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After trial and error, these actions finally solved this issue: Delete Exchange account from Internet Accounts in System Settings Clean User and System cache with Onyx Restart Computer Re-add the Exchange account Tested on MacOS 10.9.4.
Unfortunately, this feature is not currently available in Outlook 2011. Personally I think it was a huge mistake to omit this feature in the Mac version of Office 2011. The best you can do is to send your feedback by clicking Help > Send Feedback... in any Office application, or by clicking on this link. However, if your feedback is taken into ...
I Cloud has to be activated. My calendar didn't have a + (exist) until I activated I Cloud.
I've had this problem ever since I got ICloud, months ago. I finally decided to sit at my computer all day until I figured it out and I finally found the answer! It's just a setting in Outlook-- a hard to find setting! I've given the link below, but also pasted the instructions here. Need to re-start and wait a few minutes for the changes to take place, ...
I think this is how to do it. First thing to do is enable time zone support within Calendar. Open Settings, select "Mail, Contacts and Calendars". Find "Time Zone Support" under Calendars and turn it on. It should automatically set the timezone to your current location, that's fine. Then create your event in Calendar. The only important fields for ...
I find I usually have better luck with doing complete formats and installs of new operating systems. As others have pointed out, sometimes steps in the update don't write over existing files they should because the permissions got messed up somewhere along the way. First, please make sure your user data is backed up (a couple of times) and validate that you ...
A co-worker figured this one out for us: In Calendar, go to Calendar: Accounts, select your accounts you are using in Calendar and uncheck "calendar" from the section where it says "Use With". Once there are no internet accounts available, Calendar will allow you to set up an "On My Mac" local calendar. Once that's set up, re-check the "Use With: ...
The following solution is clumsy in that it uses discontinued software (Mozilla Sunbird), but works for dual boots, or any situation where both OSes have access to a common partition. The idea is to install Sunbird 0.9 (the last stable version) on both Mac OS X and Linux and have a common profile folder as is customary for Firefox and Thunderbird. The ...
If you don't mind spending some money - http://www.any-data-recovery.com/product/iphone-data-recovery.html No idea how in depth the Free Trial is.
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