How to Remove Add-Ins in Microsoft Outlook

Posted by Jonh Tuesday, August 25, 2009 1 comments

Add-ins are small programs used for a specific purpose in different Microsoft applications. For example, there are add-ins for Microsoft Outlook that allow users to send text messages to cell phones or customize the Outlook calendar. However, if an add-in becomes corrupted, it can cause the program using it to experience problems. In addition, add-ins that are not frequently used occupy precious system space. Removing these can help Outlook and the system run more smoothly.

Remove Add-Ins From Outlook 2000--2003

Step 1 : Start Microsoft Outlook. Remain in the main Outlook window. If you are using Outlook 2003 or earlier, select "Options" from the "Tools" menu. The "Options" dialog will open.

Step 2 : Go to the "Other" tab.

Step 3 : Click the "Advanced Options" button. The "Advanced Options" dialog box will open.

Step 4 : Click the "Add-in Manager" button and look for the add-in you want to remove. If it is not listed, go back and click the "COM Add-ins" button.

Step 5 : Clear the check box next to the add-in you want to remove in the "Add-in Manager and then click "OK" to remove it. In "COM Add-ins," click to select the add-in and then click the "Remove" button.

Remove Add-Ins From Outlook 2007

Step 1 : Go to the "Tools" menu in Outlook 2007 and click on "Trust Center." The "Trust Center Settings" window will open.

Step 2 : Go to the "Add-ins" tab of the "Trust Center." A list of all of the current Outlook add-ins will appear.

Step 3 : In the list of add-ins, look to see what type the add-in is that you want to remove.

Step 4 : Select the type of add-in you want to remove from the "Manage" box and then click the "Go" button.

Step 5 : Click to clear the check box of the add-in you want to remove and then click "OK" to remove it. If it is a "COM" add-in, click to select it and then click the "Remove" button.

How to Backup Outlook Support Guide

Posted by Jonh Wednesday, August 19, 2009 0 comments

Outlook Support

Most people who use MS-Outlook as their email client have already realized the need to regularly backup their Outlook. Your emails are going to be critical components of your business, and though they reside on your server, what would you do, if there is a sudden server crash. When this happens, you will not have any access to your emails.

With today's technology, software backup programs have become the solution to problems such as server crashes. These kinds of backup application is equipped with a centralized backup mechanism that has a 1:10 compression especially designed for email backups. This is why backup applications are highly recommended since it not only organizes data and important files, it creates a more spacious bandwidth as well.

As the data deduplication backup Outlook programs, the WAN Optimization helps clients backup data despite weak WAN Links. The process of WAN Optimization is accomplished by the backup applications, by measuring the changes in networks, which helps the application in calculating latency in networks. Good backup applications thus help you to take a backup of your emails in your email client, considering the fact that the threat of a possible server crash is equal in both of them, if not greater in one.

Backup Outlook programs like the iYogi Technical Support, and quite a few others of them have established a big reputation amongst people as being in the top 5 PC Backup software applications. One of the reasons why it is recognized as such is the fact that it is using a Windows Volume Shadow Copy service, which means faster backing up of files. With these backup applications at your disposal, not only would you be able to complete faster backup mechanisms (At least, ten times faster than traditional methods), but in the process only allow necessary data to be stored on the server, as opposed to redundant and duplicate data.

How to make Outlook your home mail browser

Posted by Jonh Thursday, August 13, 2009 0 comments

Microsoft Outlook 97/98 and 2000

To setup email add a new account to your existing profile:

1. From the Tools menu, select "Accounts." If you do not see "Accounts," place your cursor over the two arrows at the bottom of the list to display more choices.

2. Click the "Add" button.

3. From the Add menu, click "Mail."

4. In the Display Name box, type your name as you would like it to appear when you send a message, and click "Next."

5. In the Email Address box, enter your Yahoo! Mail address (for example, "myemail@myserver.com") and click "Next."

6. In the box labeled "My incoming mail server is a..." select "POP3" server.

7. Type the Incoming Mail (POP3 or IMAP) Server address.
Example: pop.mail.myserver.com

8. Type the Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server address.
Example: smtp.mail.myserver.com

9. Click "Next."

10. In the Account Name box, enter your Yahoo! Mail ID (your email address without the "@myserver.com").

11. In the Password box, enter your Mail password.

12. Check "Remember Password" if you do not want Outlook to prompt you for your password each time you check your mail.

13. Do not check the box labeled "Log on using Secure Password Authentication (SPA)."

14. Click "Next."

15. Choose the appropriate connection type under the "Which Method Do You Use to Connect to the Internet" heading.

16. If you chose "Connect using my phone line," you will need to select a dial-up connection in the Dial-up Connection Wizard and click "Next." otherwise choose "Connect using my local area network (LAN)."

17. Click "Finish."

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