When you (accidently) press ‘backspace’ within Outlook you will see your highlighted email dissapear.
You will not find it in deleted items or even in restore deleted items, because it’s in your ‘Archive’ folder within your profile.
Find your ‘Archive’ folder and you will see the message you just pressed ‘backspace’ on.
When you have a doublescreen setup and you want to use VLC to watch video’s or play music while you game it will crash.
There is a solution for this issue;
Steps: Open VLC and go to preferences -> go to video -> choose ‘all’ at the bottom and search for Overlay video output in the list under ‘video’ and turn it off. Then go back to simple preferences and go to video. Make sure accelerated video output(overlay) is not checked. Then turn off hardware YUV>RGB. And finally change your output to OpenGL.
Recently i faced some Outlook 2016 functionality issues. It became impossible to sent / receive email.
In Outlook 2016 options there was a message ‘Upgrade in progress’ This could be there for days without any change.
Some websites are saying that opening Outlook in /safe mode is resolving the issue, this was not the case for me.
The solution for me was:
start -> run -> regedit
go to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Installer\Components\F1291BD604B860441AB89E60BDEE0F9C
right click -> permissions
‘add’ the current user or ‘everyone’ and give it READ permissions.
Open Outlook 2016 and all should work fine.
If you have multiple rooms in your Exchange Online environment you want to use roomlist(s).
To create a roomlist first connect to powershell:
Connect to Office 365 using Windows Powershell
To create a roomlist enter the below command:
New-DistributionGroup -Name “New RoomList” -Roomlist
You will now have a roomlist, but the list is empty. To add room’s to the list enter the following command:
Add-DistributionGroupMember -Identity “New RoomList” -Member “Room 1”
You will need to enter the above command for each room you want to add to the list.
Sometimes when you reinstall your PC, or for any other reason you need the OEM Microsoft Windows Productkey your laptop / PC came with.
Since there is no sticker with the key on the device you can use a very neat program called ‘RW Everything’ http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/rweverything.html
After unzipping the .zip choose rw.exe and click on ACPI.
Next go to the MSDM tab, at the bottom you will find the Windows key.
First, connect to Office365 / Exchange via PowerShell.
To turn Clutter on:
Get-Mailbox | Set-Clutter -Enable $true
To turn Clutter off:
Get-Mailbox | Set-Clutter -Enable $false
To see if it worked, you can get the Clutter status by typing:
Get-Clutter -Identity email@example.com
First step is to buy Warcraft 3 Reign of Chaos and Warcraft 3 The Frozen Throne, you can buy them as a ‘battlechest’ on kinguin for cheap:
http://www.kinguin.net/category/21335/warcraft-3-battlechest-eu-battle-net-cd-key/?r=10173 or buy it from the battle.net site: http://battle.net
After you’ve bought and download both installers, first install the ROC game.
After that, you have to install a patch https://eu.battle.net/support/en/article/classic-game-patches
Download both ‘full’ patches and install the ROC one first.
After this you will install the FTF game and the TFT Patch.
Now you should be able to play the game.
PS. If you have any battle.net connection issues; try to connect to a different battle.net server using the hourglass.
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Open powershell as administrator and connect to office 365.
See here how to do it:
Then when connected typ in this command:
get-mailbox -id userID | select whenCreated
DirSync will automaticly update passwords every 2 minutes and other users / settings every 3 hours but sometimes you want to force it.
To do that open Windows Powershell and go to:
PS> cd “C:\Program Files\Windows Azure Active Directory Sync\Sync”
In a terminal server session (RDP / RDS) Outlook, or the whole Office 2013 suite seems very slow in comparison with Office 2010.
To workaround this issue you have to change your RDP-Display options to 16 or 24 bit (32bit is default).
To do this:
Open ‘remote desktop connection'(mstsc)
Choose ‘Show options’ -> Display -> and at Colors Choose ‘High Color 16bit’ or ‘True Color 24bit’.
Reconnect to your sessions and Office 2013 should be a lot faster.
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