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Hi My outlook (2003) on my laptop was set up for an exchange server and a few other emails. I took myself off the exchange server a few weeks ago as i didnt need it. I deleted the profile for the exh server and now all my data appears t0 be gone-- how do i get it?

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  • pwinick Mar 05, 2009

    what if the administrator deleted my email on the server-- can it be restored? i was migrating off of the server

    thanks in advance for your help


  • pwinick Mar 05, 2009

    thanks-- and there would be nothing on my hardrive that would be helpful?



  • pwinick Mar 05, 2009

    how would i find that folder on my pc if it exists?

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You get get it back by re-entering the exchange server. There is no other way I konw of.

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  • Andrew Perrong Mar 05, 2009

    If there's no backup, I'm sorry to say it's GONE FOR GOOD!

  • Andrew Perrong Mar 05, 2009

    Unless you have a folder that had some mail on your computer, or the admin had a backup of the server, it's gone forever.

  • Andrew Perrong Mar 05, 2009

    The folder would be like if you dragged mail from Bob into a folder on the left of the message named Bob. So, you could fine all messages from Bob easily.

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When you use Exchange , your data is on the Exchange server. You will have to setup Exchange again. Then create a new profile and drag and drop your emails, folders etc. from the Exchange profile to the new profile. Afterwards you can delete the Exchange profile.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it.
Thanks, Joe

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    If it was deleted, you could only ask them to do a data recovery. (unlikely that they will). If your profile is still on the server, you can ask them to send you your profile's PST file.

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    JDTec Mar 05, 2009

    Sorry but no...

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    JDTec Mar 05, 2009

    do a search for *.PST

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I am having problems with sending emails from microsoft outlook. I have been told there is a setting in the router that will fix this. Can you send me step-by-step instructions on where to go?


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Unable to use Outlook Express as my main default email..all my emails addressed to geoffrey@scholes1129.fsnet.co.uk are now accessed via Orange web mail.whereas previously all my emails came by Outlook...


help and technical support how to set up Outlook 2003 to access Orange email Article ID: kb3529 Which version of Outlook am I using?
There are a number of versions of Microsoft Outlook available. These instructions provide a step by step guide to setting up Outlook 2003, however if you use a different version, the instructions can be adapted using the settings section.
If you're unsure which version of Outlook you are using, click on Help and select About Microsoft Office Outlook.
open the Outlook 2003 options panel
From Outlook 2003, click on the Tools menu and select Options.

Tip: If you are unable to see Options click on the double arrow at the bottom to expand the list.
set up an email account
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  • in the 'email account field' click on Email Accounts
choose the option Add a new email account and click on Next
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from the 'Email Settings' field, enter the information below:
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Internet email receive a message with the subject 'Microsoft Office Outlook Test Message' from yourself, demonstrating that you are now able to send and receive emails using Outlook 2003.
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Server Error 553, ErrorNumber 0x800CCC78


(Outlook Express) Email is not configured to relay mail to address
Try this settings:

Outlook Express
  1. Click Tools then Accounts
  2. Click Mail
  3. Click Properties
  4. Click Servers
  5. In the Account Name field, it should be the first part of your email address (probably it's like this already).
  6. Put a checkmark by My Server Requires Authentication at the bottom of the page.
  7. Click Settings
  8. Select Log on Using
    • Type Account Name (which will be your full email address)
    • Type Password (which will be your email address password)
  9. Click Apply
  10. Click OK
  11. Click Close
This should fix the Outlook Express to send email, close Outlook Express and re-open it to start sending mail.

Microsoft Outlook
  1. Click Tools then Email Accounts (Accounts and Services on older versions of Outlook)
  2. Click View and Change and Click Next (skip if it opens up to the account screen)
  3. Click Change or Properties of your Email Account
  4. Click More Settings
  5. Click Outgoing Server
  6. Check My Server Uses Authentication
  7. Select Log on Using
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    • Type Password (which will be your email address password)
  8. Click OK
  9. Click Next
  10. Click Finish

This should fix the Outlook to send email. Close Outlook and re-open it to start sending mail.

