I m using microsoft outlook 2003 to receive my email, and i will receive a lot of email everyday, and at first i will receive into my inbox folder then from there i separete into my sub-folder, but when i need to copy more than 5 email into my sub-folder, i hightlighted the 5 and click copy but the cursor automatic click for me only 3 email copy, but if i have 10-20 email to copy how am i going to click 3 to 4 time instead of i only need to click 1 time to save my time.
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Re: cannot copy/delete all the email
In Office Outlook 2003 there is a "Move to Folder" icon on the standard toolbar. It looks like a folder with people standing behind it. It should be the third icon from the left. If you highlight the emails you wish to copy or move, you can click this shortcut icon and move all of the emails highlighted in one step. Also, you can highlight your emails and right-click the mouse button, click on copy or cut and go to the folder of your choice, right-click on it and click paste.
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Hi, Possibly this could be the reason. Your iPhone might have been setup with IMAP connection, and Outlook with POP3. In this case, once email is downloaded by Outlook, it will be deleted from the att.net server. So, go to Advanced in your Outlook account configuration and Select the option leave a copy on the server.
Then you will have to delete all the emails individually from your phone too.
Hi, Generally users of POP3 email like to download messages
to their PC and take them off the central server. But sometimes you'll want to
leave them there so you can access them again. Like most other mail client
applications, Outlook Express can be configured to leave messages on the server
indefinitely or for a specified period of time. How to Set Outlook Express To Leave Email Messages On
The Server Open Outlook
Tools/Accounts. Click on the
Mail tab, highlight YourAccount and click on the Properties button. Click on the
Advanced tab. In the Delivery
section, select the checkbox to Leave of copy of messages on server. Select the
appropriate checkbox to delete the messages from the server after a certain
number of days or until the messages are deleted from the Deleted Items in
Outlook Express. (Do also check you mailbox size from your internet provider, If
you get a lot of emails you may fillup your mailbox fast) For Outlook 2003 go to Tools
> Options. Select the
Mail Setup tab from the Options dialog, and click E-mail Accounts. Select the
email account and click Next Under the
Delivery section of the Advanced tab, Checking the Leave a copy of messages on
the server checkbox instructs Outlook 2003 to leave a copy of your emails on
the server indefinitely You will find the same options on all email software. Once
you have Set this on all the computers, you will get the same mails on each
one. Hope this helps. Please rate your feedback! Thanks, VJ
There are a few things you can check to stop duplicate email messages.
Start by checking Rules to be sure that copies are not being made to the Inbox, and make sure that all your rules end in "Stop Processing" actions.
Then check the task manager to be sure that there is only one instace of Outlook running.
Two instances of outlook.exe running can produce two messages arriving at the same time.
You will need to then determine why two instances of Outlook were running in the first place.
Another thing you can do is to delete/remove ALL your e-mail accounts and recreate them. This worked for some people.
Finally, another person had this happen when he had two e-mail accounts set up - using two e-mail addresses, but the same POP3 incoming and same SMTP outgoing.
What happened is that the second account was getting the e-mails from the POP3 server before they were actually deleted after the first account was finished.
If this is the problem you can disable the receive on the second account.
2. How to remove Outlook duplicates, including email, contacts, appointments, and tasks
If you have just a few duplicates, it may be easiest to manually remove them. For emails, this is no problem but for any other Outlook item it is easiest to view the items in a table view, then select the duplicates, then delete them.
To accomplish this, go to View...By Category (or "By" anything really). This gets the view into a mode you can work with.
Click either names or subjects (or any shown field) in the column header (in the gray area) to gather similar items together.