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It just occured to me that I can open a private browsing session and login again. That gives me two independent browsers so I can keep different parts of the web app open in each. It's not ideal, though, since I have to login again and since I would prefer to have two tabs in a single browser window.


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I have noticed the same behavior and agree that this feature of Outlook can be annoying. Try using the Reply-to-All button and that will include all of the original recipients. You'll want to double check and see if your own address is included as well. I just tested in Outlook 2010 and everything worked as hoped for. I sort of recall an older version ...


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Use a desktop email client such as Thunderbird/Outlook. The client will fetch your emails for offline use and then you will be able to save your data from the program. An alternative for this is to have a Google mail account which will allow you to import your old emails directly into your new Gmail account's inbox. Source.


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On your email client (Outlook 2013) your emails are being grouped similarly-titled emails together. To turn off this feature, look on yor VIEW ribbon in the Messages section for a tickbox entitled "Show as conversations" and untick it. In Webmail, this feature is in a completely separate menu. Hit the dropdown arrow next to Arrange and uncheck the box ...


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Found the solution after more searches ... Use an Exchange account with this configuration : Domain\User : Full email adress (e.g. : john.doe@outlook.com) Server name : s.outlook.com Other : Works with SSL on ports 443 and 993 Then, everything will be syncable


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In Outlook Desktop, Office 2013, the option is under the menus: File Info Options tab Calendar tab scroll down to see the Auto Accept/Decline button - click this Tick whichever options you want (options: auto accept and remove cancellations, auto decline conflicts auto, auto decline all) I imagine that Outlook web is similar - maybe search for the ...


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QUESTION 1-In the case of Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access, it does not look possible for gmail to access them. Gmail appears to need POP available, and my administrator says that without IMAP or better it is a waste of time. So you have to use microsoft explorer to access the web mail for the full set of options to appear and then set up a rule for ...


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When I log into the Outlook Web Access (OWA) on Firefox , there is a ticked box which sets 'Light' as the client type, which has way less icons and features than the full client. However, when I use Internet Explorer, I get the full client. Reading the front screen more carefully, it does say that other browsers default to the light client. Microsoft tying ...


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That seems to be something that only works properly in the "Premium" version of the Outlook Web Access interface. Pre-Exchange 2010 the only web browser supported for OWA Premium is Internet Explorer 6+ on Windows, they don't code for or test with any other browser and the code uses IE specific code that doesn't work with other browsers. Outlook Web App ...


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There are different versions of OWA floating around but the current version, Outlook Web App (formerly Outlook Web Access) has icons at the top to switch views. I cannot remember how it was done in earlier versions.


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You can use the Outlook Web Access Administration Tool to configure OWA settings for the front end UI and/or back end. I know you can configure whether all or specific public folders are available to end users but I am not 100% if the conflicts folder is included in this.



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