Re: Entourage crashes when I try to delete "sent...
If you suspect that something is corrupted at the end of the message, you might need to recreate the messsage. if you're sending a message with an attachment, the attachment might be too large. Try sending the message by deleting the images on your signature.
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I suggest logging directly into the webmail interface through your browser. Most Internet Service Providers (ISPs) have a web based interface (much like Gmaile and Hotmail/MSN) where you can login (using your email address and account password) and access your email that way. You can simply review the messages in your Inbox and delete anything you do not want to download.
A normal search on the browser you use can give you many answers for your problem, here's a google search:- Mac Outlook 2011 Import
Or there are many applications available for these kind of problems
now-a-days, the one I have used and have been successful every time is Apple mail Export to Outlook 2011.
I hope this helps you
You .one file might be corrupted. In this case due to programming method how to fix corrupt onenote files In some steps program can restores your onenote file backup or simply corrupted file by any reason how to fix corrupt onenote files
This may be due to the means of authentication being used -- by the STMP server you are sending to and/or the authentication options selected in your Entourage setup. Mail servers commonly establish restrictions based on authentication to restrict who can send mail through them as a means of preventing spam.
Cable companies for example, and possibly your campus network, often restrict the sending of Mail to those computers that have a local connection to their network based on the IP address they are using -- i.e. where you plugged in or which wireless adapter you are connected to. Alternatively, many others require your mail client to present your user name and password to authenticate... or possibly to authenticate only in those cases when you are not connected locally.
So... to get an iron clad answer, you need to find out from the Mail server administrators what type of authentication is required. This information is often listed on "help" web pages describing how to set up your mail client... or call them if you can. Alternatively, check your Entourage setup to see how it is contacting the server for outgoing mail. Try changing the authentication method to use Password authentication if it is not already. Ultimately, the mail administrator for your Mail server is likely your best help resource.
1. Take out battery, wait about 30 secs, insert battery and see if it works.
2. Ask your Blackberry admin to remove and create your BB profile on BB server and set reactivation password. Then on your end, wipe out your BB and reactivate. Wipeout does not delete apps on your BB and reactivate sync all your messages back to your BB device. Nothing to lose and its safe.
1.Open Internet Options>Security tab and highlight the "Internet"
icon, click the "Custom Level" button and under "Miscellaneous" tick
"Enable" for "drag and drop or copy and paste files"
2.Go to WORD > Tools > Options > Edit
Under Cut & Paste Options check both
"Show Paste Options Button"
"Use Smart Cut & Paste"
and also delete the temperory files. START -- RUN -- %TEMP% -- CTRL + A -- SHIFT + DEL START -- RUN -- PREFETCH -- CTRL + A -- SHIFT + DEL