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Add 2008 holidays in Outlook 2003

Please provide a fix for this , how to add 2008 holidays in outlook 2003

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Re: Add 2008 holidays in Outlook 2003

Check out this link you can add upto 2012 in outlook 2003

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Unfortunately this patch doesn't work. However the patch is included in office 2003 service pack 3

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How do I access and read my e-mails on

Hello, Using the following Network Tools DNS IP Email You can select this link This contains the current MX record for that domain name.

When you add your email account to your client, ie outlook, thunderbird, etc, you can select the record and port (pop-110 smtp-25) and the server name would be the MX record listing for that domain.

With the user and password set you will be able to add your email account.

Now if you run into issues I would contact your hosting provider to determine any specific settings on how to add the email accounts. They may have FAQ pages like this(example) : How do set up my Outlook and Outlook Express for Imail SMTP authentication...

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My microsoft outlook no longer works. It is terribly slow and I have lost my spam options what is the fix?

By not working, do you mean can't get in at all, errors what exactly? If the whole computer is running slow you most likely have viruses. If it's just outlook start by repairing outlook.
Go to Start/Windows Key Control Panel Add/Remove Programs/ Programs Click on Microsoft Office/Outlook and run the Repair option.

Comment back for further assistance.

Aug 18, 2011 | Operating Systems

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Just purchased Microsoft office home, would like to put my existing email into outlook 2010. I may have put the wrong info into outlook when setting up. I cannot get back into that part to make...

You can remove the profile and recreate a new profile in outlook

Follow the steps below to remove and add a new profile

You have not mentioned your email account you need to check the account setting with the email service provider

Jan 06, 2011 | Operating Systems

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How to remove outlook express from system

Uninstalling Outlook Express

Via the Run tab
->Go to menu Start > Run
->Enter the following command:
->C: Program FilesOutlook Expresssetup50.exe / APP: OE UNINSTALL / PROMPT•Click on OK
->This process will uninstall Outlook Express from your computer.


From Add / Remove Windows Components feature
->Click Start, click Control Panel.
->Choose Add / Remove Programs.
->Click on Add / Remove Windows Components (on the left in the open window and not in the list)
->Uncheck Outlook Express and click Next. The uninstallation of the program is launched.
Microsoft Outlook Express is now completely uninstalled!

Hope it helps.

Dec 27, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Microsoft Office Outlook problems

Please try these below.

Go to Run, Type Outlook.exe /resetnavpane and press OK....

Let us know the result.

Thanks for joining us.

Good Luck

Apr 11, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Microsoft office outlook, word, excel all stop working-shut down

you can try fixing the problem by diting your registry.
1. go to your desktop.
2. on your keyboard, hit the "windows key" (between ALT an CTRL) together with the "R"
3. a little box should pop up. In the box, type "regedit" and press enter.
4. registry editor should open up. (it looks something like windows explorer)
5. navigate to the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\ Microsoft\ Office\ Outlook\ Addins\ Microsoft.VbaAddinForOutlook.1
6. Right click on the "Microsoft.VbaAddinForOutlook.1" and delete it.
7. close registry editor,
8. restart PC and run outlook!

Jun 16, 2009 | Microsoft Operating Systems

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Pop ups asking for email passwords in Outlook 2003

It's like they told you, its a Microsoft issue, sort of.

The application has a corrupt registry key, reinstalling the application, the MS outlook 2003 will 'magically' fix the problem.

The only other thing that makes that window pop up, besides the obvious, which is you reset your password, is when you are trying to cross a domain. And if you asking in your head, what is that, then you probably not doing it. It doesnt happen by accident.

Just re-install the software, takes 5 minutes, and brings years of relief...hehe

oh, to test my theory, set up outlook express with the same settings you have in your outlook 2003. You probalby have outlook express already installed on your computer, just click on start, all programs, outlook express, if you dont see it, its a free download,

just go to and type in download outlook express and install it, then open it, click on tools up at the top, then accts, then mail tab, then add

type in the info its asking for , like your pop servers name, and the smtp server

the default ports are 110 for incoming, and 25 for outgoing



May 01, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Microsoft Office Outlook

Run Outlook from a command line with the /cleanprofile switch appended to the command.

To find the correct command line, right click on a shortcut for Outlook and go to Properties. Copy the information in the Target field and Paste it to the command line. If there is already a command option, remove it and add /cleanprofile after the closing quotation mark. (Add a space before /cleanprofile)

For example, go to Start: Run. . and enter something like "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\OFFICE11\OUTLOOK.EXE" /cleanprofile .

Then add a new profile. Be sure to check the check box for "Set as default profile". Note: You cannot see this option unless you click on the "Options >>" button.

This should fix the problem.

Jul 02, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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How do i set up two email accounts in outlook 2003

Go into "tools" then "accounts" Internet accts,click on add then mail .

Apr 28, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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