Microsoft Exchange Server comes with an apprehensive tool known as Exchange Mailbox Merge tool aka Exmerge.exe. Exmerege.exe tool is used when you want to merge currently working Exchange Server mailbox database to another system’s Exchange Server mailbox database. Moreover, a lot of time is saved throughout the merger process using Exmerge.exe tool.
Applies to: Microsoft 2000 Standard edition
If you receive unmanageable number of messages everyday and you usually face problems in identifying important messages, you can flag messages that are important. With MS Outlook 2000, important messages can be flagged in inbox for easy identification. To follow up a message by any specific date, you can set a due date.
Recovering data from a damaged database table or a corrupted database table in Access 2000, 2002 or 2003
Sometimes when you try to run a query, a report, or a form, update records or scroll through data in a damaged Access database table, you receive following error messages:
Jet has stopped the process because you and another user attempted to change the same data at the same time
When you use Jetcomp.exe to compact a database, you may receive the following error message:
Records can’t be read, no read permissions on MyDatabase
Applies to: Microsoft Office Outlook 2003, Microsoft Outlook 2002 Standard Edition
There are times when you receive a HTML message containing various links but when you try to open these links a dialogue box appears and prompts for associating an executable file with the link.
When you will look at the source you will find that the URL is prefixed with word BLOCKED. Following is the example of the source with prefix BLOCKED:
<A title=http://office.microsoft.com/ href=”BLOCKED::http://office.microsoft.com/”>Office Online</a>
In Microsoft Access, the default data type is TEXT data type. However, one can change the text data type to another desired data type. Choosing a specific data type is totally one’s own perception and his/her choice as doing so ensures that you will get the best results from your queries and searches. If you are using MS Access database, then this article would be of great help. This article describes steps involved in converting data values of Text data type to the proper case format in MS Access.