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A few things to double check: Are you clicking in the list of folders on the left immediately after you sign in? Also, are you sure you're logged in as the same user that originally created those folders? I have no idea if the French site is the same as the one English users are presented with-- I even selected the Junk Mail folder and still had the option ...


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I was able to find solutions on the web for your other questions on selecting multiple emails and rule creation but this one seems to be a known problem with Outlook on Web. I've found a few similar questions and feature requests from Microsoft. I've tried to select multiple emails from my own search results. I've did somehow manage to do it but can't ...


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When you click the checkbox to select all the emails the email content window displays a menu which includes the buttons of options for the selected emails which has a header counting the number of selected emails. You can find the selection url for all the emails just below this header which reads as "Select everything in your Inbox folder".


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From the support page which explains the rules of the Inbox for the Outlook Web App: Create Inbox rules in Outlook Web App to automatically perform specific actions on messages as they arrive, based on your criteria. For example, you can create a rule to automatically move all mail sent to a group you're a member of to a specific folder. To manage rules: ...


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An alternative is to use a desktop application e.g. "Thunderbird" to aggregate all your accounts into one client then use "message filters" to define rules. Doing it this way you can filter all mail even from separate accounts into a single folder.


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You can set filters in Outlook to do what you need. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Inbox-rules-in-Outlook-Web-App-edea3d17-00c9-434b-b9b7-26ee8d9f5622 will be a good starting point.


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Here is the Office 365 tenant deletion policy (where "tenant" = your organisation on O365) according to one customer support rep: To cancel a tenant, we need to first cancel all the subscriptions under it. After the subscriptions are canceled, the data including all users will be removed permanently in 30 days and the tenant will expire naturally in ...


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The answer is that the one user that was used to create the Office 365 account needed to have its login updated - it was still set to @company.onmicrosoft.com and updating it to @company.com, logging out and logging in fixed the issue. All future accounts created won't have this issue as they'll be @company.com by default.


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I think you cannot use Office 365 with Dropbox Pro. I have a suggestion for you: You can download Dropbox desktop sync version and install onto your PC. After installation of Dropbox desktop sync you'll see the folder under "My Computer" on left-hand side. Create folder on it called "office". Then create your Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc. files and save in ...


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Unfortunately, you cannot. I know this all too well since I have 1/2 dozen or so various Microsoft and enterprise accounts & it is thoroughly confusing!


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Yes, you can share any folder between two OneDrive accounts. If you don't see the Shared folder on the other account, then please verify the below factors and check if you are missing anything. Check whether the folder is really shared in the 'Shared' > "Shared by Me" option of the left pane from the account where the folder is shared (OneDrive-Personal ...


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This should be possible using POP3 (incoming) and SMTP (outgoing). Gmail cannot act as an IMAP client AFAIK. Gmail can retrieve up to 5 POP3 accounts and Office 365 would seem to support POP3. And you can configure Gmail to send email as your O365 email address, using your O365 SMTP server. From the above link, these settings would seem to be: POP3 ...


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Wikipedia has a fairly neat comparison of all the various editions and features.


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There is no option besides SSO, and gcontrol is the cheapest. Google is designed to be accessed from anywhere and until they implement a free solution to restrict access to IPs or times, only 3rd party SSO solutions with that feature will accomplish what you want to do. Obviously if you want to truly restrict all email download to be in certain locations/...


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I just tested this in Firefox 15.0.1 and Chrome 30.0.1599.101 (both on Mac): Click the share link Click the email option Copy the link at the top of the window that pops up Currently, this link does include the fragment identifier to go to that specific answer.



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