Archives in Ms. Outlook 2019

Archives in Ms. Outlook 2019

I’m a bit confused to give the right title for this article.  At first I didn’t intend to create but since  I was  currently in the process of moving an email that was no longer   needed,  the idea arose to make it a  guide.

Introduction :

Every day I receive about 100 – 200 incoming emails  and some accompanied by attachments, of course,  the more days the size of *.pst will get bigger and make Ms. Outlook slow.

Solution:

To that end I’ve separated  the   unneeded emails (by  year)  into another  *.pst. Why not just  throw it away  ?  It was feared that I would need the email someday, so I could reappear it easily

.

If you look at the  image above,  the outlook FI email size  is about 27 GB and  the other size is  about 1 GB, only 1 is about 265 KB, yes because I haven’t moved it yet. I leave 1 so that it can be practiced in this article.

Here’s the guide in Ms. Outlook 2019 :

1. Click File – Account Settings – Account Settings – Data Files.

2. Click Add – give it a name and select a location to save *.pst, click OK – Close.  In this case I have previously created the name Faulty 20XX and it is located in the  same place as the main email.

3. Folder Pane view of email is as follows.

4. Right click  on  the email folder  to be moved (in this case it is Faulty 2019), click Move Folder and navigate to *.pst that has been created, click OK and wait for the process  until it’s done.

 

 

5. Here are the results of the move,  the size of Faulty 2019.pst which was previously only about 265 KB became 1.2 GB and  the size of  Outlook FI.pst became reduced.

Currently I can delete all Faulty 20XX in folder pane because it is no longer needed, the method is the same as step 1 but the second step is to select the Faulty you want to remove  then click Remove and select Yes, repeat  it 3 times (because there are 4 Faulty to be deleted) then click Close.

 

The Data Files and Folder Pane view will be as follows :

What if one day  I want to  reopen the *.pst  ?  Do it like steps 1 and 2, but in this case I don’t give a name but just  select the  existing *.pst  and then click OK.

The results are as follows :

Closing Remarks :

The   point is how can I still  save emails that are  no longer needed so as not to  overburden Ms. Outlook (of course affecting the performance of the laptop) and display them again if one day needed.

Pretty easy isn’t it?  Good luck, thank you.

Import Emails from Outlook Express to Ms. Outlook 2003

Import Emails from Outlook Express to Ms. Outlook 2003

Microsoft Outlook Express 6 is a free, basic email program from Windows XP.

In Outlook Express, each mail folder corresponds to a single file (DBX). For example, the Inbox folder in Outlook Express is a single file, Inbox.dbx. Conversely, Ms. Outlook stores each message as an individual file.

Maximum allowed size of DBX files is equal 2 GB and that can cause some serious problems. Point is that the users often use e-mail nowadays to exchange different files with each other. You can import email messages and account information from Outlook Express into Ms. Outlook.

If Outlook Express and Outlook are installed on same computers, you need to know this information so that you can find and copy the correct folder when needed. I started it through Ms. Outlook because it was easier (in this case it was my first time using Ms. Outlook after it was installed).

For other ways can see here :

  1. Click the icon Ms. Outlook 2003, will automatically check if there is an email in Outlook Express, select Upgrade form then click Next.

  1. Fill in the detailed email information obtained from the email provider then Next.

 

 

  1. Select Connect using my local area network (LAN), then Next and Finish.

 

  1. Select Yes and wait until the import process is complete (the import process depends on the number of emails and the specific laptop / PC used).

Good luck, thank you.

 

SMTP Constraint Solution in Ms. Outlook 2007 in cPanel

SMTP Constraint Solution in Ms. Outlook 2007 in cPanel

Exactly I forgot the exact time of the incident, at that time a friend who infected me suddenly couldn’t send an email from Ms. Outlook 2007. Worse yet, everyone who uses Ms. Outlook 2007 experienced the same thing from the same email server in the same location. If you are looking for this problem, of course, you will find 1001 solutions that are diverse and of course adapted to the problems faced, such as anti-virus, firewall, ISP, SMTP port, Ms. Outlook itself, IP address and other types..

Because of the simultaneous event, my assumption at that time was that the email SMTP server was having a problem, I tried restarting it but the results remained the same, I did not try to telnet to the server because it was blocked. Why am I not suspicious of the Public IP? It is also not possible because it uses 2 ISPs, which certainly have different IPs.

So I tried replacing it from “Use same settings …” to “Log on using ….” in the Outgoing Server, of course by using an email account from a different domain, and the results are normal.

What’s the matter? the more I was curious about it, finally I tried it with an email account that had problems with Ms. Outlook 2016, the results are normal. So the problem is, with Ms. Outlook 2007 cannot send email with port 465/587 that was previously normal, but with Ms. Outlook 2016 with the same configuration results is normal.

Does the email server block Ms. Outlook 2007? after searching deeper into the deepest ocean, finally found a part of the solution to that, namely deactivating the configuration in “Requirements for clients to connect with SSL or the STARTTLS issue before they are allowed to authenticate with the server.” send with 587 Auto configuration, the rest still get the same error.

Maybe while this information is what I can give, if I later have the latest info, I will submit it immediately. Thank you.

 

Solution Cannot start Microsoft Outlook at Ms. Outlook 2007

Solution Cannot start Microsoft Outlook at Ms. Outlook 2007

 

This time I met again with Ms. Outlook 2007 has a problem, which appears as shown in the image above. The solution to this problem is quite easy because Outlook has provided the Scanpst.exe application in the folder where Outlook is installed.

In Ms. Outlook 2007, here are ways to resolve the problem :

1. Open the Scanpst.exe application located in  C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office 12 or C:\Program Files(x86)\Microsoft Office\Office 12, click SCANPST.

2. Click Browse, navigate to the location where the .pst file is located and then click Start.

3. The repair process will be carried out in stages with time depending on the size of the .pst file and the specifications of the PC / laptop. The size of my .pst file is around 200MB and the specifications of a laptop with a Dual Core processor and 2GB of RAM, spending about 1 hour.

4. If the scan results are complete, Outlook will offer to back up the .pst file before repairs are made. Click Repair for repairs until Repair complete appears, then click OK.

5. Repair has finished, please restart the PC / laptop and open Outlook again, the above error should not appear again. Good luck.

Solution for Cannot create file on Ms. Outlook 2007

Solution for Cannot create file on Ms. Outlook 2007

Have you ever had a display like the one above if you used Windows 7? If so, then you are reading the right article. Hopefully this article can help you to resolve the issue, such as drug ads, hahaha.

The display is due to a temporary folder problem used by Ms. Outlook, the solution is only to change the location of the temporary folder. The effect of this problem is that we cannot open or save attachments in e-mail.

Here’s how to fix this problem in Windows 7 :

  1. Click Start and then on the Search program and files, type regedit and the regedit program will appear on the white column above. Click regedit.

2. Browse to: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office<version*>\Outlook\Security

* adjust <version> with : 16.0 (if Outlook 2016) / 14.0 (if Outlook 2010) / 12.0 (if Outlook 2007) / 11.0 (if Outlook 2003) / 10.0 (if Outlook XP)

  1. Double click on OutlookSecureTempFolder, then the Edit String window will appear. Change the Value data with the new location (example in this case: C:\User\Admin\Desktop), then OK.

4. Close and reopen Ms. Outlook and please try again, this problem should not occur again. Good luck.

Note: point 2 has been adjusted up to Ms. Outlook 2016.