Outlook Issue: Returned Mail Problem

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Outlook Problems And Help Instructions

If you are a regular Outlook and Exchange user you would know or have faced a variety of problems. The returned mail problem is one of the most common issues, which may uses have experienced while using Outlook and Exchange.

Now let us see what the problem is: When you are on Exchange, trying to send an email from Outlook to someone you have sent mail to before, but the problem here is that this time the email is returned as undeliverable. Let us suppose that the person you are sending to has recently been moved from Mirapoint to Exchange. Now, you see the email is undeliverable because there is an outdated data in the auto-complete entry for the recipient. This is a result of selecting the recipient from the dropdown list that appears when you begin entering in the To: field on the email message. So, in this Outlook problems and help article we will see a solution to this irritating problem.

Returned Mail Outlook problems and help

Solution:

  1. At first, you need to launch Outlook and log in
  2. After that, you need to open a new blank email
  3. Then, begin typing the recipient’s name or address in the To: field, until you see it appear in the dropdown list.
  4. After that, remember not to click on the recipient’s name, but using your arrow keys, select it in the list.
  5. Then press the Delete key and check to be sure that the recipient’s name comes off the dropdown list.
  6. After that, you can repeat steps 4 and 5 for every instance of that recipient’s ID.
  7. Sometimes the same person can be in the list more than once, so you should try first name, last name, different names, nicknames, etc. until you finally finish with them all.

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  8. Then, you need to repeat steps 4 till 6 for each person that you have had problems sending to.
  9. Then, when you have deleted all outdated recipients, you can quit Microsoft Outlook.
  10. This step is pretty important as it will not fix the problem if you do not quit Microsoft Outlook entirely.
  11. Then, you need to wait around some 30 seconds. After that, run or launch Microsoft Outlook again.
  12. You need to verify that the person no longer appears on the dropdown list when you begin typing their name in the To: field of a new email. If you have followed the steps properly, the issue should be resolved.

This way, you can fix the Returned Mail Problem. If you face further problems, call our tech support team and they’ll help you out.

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The Bing Toolbar Removal Procedure

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If you have recently made the leap to Windows 7 or performed an Internet Explorer update, on your Internet Explorer, you will be able to notice the presence of Bing toolbar. You can quickly and efficiently perform searches by utilizing the toolbar instead of using the website of Bing. Bing toolbar brings about a few other facilities and improvisations, which includes showing you the weather, providing you the latest news and email.

Windows versions starting from XP and higher support Bing toolbar. For the Bing toolbar to properly function your computer or laptop will require the Internet Explorer 7 or above. Sometimes users may face issues while trying to use the Bing toolbar and access any of its features. On how to remove Bing toolbar, users have to follow the below mentioned guidelines.

Removal of Bing toolbar

  • Power on the computer or laptop that contains the Bing toolbar.
  • When you are able to view the Windows desktop, you can also notice the Windows taskbar at the bottom side of the monitor screen. The Windows taskbar will contain the Start button at the extreme left end and you have to click on it. The Start menu will pop up, the search bar will be visible, and you have to click on it.
  • Type in appwiz.cpl into the field of the search bar and tap the Enter key available on the keyboard.
  • The Add/remove programs window will appear on screen. Search and locate Bing toolbar. Highlight it and choose the Uninstall option. Select the Next button and click on Uninstall for the removal of Bing toolbar.
  • Exit from the window of Add/remove programs.
  • Access Internet Explorer and it will come to your notice that the Bing toolbar is no longer has its presence on the Internet Explorer.

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Installation of Bing toolbar

  • Navigate to the website of a search engine like Google. Search for Bing toolbar and you will reach the website.
  • Perform the process of downloading the toolbar. In a while, the download process will be complete.
  • A dialog box will appear and you have to choose the Run option. Choose Next button and select Install. The installation of the Bing toolbar will take place and you will be able to see the toolbar on Internet Explorer.

By following the above mentioned guidelines, you can easily understand how to remove Bing toolbar. For any further any help, contact our tech support center.

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Synchronizing Outlook 2003 With Yahoo

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setting for Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft Outlook is an email application client released by Microsoft to help you send and receive email messages with your friends and families. It features many functions, which will prove very useful to all customers. Moreover, it also allows you to synchronize various mail services like Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and so on. Accessing the incoming and outgoing server Outlook setting will help you set up various email services in Outlook. Well, given below are the instructions that will help you synchronize Outlook 2003 with Yahoo mail service.

