Step 2: Outlook 2007 and up: Look for the Actions button on the Message ribbon and choose Recall this message. Outlook 2003 and older: Expand the Actions menu and choose Recall this message. Step 3: Choose your recall options. I have MAcbook Pro running Office Mac 2011. I use Outlook 365 for Outlook exchange server. My wife sent me a message which had a Word document in it which I opened.
Hi All We are running Exchange 2003 SP2 and Outlook 2007. I am interested to know how message recall works. There are the following links here: That go into the basics, but none explain how the feature actually recalls the message. I read somewhere that when you recall a message, you are in effect sending another message to the destination user's Outlook that tells Outlook to delete the message, is this true?
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Also, from what I understand, in order for recall to work, the following must be true: i) Message must be sent using Outlook ii) Message must be recieved on Outlook iii) The destination user/users must have Outlook running iv) There should be no rule/filters for the orignal message sent v) Message can't have been read (even via Preview) Could someone confirm?
Reader Susan Malloy has lost some important email and can’t seem to retrieve it. She writes: I use Microsoft Outlook 2011 as my email client.
I was recently searching for an invoice emailed to me so that I could add it to an expense report. I know Outlook once had it but when I search within Outlook the message doesn't appear. Oddly enough, when I perform a Finder search, the message is there.
Yet I can’t open it. What can I do? First, take a deep breath. (And, if you swing that way, a stiff drink, as this one’s a brain buster.) Here’s what happened: It’s very likely that between the time you received that message and later searched for it, something happened to Outlook’s database—you saw a message that the database was corrupted and needed to be rebuilt. (An issue I encounter on a nearly weekly basis.) You dutifully rebuilt the database. During that time, thinking that you had a copy in Outlook, using your iPhone or other iOS device you deleted the message from your IMAP account so that it was impossible to re-download it. Because of that rebuild, the current version of the Outlook database doesn’t believe the message exists.
However, the previous version of the database is aware of the message and has actually stored it. That’s why it appears when you search for it using the Finder. What would make sense is this: From the list of Spotlight results you’d duplicate the file and then double-click it to open it in Outlook. However, if you try, you’ll see this message: Whoops, Outlook won't open this message.
Or, in the language of the people, “If you think that we’d do something as logical as create a universal message format so that these files could be easily opened by the application that created them, you’d be sadly mistaken. That’s just not how we roll.” But stick with me, it gets better. It turns out that you can open these files by simply changing their file extension from.olk14Message to.eml. However, if you do that and then double-click on the file, it opens but is missing the subject heading as well as the contents.
Brain feeling busted yet? Hang on, there’s more.
The issue is that the file that appears in a Finder search is not actually the file that contains the message body or attachments you so desperately desire. That file is in a different folder. Let me give you a real world example: You’ve performed a Finder search for this message and located it. Control-click (right-click) on it and choose Open Enclosing Folder from the resulting contextual menu. A window will open that contains several hundred messages. Your message will be highlighted. Make a note of its name— x00_270430.olk14Message, for example.