Outlook Data Recovery

How to Auto Mark Each Email BCC’d To You with a Warning Notice in Outlook

Have you ever accidentally replied an email which was actually BCC’d to you? This article will teach you to create a BCC warning, which can help you avoid exposing yourself to all the other recipients. On one occasion, I received an Outlook email which was sent to lots of people. So without any check, I replied to all the recipients. Afterwards, I found I was BCC’d. That is to say, the other recipients cannot see me in their received email. But now I expose myself to all of them. How...

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4 Tricks to Deal with Common Hard Drive Issues

Relevant surveys have indicated that the majority of data loss results from hard drive failures. Actually most hard drive issues can be solved easily. This article will guide you to apply the following 4 methods to fix common problems. As we all know, all of our data on PC are stored in the hard drives. So in effort to keep data intact, we should maintain our hard drives. However, in reality, various hard drive issues may occur from time to time. It is essential to resolve these issues in...

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How to Get the Accurate Time When an Email Is Marked as Completed

Sometimes, we may flag an email for follow up. When finishing it, we can mark it as completed just by one click. But how can we get the accurate time when the flagged emails is marked as completed? This article will show you a simple method. In Outlook 2003 and older versions, when we mark an email as completed, we are allowed to see both the completed date and time. However, in the newer versions since Outlook 2007, the email will show the completed date only with no the elaborate time,...

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