Whenever I go to my Inbox, or any other folder, the top message is usually selected. Not every time, but almost every time. Why? I don't like that at all. I don't want any messages selected until I click on the box to select them.
I am using Windows 8 RT on a surface tab. Every time I try to set up my email account the mail app can't find my account. How can I set it up so I don't have to use IE please?
I have been using outlook live for some time for my domain and it has been working perfectly. Recently I have noticed the following problem:
When I try to set up an email account in an email client (e.g. outlook or iPhone), auto-discovery works perfectly for some user accounts but not for others. In particular, for some accounts, it asks for the server name and credentials and when I manually enter the server address (e.g. pod51000.outlook.com) and the correct credentials it cannot connect and keep asking for credentials (although they are correct).
This problem occurs now for every new user mailbox that I create. The existing mailboxes work (most of them).
All user accounts belong to the same domain and they are all accessible using the url http://mail.mydomain.com.
I am having a problem with changing my email signature. Every time I go to change it, the box becomes shaded, not allowing me to input anything. I don't know how to fix this.
I have defined a number of rules, that apply categories to my email. The rules are in Outlook Live, so that they are run on the server, regardless of where I read my mail from.
Unfortunately these are only run on mail that arrives in my inbox.
I would like to either use the same set of rules on outgoing mails or define new ones.
I have tried to define rules in Outlook 2010, which is my primary client, but each time I edit a rule on Outlook Live the rules in Outlook 2010 disappear.
Why does this email have to be connected to an email account I already have. I am unable to open both at the same time and this is very irritating. I need to be able to access both email accounts simultaneously
The time is off by 4 hours in my e-mail. I am never sure what time people e-mail me.
Is there a way to set the defualt for the "Show time" feature when adding an all day appointment in Calendar? I quickly add these and I don't want the "busy" default because it adds a shaded region for the entire day to my calendar and other's calendars that I copy.
I am firstname.lastname@example.org and when i try to delete my emails they do not work to delete but only one at a time. and sometimes i might have 1600 or more and that can be crazy. i need help please
I want to know how to set my time. It is in the wrong time zone and i have no idea what time im getting emails or anything. How do I adjust my time zone?
My email has consistently received and sent emails far after they were sent (or written, as the case may be). For example, very recently I sent an email at 8:43 pm, but the email stated that it was sent almost 4 hours later (which would be the future). Is this a problem with some time settings I'm not aware of?
As far as I can tell, it's not just on my end. The emails are legitimately not being sent or received until the time that Outlook says they were.
I don't like the fact that we cannot add words to the dictionary when composing an email. I like the option for it to automatically spell check before it sends the email, but my first name always comes up as misspelled, so I have to push "ignore" before I can send my email. I know I could probably make a signature for my emails, but how I "sign" my email depends on who I am emailing. Therefore, it would be much simpler if I could simply add my name to the dictionary so it doesn't pop up as misspelled every time.
Hope this gets changed.
I have had an Outlook calendar for some time now. I want to see my calendar on my Android phone, so I am switching from Outlook to Outlook 365. But I don't want to have to type all the data from my Outlook calendar into my new Ouutlook 365 calendar so I am asking how I can copy it automatically
How do you disable the "feature" to show emails in the date groups ("today", "tuesday", "monday", etc.). These groupings make OWA a complete waste of time to use because you can't go through your email quickly and efficiently.