

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Just loaded Office 2003 with OLE. I cannot get the email alert to work, however. I have all the boxes checked, but still nothing.

I am using it with Hotmail. I am wondering if somehow the Personal inbox is default instead of the Hotmail inbox, but I cannot figure out how to change that.

As always, any help would be appreciated!

Thanks (and Merry Christmas!)
 

A:Outlook Express 2003 Question

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I can send e-mail (tested sending to myself) but when I check the SENT
folder the e-mail message is not in the folder. I have sent various e-mails
today and none of them are in the SENT folder but I have received replies
so I know they were received. Will appreciate any suggestions to fix this problem.
 

A:Outlook Express 2003 Problem

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I run XP Home and heavily use the full version of MS Outlook. I found Express an irritant and have tried to remove it before. In a quest to regain my 768 broadban speed (another issue) I'm trying to get rid of things that could conflict or tap the resources.I have 1.5 gigs of ram in my 4 year old desk top and adequate disk space. I use only 10 % running the Office Pro suite. I have a 9800 Radeon video card, Verizon for IP and run Uniblue's suite of Registry/performance enhancers and use Norton anti-virus. I turned off the Microsoft firewall so it didn't conflict with Norton's and shut off the antivirus program to download or install programs.Recently i again started receiving a dialogue box saying that Express can compress files for me. I got this message months ago and had removed what I thought was all of Express at the time. Now the message and several files are back. Those files include:msimn.exewab.exewabmig.exeoemig50.exesetup50.exeI don't know if these can be specifically removed without damaging Outlook itself or if these are unique for Express. Since wab is the "addess book" it worries me to just start deleting. The rest of the files in area are libraries and a .txt file and if they're not shared by Outlook can they be removed permanently and retain Outlook full version intact?msoe.txtwabfind.dlloemiglib.dllwabimp.dlloeimport.dllmsoe.dllmsoeres.dllI ran a patch for eliminating Express when I first attempted removal, but it seems to be reinstalling ... Read more

A:Outlook Express 2003 seems to recreate itself

Dear John,

It appears as though you no longer get long with your operating system. I hate to do this, but you must break up with your computer.
Computers are intelligent in nature and don't get along well with hopeless romantics that like things their way. You should started dating
a Macbook, they're easy and always give you what you want.

Sincerely yours,
The PC
HA HA

Now, on to the matter at hand, please go into add/remove programs and then click on Add/Remove Windows Components. Uncheck Outllook express.
Let the computer do it's thing. When finished, restart the computer.

If OLEXP returns, we need to use more drastic measures.

Let me know what heppens.

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