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I cant receive my emails


You can't receive emails? You need to give more information. Are you using a Web mail (i.e. Yahoo mail, Gmail) or are you using an e-mail client (i.e. Outlook 2003/2007; Outlook Express)?

Email clients uses two types of account, POP3 and IMAP.

If you are using an e-mail client like Outlook 2003, you need to change the incoming mail server. Please follow the steps below:

For Outlook 2003/2007:

1. Open your Outlook and then click on Tools.
2. Go to Accounts or Email Accounts.
3. Go to Mail tab and you will see the account that you have created (like pop.gmail.com or imap.gmail.com)
4. Double-click on pop or imap account and then go to Advanced tab.
5. You will see the Incoming Mail server.

By default, the incoming mail server is set to 110, you may change it to 995 and then select SSL. Then close and reopen your Outlook and click the Send/Receive button.

Now, if you're just using a Web e-mail like Gmail or Yahoo mail, you need to check your storage. There's a possibility that you reached the quota storage of your email that's why you are not receiving emails. You need to contact your email provider for this problem.

If you have a router on your network, you need to check the router settings and perform a Port Forwarding. You have to open the port 110 or 995 so that you could receive e-mails.

These are the things that you need to check and consider.

Have a great day!

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if you can receive properly, then check that in account settings, server, you enable authentication on sending as well.

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I have Microsoft Outlook Web Access, running with VISTA and IE 7. I can't type in the body of emails. There is an 'x' in the body space. Can someone help me change settings so as to write in the body?


Try this Solution on your desktop PC:
1. In Outlook Web Access [OWA] , click on the "options" in the left Task Pane.

2. Under “E-mail Security” and Click Install or Upgrade the S/MIME Control. This will download a new add-on.

3. Click “RUN” when asked about the Microsoft Outlook Web Access S/MIME install and security warning.

4. Close and RESTART IE7

If the above trick still doesn't work then it more sounds like the Exchange server needs a patch
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[path to the patch]
If you by chance happen to maintain the exchange server then install the above patch and restart exchange service

or check this site for reference:
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Good luck :)



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Hi
Outlook Express doesn't accept web based email anymore.

I recommend Outlook 2007. You will also need to install the outlook connector to be able to do it.

Right now Outlook supports Hotmail web email addresses only.

In Outlook click on TOOLS and then ACCOUNT SETTINGS.
Click on NEW and choose the Microsoft Exchange,POP3, IMAP or HTTP.
Then just follow the On-Screen Instructions.
Don't tick the box where it says Manually configure server settings

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hey bob..
I found this article.. with some solutions to try..
post back after you try a few (are just go ahead and try them all) and tell us how it went..

http://qna.live.com/ShowQuestion.aspx?qid=BEBA1B7EFCC042428AF6643EBE1195BE

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I am unable to get into my microsoft outlook express email. It says my password is not correct.


Go to OE/ Tools/ Options/ Send tab/ News sending format section: check
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If its the password for the exchange server authentication, it has to be the same as your webmail account online!

Go to tool> email accounts > reenter the password under the server tab and the settings button against "my server requires authentication" on the same page.

Make sure the passwords you enter here is the same that you used to login to your webmail account with the same e-mail id!

save the settings and restarte outlook express..

Regards,
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Ports make no difference, but the fact that you are accessing the email account from 2 different systems is likely the issue. If you are reading the email in outlook or outlook express on both systems, the mail is being downloaded from the server to each system and deleted from the server.

Two ways to resolve this.

1. Check email at work via webmail interface so that the items are not downloaded from the server.

OR

2. Set the email client settings to retain mail on the server.

example:

http://email.about.com/od/outlookexpressbackuphelp/qt/et_server_copy.htm

Personally, I use option #1.

When I check my charter account on my desktop, I use outlook. From my laptops, I use www.charter.net to check that account.

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