Month: September 2009

How to transfer Outlook Express settings from Old computer to New computer?

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As we all know, there can be number of reasons for transferring Outlook Express settings from one computer to another. You may require to transfer settings because you have changed your hard drive, accidentally deleted your mail account, set up...

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How to transfer files from old hard drive to new hard drive?

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If you are changing a hard drive due to its non functionality, less storage space, bad sectors in the disk, virus attacks, hardware problems or any other problem, you will need to copy all your files from your old drive...

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The system cannot self repair this error

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The system cannot self repair this error is the common SQL error message that pops-up quite often. Reason for this error message is primarily due to corrupt metadata in SQL database file, corruptions in system base tables, Page Free Space...

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Exchange Server Error 2140

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Sometimes, when Microsoft Exchange Message Transfer Agent (MTA) service is trying to be started following error message is displayed on your computer screen: Could not start the Microsoft Exchange Message Transfer Agent service on \\ServerName. Error 2140: An internal Windows...

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Exchange Error – JET_errKeyDuplicate Illegal Duplicate Key

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Microsoft Exchange Server database file when gets corrupted then various JET engine errors occur depending on the cause of database file corruption. Most of the JET engine errors can be resolved by executing eseutil.exe, a built-in Exchange Server utility to...

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Hyperlinks Not Working in Outlook Express, Outlook and Any Other Email Program

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You have received an email and it has got a link that is directed to some important site. But unfortunately that link takes you nowhere, nothing happens at all. Whenever we see a hand cursor appearing, we know that we...

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