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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Microsoft Outlook 2003
You can do this by creating a rule. The exact type of rule you need depends on whether you are using a normal Internet email account (POP3 or IMAP) or an Exchange server. If it's the latter, your IT support people should be able to help you. If it's the former then:
* Make sure there is an entry in your Outlook address book or Contacts for the email address you want to send copies to.
* Click on the inbox you want to copy incoming mail from
* Go to the Tools -> Rules and alerts menu
* Click on "New Rule"
* Click "Start from a blank rule"" and "Check messages when they arrive"; Click Next
* Do not check any boxes in the list (unless you want to do some filtering - they are mostly quite straightforward). Click Next and Yes to the "This rule will be..." message
* Click on the "forward it to people or..." box; in Step 2, click on "people or..."; Find the entry for address you want to send the copies to and click on it; Click "To" and "OK" to add it to the rule.
* Click Next & then again to step over the Exceptions page
* Give the rule a meaningful name - or leave the default one.
* Make sure "Turn on this rule" is checked & "Run this rule now..." is unchecked (unless you want to immediately forward all the messages in your inbox :)
* Click Finish and OK
You're done - but remember, messages will only be forwarded if your PC is switched on, connected to the Internet and Outlook is running.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
Wow, that's a lotta percent... something is posting incorrectly, and could be for one of two reasons:
1. You could go to Tasks > Maintain > Company and go through the way the company's accounting is set up, but more than likely, it's #2.
2. Someone is posting journal entries and getting their debits & credits mixed up. That's something that unfortunately nobody can help you with unless they're physically there with you going over individual journal entries. I would suggest this: If there was a time EVER when the income statement was correct, GO BACK TO THAT. Then start printing journal entries from that point forward and make sure that all the amounts for each journal entry were correctly categorized as either a debit or a credit. All journal entries must zero out at the bottom. I don't think that Peachtree will even let you save a journal entry unless it's zeroed out. Good luck!!
Posted on May 14, 2009
Browser printing option is set to print small you need to check that and make sure you using landscape.. There should be no other reason why so check those landscaping options- thanks and please rate acordenly anything above a thanks for trying would be pleasureable..
Posted on May 15, 2009
SOURCE: I have recieved my
I would recommend contacting the bank to dispute any charges and then the company to make sure any account involving you have been deactivated and to assure no one is using you credit information.
Posted on May 04, 2011
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