Recall email message in Office 365

To recall an email message in Office 365 follow the steps below: In Mail, in the Folder Pane, click Sent Items. Double-click the message that you want to recall. On the Message tab, in the Move group, click Actions, and then click Recall This Message. The following pop-up will appear. 5. Select the appropriate options and click OK.

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How to create a room or an equipment mailbox

How to create a room or an equipment mailbox Synopsis This guide will show you how to create a room or an equipment mailbox from your Control Panel. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016 accounts Prerequisite  A SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2010, 2013 or 2016 account How to 1. Log into the Control Panel […]

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How to access a resource mailbox (equipment or room)

How to access a resource mailbox (equipment or room) Synopsis This guide explains how to display a resource mailbox (room or equipment) calendar in Outlook and how a delegate responds to meeting requests. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2010, 2013 and 2016 accounts Prerequisite  A SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2010, 2013 or 2016 account You are […]

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How to activate the Archiving service (Exchange 2013)

Synopsis How to activate the Archiving service (Exchange 2013). Applicable to All SyncMyOffice Hosted Exchange 2013 accounts. Prerequisite You must have a SyncMyOffice Hosted Exchange 2013 account. How to 1) Log into the Control Panel. 2) Click on Activate under the Archiving task on the right side of the page. 3) Create a password for […]

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How to recover deleted items in Outlook 2007

Synopsis This article explains how to recover deleted items from your Exchange 2007 mailbox using Outlook 2007. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange accounts. Prerequisite You must have a SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange account. How to Open Outlook 2007. Under the Tools menu, click on Recover Deleted Items…   In the Recover Deleted Items From window, […]

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How to recover deleted items in Outlook 2010

Synopsis This article explains how to recover deleted items from your Exchange mailbox using Outlook 2010. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange accounts. Prerequisite You must have a SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange account. How to Open Outlook 2010. Select the folder where the items you want to recover were originally located. Under the Folder tab in […]

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How to recover deleted items in Outlook 2013

Synopsis This article explains how to recover deleted items from your Exchange mailbox using Outlook 2013. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange accounts. Prerequisite You must have a SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange account. How to Open Outlook 2013. Select the folder where the items you want to recover were originally located. Under the Folder tab in […]

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How to recover deleted items in Outlook Web App 2013

Synopsis This article explains how to recover deleted items from your Exchange 2013 mailbox using OWA 2013. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2013 accounts. Prerequisite You must have a SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2013 account. How to Log on to your mailbox using OWA (https://owa.syncmymail.co.za). Right-click on Deleted Items and select recover deleted items. In […]

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What is greylisting

Synopsis This guide explains what greylisting is and how it is set at SyncMyOffice. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice 2013 Hosted Exchange accounts. Prerequisite You must have an Exchange 2013 account with SyncMyOffice. How to What it is Greylisting is a recognized and effective tool used to fight spam. It critically limits the amount of emails […]

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How to configure a POP3 account in Outlook 2010 (Exchange 2016)

Synopsis This guide will show you how to configure a POP3 account in Outlook 2010 with Exchange 2016. Applicable to All SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2016 accounts. Prerequisite Outlook 2010 a SyncMyOffice hosted Exchange 2016 POP3 account How to On your desktop, click on Start > Control Panel. Click on the Mail icon to open your Outlook settings. Note: if you are using […]

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