Hello, I was just wondering if anyone knows of a way (or if it is possible) to change the current time display in outlook 2003 from the highlighted orange area that is on the main day and time bars to maybe having a bar that moves with the current time is the main calendar area? I hope this makes sense. Thanks,

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Hi Guys, Any help would be appreciated here. I'm running Outlook 2003 on Windows 7. Outlook was geeting stuck and 'detect and repair' was run (under help menu). Now I cannot recover the original mailbox (inbox, sent, contacts etc etc). I've tried going into C:\...\Outlook and picking up the *.Pst file. Its >300MB but appears to be empty when I open it using File>Open>Outlook Data File. Any ideas? Thanks guys

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I've noticed some inconsistencies in the way different Outlook version handle the file creation and modification timestamps for saved attachments. Whenever my coworker (running Outlook 2007 SP2 on Windows XP) saves an attachment, it is timestamped using the moment that the attachment was saved to the file system. However, whenever I save an attachment (using Outlook 2003 SP3 on Windows 7) it is assigned the file's original creation and modification timestamps from the source computer. My Google searches have been largely unfruitful, ending mostly in, "Perhaps the customer is not remembering properly?" regarding the customer remembering that Outlook would save …

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Recently when I reply to a text e-mail in Outlook 2003 (Windows XP) the format of the reply is in very tiny italics. Since it is plain text format, all the font choices are grayed out--I can't simply click on the italic button to change it. Although the toolbar says "courier new 10 -italic" and the zoom is at 100%, the appearance of the text is much smaller than 10-point and barely readable. This just started happening recently. How do I undo this, so that the reply appears similar to the received message? Thanks in advance.

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Hi, I have a list of display names in Outlook 2003 and I would like to convert each of them to corresponding email address. The names are usually in a format like: Doe, John (Company - US/Dallas) We are using LDAP and Exchange, so I think somehow it would be possible to check each entry in Outlook list against LDAP / Exchange. Any ideas on how to accomplish this? Thank you very much in advance! Best Regards, -Pasi

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hi am developing a Outlook form using csharp, if am click Get contact button contact in the outlook are displayed in the 'datagrid view' . Its working well. at the time am getting a error message as "A program is trying to access e-mail addresses you have stored in Outlook. Do you want to allow this? If this is unexpected, it may be a virus and you should choose "No". (ChkBox) Allow access for (x minute) Yes / No ****** I click 'Yes' means contacts details are displayed in the datagrid view. I want to disable the these message alert. …

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