Recover Outlook Passwords With OutlookPasswordDecrypter

If by any chance you have forgotten the password in Outlook then take a whirl of OutlookPasswordDecryptor. It is a stand-out portable app which will enable you to decrypt Outlook passwords instantly. It has an ability to decrypt almost every mechanism used for encrypting Outlook password. Adding more, it can recover password from almost every type of account; IMAP, POP3, SMTP,LDAP, HTTP, and Exchange Server. Read More

Outlook 2010: Complete Guide To Instant Search

Searching  items from IMAP account folders and old archives is a hectic job. Unlike it's antecedents, Outlook 2010 presents a simple way to search desired items; emails, files, calendar events, tasks, etc immediately. Once all your Outlook folders are indexed, you can search out any item from specific folders and archives. Read More

Outlook 2010: Auto Reply to Emails

If you are off for vacations or on a business trip then it would become a dire need to automatically send email stating alternative ways to contact you. In Outlook 2010 you can automatically deal with the incoming emails in certain way, i.e,  by creating a template which includes important phone numbers, addresses, etc for immediate contact. Whenever you will be contacted via email, the specified mail template will automatically be sent as a reply. In this post we will be creating a simple rule which eventually enables you to create an auto-reply. To use this feature you will need Microsoft Exchange Server to be configured with Outlook 2010. Read More

Outlook 2010: Add Background Image In Mail Compose Window

If you want to place an image background in Mail Compose window and sent it over to recipient, then Outlook 2010 provides a simple tool to place images as background. Through Page Color options you can customize the look of email content; insert solid and gradient patterns, borders, shapes and images. This post will focusing on inserting image background in Email compose window. Read More

Outlook 2010: Test Email Auto Configuration

Outlook 2010 contains some features which are difficult to use or comprehend by novices and that's why they are concealed by the Outlook Dev - team. In this post we will explore two new functions provided by Outlook 2010, which is not very apparent: Connection Status and Test E-mail AutoConfiguration are for viewing the connection status and testing email protocol and server configuration settings, respectively. The Connection Status is a feature that verifies the current status of connection with mail account servers, informing users about the issues they may be encountering while syncing the mail folders. The Test E-mail AutoConfiguration, on the other hand, conduct a number of tests to check whether the mail accounts are properly configured or not. While you don't have to test the configuration frequently, it may help you in situations where Outlook fails to sync the mail folders and goes offline without throwing any exceptions. The connection status and test email auto-configuration are basically developed to test connection with MS Exchange Server. However, you can use them with both POP3 and IMAP mail accounts. Read More

Send Outlook 2010 Calendar via Email

Unlike its antecedents, Outlook 2010 provides a very simple way to send calendar to the recipients via email. Through this feature you can send your weekly, monthly or even yearly appointments, events, and meetings schedule to the desired email addresses. This feature could be very useful especially when you need to give out complete schedule to concerned people. Read More

Set / Change Time Zones In Outlook 2010

If you travel a lot for meetings back & forth to places with different time zones, you might need to add/set time zones accordingly. Outlook 2010 offers an easy way to set the time zones, it offers the same build-in Windows time zone list to let you choose maximum of two time zones which can be swapped anytime. Read More

Outlook 2010: Recover Deleted Emails

Even though Outlook 2010 does not support recovery of deleted emails directly, you can recover your emails even after hard-core deletion without using any third-party components. Through successful integration of Outlook 2010 with Microsoft Exchange Server you can make it possible to recover the deleted mails. This function would only be available for POP3 mail account, you can't revert any mails from IMAP account; Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, etc. Read More

How To Open Separate Windows In Outlook 2010

Want to open two separate Outlook windows, let's say Mail and Tasks, side-by-side, to easily compare data and make required changes? By default, Outlook opens the elements you select from the main navigation bar in a single window, i.e., it replaces the current window with selected one.  Nevertheless, if you wish to open windows separately, Outlook 2010 provides you Open in New Window option, which lets you open any selected element's window separately. For instance, if you want to open Mail and Contacts windows side-by-side, open Contacts window, head over to View tab on the ribbon, and click Open in New Window option present in the Window group to open the Contacts in a new window. From the new window, you can easily navigate to the required window by selecting the Outlook section from the main navigation bar. Similarly, you can open Calender and Tasks windows side by side, using the Open in New Window option. Sadly, Outlook doesn't offer any extra settings for handling multiple Outlook items' windows, and you have to manually close the window to navigate between different Outlook items' windows. In this post, we will explain how you can open multiple Outlook windows. Read More

Outlook 2010: Save Email In Text Format (.txt)

Just like other email clients available out there, Outlook 2010 lets you save selected emails into a number of formats. It supports a total of five formats including TXT, OFT, MSG, HTML and MHT formats, allowing you to easily import emails to text-based email application for further processing on text body, subject field, CC/BCC etc. Sadly, it doesn't support batch conversion of emails into supported format, so you have to manually open an email and then save it in required email format from the Save As dialog. It must be noted TXT format doesn't include the HTML elements and contains only the raw text from the email text body, sender's name/email address, the recipient's name/email address, subject, CC/BCC information. All the images are automatically removed from email main body, while the text in forms and tables is extracted from original email and saved in TXT format. In order to retain the original format of an email, it's recommended to save the email in HTML or MHT format, so that you can view the images, tables and forms in the original form.  In this post, we will cover how you can extract and save the email text in TXT format. Read More