- Your Office laptop
- A tablet or Chrome Book
- A home computer
- A child’s computer
- Sign in to Office 365, at http://portal.office.com/OLS/MySoftware.aspx.
- On the Office page, select a Language, and then choose Install to install the 32-bit version.
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1GIG Favicon bug reportedly can crash your Chrome & Firefox browsers. Strange but true, the small little icon termed as Favicon is really a backup of the whole WP site, downloaded by every browser passing by” This creepy bug makes Chrome and Firefox download the huge favicon files to the point till they crash the browser.
Weirdest is that thing that users are not at all aware of this download as it is all done in the background. Favicon is a symbol image or an icon of a website which is displayed in the top left corner of the web browser.
A Favicon is specifically 16X16 in size, but it seems that the bug has come from a favicon file which is wrongly sized. The browser downloads a huge 1GB file without any visual indication and the browser becomes unresponsive and crashes eventually.
Test your browser by visiting http://localhost:3000 (or if you have process.env.PORT set then that port)
Time to learn the rules
In Outlook you can Use rules to automatically forward messages you can use Inbox rules to automatically forward or redirect messages sent to your mailbox to another account.
Note: This information applies to the standard version of Outlook Web App.
After you sign in to Outlook Web App, click Options > Create an Inbox Rule.
On the Inbox Rules tab, click New. Under When the message arrives, select Apply to all messages.
Under Do the following, select Redirect the message to. Select the address you want your mail sent to by double-clicking on it in the address book view.
If the address you want to redirect to doesn't appear, you can enter the e-mail address in the To field.
Click oK to save your selections and return to the new rule window.
Click save to save your rule and return to the Inbox Rules tab.
What else do I need to know?
Messages that are redirected will appear to come from the original sender.
When you reply to a message that has been redirected, the reply will be sent to the original sender. Messages that are forwarded will appear to be forwarded from you.
When you reply to a message that has been forwarded, the reply will be sent to the address the message was forwarded from, not to the original sender. A copy of messages that you redirect or forward will remain in your mailbox.
If you add an action to delete the message, the message will go to your Deleted Items folder and will still be counted against your mailbox limit.
If you exceed your mailbox limit, you may be blocked from sending or receiving new messages and forwarding rules may not work until you delete enough messages to bring the total below your mailbox limit.
When you create a forwarding rule, you can add more than one address to forward to. The number of addresses you can forward to may be limited, depending on the settings for your account. If you add more addresses than are allowed, your forwarding rule won’t work. If you create a forwarding rule with more than one address, test it to be sure it works
Hate following rules?
Rules can be used to automatically sort incoming e-mail into folders based on, for example, who the sender is, who the message was sent to, or the importance of a message.
For example, you can create a rule to automatically move all mail sent to a group you're a member of to a specific folder.
How do I manage rules?
To manage rules, click Options> Create an Inbox Rule. You can use the Inbox Rules tab to create new rules, or to edit or delete existing rules.
What else do I need to know?
To create a new blank rule using the Inbox Rules tab, click New. You don't have to use the Inbox Rules tab to create a rule. You can also create rules directly from messages.
To create a rule directly from a message: Right-click the message in the message list pane. Click Create Rule, or open the message and then click Create Rule on the toolbar.
Rules are run from top to bottom in the order in which they appear in the Rules window.
To change the order of rules, click the rule you want to move, and then click the up or down arrow to move the rule to the position you want in the list.
Some types of messages won't trigger Inbox rules, including: Delivery status notifications, which include non-delivery reports and system messages. Read receipts and delivery receipts that are generated by an e-mail client.
Some automatic-reply (Out of Office) messages. You can create more complex rules by clicking More Options.
After you click More Options: You can set more than one condition for your rule. You can set more than one action for your rule. You can add exceptions by clicking Add Exception. You can turn on or turn off Stop processing more rules.
By default, the option to stop processing more rules is turned on. With this option on, when a message comes in that meets the criteria for more than one rule, only the first rule will be applied. Without this setting, all rules that the message met the criteria for would be applied.
For example, without Stop processing more rules selected, if you have a rule to move all messages sent to a public group to a particular folder and another rule to move anything from your manager to another folder, and your manager then sends a message to that group, you'll find a copy of the message in both folders.
If you want only the rule that moves messages from your manager to be applied, put that rule higher in the list than the rule that moves messages sent to the group, and then edit the first rule to add the option to stop processing more rules. You can edit the name of the rule using the Name box. Each rule you create will take up space in a hidden section of your mailbox.
This section is limited to 64 KB. The actual amount of space a rule uses depends on several factors, such as how long the name is and how many conditions you've applied. When you reach the 64 KB limit, you'll be warned that you can't create any more rules.
If that happens, you'll have to delete or simplify some of your existing rules before you can create more. Some ways you can reduce the space used by rules are: Delete rules you no longer need. Shorten the names of your rules. Combine one or more rules that do the same thing. Remove criteria from rules. When you create a forwarding rule, you can add more than one address to forward to. The number of addresses you can forward to may be limited, depending on the settings for your account.
If you add more addresses than are allowed, your forwarding rule won’t work. If you create a forwarding rule with more than one address, test it to be sure it works.
Once the modification is applied and Outlook is restarted, reply function behavior will revert to the one in previous versions of
Office – a new reply window will be opened when Reply/Forward buttons are clicked.Disable trial notification
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