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How to Recover Outlook Data from Temporary Outlook Files

When your Outlook is subject to a crash but you cannot recover Outlook data from the original Outlook file, you can still utilize its temporary file to restore corrupted data. If we meet an Outlook crash during accessing an Outlook file, Outlook may create a temporary file automatically, which locates at the same folder as the original Outlook file. Besides, this file is usually hidden, thus as a rule we cannot see it. Therefore, so as to find out the temporary file, we should make it...

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Optimizing your Windows Server while working on SQL Server Database

In this article we look at some of the customizations you need to make on the Windows Server while running a SQL Server instance on it. Working on SQL Server Database on a system that is already installed with a default Windows Server implementation can be a tricky thing. Without proper planning, some processes and settings of Windows server can conflict with your SQL Server implementation. So, check out some easy ways to optimize your Windows Server while working on an SQL Server...

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4 Quick Steps to Adjust Font Settings in the Preview of Outlook Messages

If you’ve enabled the message preview in Outlook but find that the fonts are difficult to read, such as too small, you can change its font sizes. This article is mainly looking at this issue. You can utilize the method introduced here. Outlook message preview permits us to read one-to-three lines of message body without opening it. In Outlook 2010 and previous versions, we can also change the fonts of preview. But in Outlook 2013 and higher, this feature disappeared initially. In newer...

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