It's easy to accidently send a message if you hit the wrong key combination. Ctrl+Enter and Alt+S will both send messages. Outlook has an option to enable/disable Ctrl+Enter for send. In addition, the first time you press Ctrl+Enter while composing a message, Outlook will ask if you want to turn it on. The option to disable Ctrl+Enter is File, Options, Mail, near the … [Read more...] about Prevent Accidentally Sending an Email Message
With Outlook’s new simplified Account Setting dialog, users have discovered the password field and server settings are no longer accessible through the File, Account Settings dialog. While Outlook will ask you to enter the password on the next send and receive, you can use the Reset Mail Settings button in the bottom left of the dialog to reset the account. If you want to check … [Read more...] about Change your password in Outlook 2016
Are you having problems printing from Outlook? Try deleting the OutlPrnt file - it's kept in C:\Users\%username%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Outlook in Windows 7 and newer. This file holds information about print configurations and customizations. You can jump to the folder where OutlPrnt is, open Windows Explorer then type or paste %appdata%\Microsoft\outlook into the … [Read more...] about Can't Print in Outlook?
My problem is with the iCloud contacts in the Address Book. The contacts are not to be found in the Address Book or any reference to them under Account Settings - Address Books. Well, they won't be listed separately in File, Account Settings, Address books. The iCloud Contacts are part of the Outlook Address Book. If you double click on the Outlook Address Book, you'll see a … [Read more...] about iCloud Contacts are not showing in Address Book
Every few months someone asks if there is a way for Outlook to search in any part of the name or address string for autocomplete suggestions. They want to show any entry that has a match anywhere in the display name or address. Autocomplete looks at the beginning of the display name and the beginning of the email address; it doesn't search for matches within those … [Read more...] about Autocomplete only uses the first letters of a name