Data Recovery

How to Auto Set an Email’s Sensitivity Based on Its Recipients in Your Outlook

Outlook allows users to mark email as normal, private, personal or confidential at will. Some users would like to auto set an email’s sensitivity based on its recipients. So, in this article, we will share a method to realize it. By setting email’s sensitivity, you’re actually suggesting the recipients about how to deal with the email contents. For instance, marking email as “Confidential”, the recipients will get a prompt in the InfoBar – “Please treat this as Confidential”....

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How to Batch Disable All Custom Conditional Formatting Rules in Your Outlook

In Outlook, you can create various custom conditional formatting rules to change the display font and color of the items. If one day you desire to batch disable all of such custom rules, you can use the method introduced in this article. Conditional formatting feature allows users to use different fonts and colors to highlight the emails based on their custom criteria. It is pretty convenient. But if afterwards, for some reasons, like resetting the view, you may hope to disable all these...

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Message Handling Can Affect Your Availability Group Replicas in SQL Server

The state of databases participating in Always On are prone to change due to message handling. A sudden failover might interrupt a large transaction happening in the database that participates in Always On. This will result in a lengthy undo process and database status would be ‘Not Synchronizing’. Error message but no user action needed If your availability group is having hundreds of databases and heavy workload runs on the availability group, a sudden failover will change the status of...

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