Spoke too soon. Wierd crap.
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Spoke too soon. Wierd crap.
All this time it's been asking me for a password on the laptop whenever I open OneNote, and not asking on the phone. Today, the laptop synced itself without asking for the password. Hallelujah!
When you log in to One Drive online (where the cloud One NOte file is stored), you can log into the PC's that are contributing files. Mike-PC (the original) and Mike-PC(1) both existed. Mike-PC...
Damn. Spoke too soon.
When I got to it it had already created a second PC so I set that one up and deleted the old one. Seems to have done the trick. Thanks for the help.
Within the past couple weeks each and every time I open OneNote2013 it asks for my password to sync with the files on OneDrive. This is new behavior. It didn't use to do this. I cannot find a...
It was a fresh one.
Mailstore Home did the trick. Archive the .pst, then Export it to a file folder. TB sucked the file folder right in. Thanks.
The Outlook portion of the TB import function is greyed out and apparently has been for over 10 version numbers as people have indicated in the TB forums. SO it will require some third party path.
Haven't tried that. Not sure I have the time...that's a lot of emails.
I won't get a chance to try either of those today...maybe tomorrow. Thanks for pointing me to them. I'll try the free solution (Mailstore) first.
Yes, found that during my troubleshooting. No help.
Yep. One of the first things I looked at. Thanks
Nothing AFAIK. This is my wife's email and she hasn't actually used Outlook to use her GMail from the laptop for a while...she pretty much has been using her phone. Then most recent use it gets new...
POP3. And I'm pretty sure I followed GMail's instructions for setup pretty well. It used to work.
Same password. What gives?
has anyone ever done it? Does anyone know of a way to import Outlook into Thunderbird? There does not appear to be a way to do it. The import choice for Outlook is greyed out and everyone who...
Absolutely, twice in fact. Again after the first time produced no appreciable results like touchpad settings in Control Panel or an icon in the tray
Nope, sorry. Can't find a thing for it anywhere
OK, on the hardware tab of the mouse control panel it is now listed but thee are no options to set how it operates. I ran the download but there was no button setting options that came up...nothing...
It doesn't seem to be listed in device manager. In Mice and other pointing devices I only have HID compliant mouse and PS/2 Compatible mouse.
I have recently had issues with the cursor jumping around as I type (you have no idea how long it took to type this). I found that the key that turns the touchpad on and off is not working...ie....
How good was the importation of your old files from your prior version?
I used MAC address filtering when faced with the same situation.
Not using Cloudstor. The NAS is the cloud. Last night it would not work thru cellular network, only when phone was on the same router as the NAS. Today, it works. I have changed nothing. ...