Posts about “Outlook”

How to Open Outlook Attachments

A friend of mine sent me a link to an iTunes song he thought I’d like. Of course I was unable to open it because it came delivered as an attachment. (Cue scary music.) Microsoft thinks that I can’t possibly be trusted to not open some flesh-eating virus, so by default Outlook blocks everything. It’s

Florida Football Schedule

Florida Football Schedule

The schedule for the University of Florida 2007 football season has been published. You can find it at the University Athletic Association website. They even give you the ability to import the schedule directly into Outlook! It took me a few minutes to find it, of course. There is just a lot of stuff cluttering

Turn On Links

One of the world’s worst, most-annoying spam-prevention systems is the one in my current version of Outlook — Microsoft® Outlook® 2003 (11.8002.6568) SP2. I’d say about one out of every three times I attempt to click on a link in an email, I get a warning telling me that all links in the message have

College Bowl Schedule

College Bowl Schedule

College football bowl season schedules


Trust me. You want to go get HideOutlook from r2 studios. This little app is great! It lets you minimize Outlook to the system tray instead of the taskbar. Click the icon in the systray and Outlook pops open or closed; right-click it and you can create new email messages, appointments, etc. Very hep. And

Outlook Pain

Q. Is there any way to work around the Outlook security update? A. Way One Way Two Way Three


It really bugs me that the Rules system in Outlook Express is so much better than the one in Outlook. Why would that be? Isn’t Outlook supposed to be the full-featured, super-duper version? Isn’t Outlook Express supposed to be the scaled-down, free version? I’m using Outlook 2000 and Outlook Express 6 at home and at

Outlook Rules

Does anyone know if it’s possible to modify the rules in MS Outlook 2000 with a text editor? The “Rules Wizard” is just too annoying for me. It can’t handle any sort of boolean statements and I hate the way it ‘sorts’ the ‘order’ in which it ‘processes’ the ‘rules’. I’ve been looking hither and

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