Instructions

  • To synchronize Outlook with Yahoo mail services, you need to buy a Yahoo! Mail Plus service,
  • After that, double click on the icon for Microsoft Outlook to open it and run it on your computer.
  • From the menu bar of your Outlook, you need to click on the option called Tools followed by clicking the option called Email Accounts from the menu. This will open up a dialog box on your system screen.
  • Next to the button called Add a new E-mail Account, you will see a radio button. Click on it followed by clicking the button Next.
  • Next, you need to click on the option POP3 and click the button Next.
  • In the appropriate fields under the option User Information, you need to enter your name and Yahoo Mail Plus Service email address. Similarly, in the corresponding fields under the option Login Information, you need to enter your user name and password.
  • In the field for POP3, you need to enter plus.pop.mail.yahoo.com and in the field for SMTP, you need to type plus.smtp.mail.yahoo.com.

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    Outlook setting for synchronization

  • To check whether the information that you typed is correct or not, you need to click the option called Test Account Settings. Now the Outlook application will be connected to the specified Yahoo! Mail Plus Server and will send a mail for testing. The results can be seen on your computer screen.
  • In order to save your Yahoo! Mail Plus account Outlook setting, you need to click the button OK.
  • To connect to your Yahoo! Mail Plus server, you need to press the key named F9 using your keyboard and pressing this key will help you in the synchronization of incoming and outgoing emails.

These instructions will help you synchronize Outlook 2003 with Yahoo! Mail Plus Service. For more queries and updates, dial the Outlook support number.

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Features That Made Windows XP An All Time Favorite Of Many Users

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       Features Of Windows XP

Even though the end of support date for Windows XP operating system is fast approaching, millions of users still use this operating system to run their computer. Many users still love this operating system since it has a simple interface and runs smoothly on most of the hardware configurations. In this post, we will find out some of the cool features of this old operating system that makes it one of the all time favorites.

Performance

The most important factor that makes Windows XP a champion is its performance. This operating system can run smoothly even with the minimum hardware configuration. According to Windows XP help center, it requires only 256MB of RAM and a processor with a minimum speed of 233MHz. Most of the computers have these requirements and therefore, installing Windows XP was never a problem.

Interface

Windows XP has a user-friendly interface and easy to navigate menus. It has a simple Start menu with shortcuts to most of the programs and settings included in it. The task bar is also simple and beautiful. The time is shown at the right end of the taskbar and the programs that run on the background can be viewed by clicking the arrow found near to this. The currently active programs are found next to the Start button.

Hardware support

Windows XP provides hardware support to most of the devices. Most the hardware manufacturers release hardware drivers for this operating system. Therefore, the hardware devices and peripherals like printers, scanners, etc. work fine on the operating system.

Security features

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          Windows XP Installation

Even though Windows XP does not have a built in antivirus program, the operating system has various security features like the Windows Firewall. The Windows Security Center in the program is a great place where you can find the status of the operating system. Here, you can find whether your computer is protected from external threats. If there is no antivirus program installed or if the program is not working fine, you will be notified by the security center.

All these features make Windows XP operating system a favorite among the users. However, according to Windows XP help center, the operating system has become outdated and it is time to end the support. With the end of support from Microsoft, it is expected that a large number of Windows XP users would soon upgrade their operating systems to any of the newer ones from Microsoft, like Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1.

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How To Send Unsupported Files As Attachments In Outlook

Outlook Problems

       Features Of Outlook

Outlook is a great email client program to send and receive emails. You can set up internet email accounts in the program and it starts downloading the emails from the servers to the computer. Just like the internet emails, Outlook allows you to send emails that have attachments.

However, you cannot send all types of attachments through this email client. For example, if you are trying to send an attachment of file types like .ppt, .txt, .doc or .xls, you will receive error messages and the attachments will not be sent. This is one of the Outlook problems encountered by many users. However, with a few simple techniques, it is possible to send such files through Outlook. In this post, we will guide you through the steps and help you send such files with the program.

Steps Involved

Before initiating the troubleshooting steps, search for a file compressor program on the internet. You will find many programs that will allow you to compress different types of files. Most of these programs come in the free versions and paid versions. The free version, as you might expect, comes with reduced features. However, it would be sufficient to compress most of the file types. Download the setup file of such a program to the computer and double click to run it. Follow the on-screen commands to install it on your computer.

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Once the file compression program is installed in the computer, navigate to the folder, which has the files you wish to send as email attachment. Choose the options menu for the file by right clicking it. From the menu options, click Add to Zip or Add to Archive. This option varies depending on the program you have chosen. This opens the window for the file compression program. In this window, select the compression format. You may choose either Rar or Zip as the format. Select OK

Next step is to save the compressed file in any of the drives in the computer. Then, launch Outlook program and select the option New to compose a new message. Choose the option Insert File and navigate to the location of the compressed file. Double-click the file to attach it to the email. Enter the email address of the recipient and then enter subject. Click Send.

With the above steps, you can send an attachment through the Outlook program. For additional assistance on Outlook problems, you may contact our technical support team.

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