Outlook 2010 Internet Message Headers

Message Headers are a key way to look at the technical information about email that is sent to you. It helps IT people determine the back ground on the message such as its origin and the route it took to get to your mail server. Since the 2007 version of outlook, it has become increasingly more hidden. Here is how to find it. To see the Internet headers for an email message Open the message in its own window (not the reading pane) in Outlook 2010. Click File, and then click Properties. Look for the section Internet headers at the … Continue reading Outlook 2010 Internet Message Headers

CRM 4.0 and Outlook 2010 Workaround

A common work around required to make Outlook 2010 work with CRM 4.0 is to add the following registry key: HKEY Current User\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\MSCRMClient Create DWord (32 bit) value Title: IgnoreChecks Value: 1 NOTE: The installer will show an error but you will be able to continue. Remember that Dynamics CRM only supports the 32-bit Outlook Client. Jeff Loucks Available Technology

Outlook 2010: How to change your default Contacts Address Book

Have you ever wondered how to change the default address book in Outlook when you are using Exchange. If you have ever sent an email and tried to find your contacts using the To: button you know that by default the Exchange Global Address Book is the first source of contacts. What a pain. I always find it difficult to locate where to change the default so I thought I would post it in case you are looking. I know I will come back to this post because even after having found it, I still can’t remember how to do … Continue reading Outlook 2010: How to change your default Contacts Address Book