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Названия папок в Outlook 2003 на английском

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сбросить региональные настройки:

Resets default folder names (such as Inbox or Sent Items) to default names in the current Office user interface language

Для этого запустить Outlook  с параметром  /resetfoldernames

Остальные параметры:

To use switches, at the Start menu, Run command type:

Outlook  /switch

Occasionally you'll need to use the full path to Outlook , so the command line looks like:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office11\ Outlook .exe " /switch

Note: Paths that include spaces between words must be enclosed in quotation marks (") and are case sensitive.
You'll need the full path if you create desktop shortcuts.

Switches
/a

Creates an item with the specified file as an attachment.

Usage:

Outlook  /a "C:\My Documents\labels.doc"

If no item type is specified, IPM.Note form is assumed. This switch cannot be used with message classes that aren't based on Outlook .

/altvba otmfilename

Opens the VBA program specified in otmfilename, rather than %appdata%\Microsoft\ Outlook \VbaProject.OTM. Use this switch when you need to run macros not in your VBAProject file.

/autorun macroname

Opens Outlook  and immediately runs the macro specified in macroname.

/c messageclass

Creates a new item of the specified message class, works for any valid MAPI form.

Examples:

/c ipm.activity creates a Journal entry
/c ipm.appointment creates an appointment
/c ipm.contact creates a contact
/c ipm.note creates an e-mail message
/c ipm.stickynote creates a note
/c ipm.task creates a task
/checkclient

Prompts for the default manager of e-mail, news, and contacts.

/cleanclientrules

Starts Outlook  and deletes client-based rules. Used by non-Exchange account users.

/cleandmrecords

Deletes the logging records saved when a manager or a delegate declines a meeting. Used by Exchange Server accounts.

/cleanfinders

Removes Search Folders from the Microsoft Exchange server store.

/cleanfreebusy

Clears and regenerates free/busy information. This switch can only be used when you are able to connect to your Microsoft Exchange server.

/cleanprofile

Removes invalid profile keys and recreates default registry keys where applicable.

/cleanpst

Launches Outlook  with a clean Personal Folders file (.pst)

/cleanreminders

Clears and regenerates reminders.

/cleanrules

Starts Outlook  and deletes client- and server-based rules.

/cleanschedplus

Deletes all Schedule+ data (free/busy, permissions, and .cal file) from the server and enables the free/busy information from the Outlook  Calendar to be used and viewed by all Schedule+ 1.0 users.

/cleanserverrules

Starts Outlook  and deletes server-based rules. Used only with Exchange server accounts.

/cleansniff

Deletes duplicate reminder messages.

/cleansubscriptions

Deletes the subscription messages and properties for subscription features. Used with SharePoint alerts.

/cleanviews

Restores default views. Use with care as all custom views you created are lost.

/designer

Starts Outlook  without figuring out if Outlook  should be the default client in the first run.

/embedding

Opens the specified message file (.msg) as an OLE embedding. Also used without command-line parameters for standard OLE co-create.

/explorer

Opens the new window in "explorer" mode (link bar on).

/f msgfilename

Opens the specified message file (.msg) or Microsoft Office saved search (.oss).

/firstrun

Starts Outlook  as if it were run for the first time.

/folder

Opens a new window in "folder" mode (Navigation Pane off).

/hol holfilename

Opens the specified .hol file.

/ical icsfilename

Opens the specified .ics file.

/importprf prffilename

Launches Outlook  and opens/imports the defined MAPI profile (*.prf). If Outlook  is already open, queues the profile to be imported on the next clean launch.

/l olkfilename

Opens the specified .olk file.

/launchtraininghelp assetid

Opens a Help window with the Help topic specified in assetid.

/m emailname

Provides a way for the user to add an e-mail name to the item. Use either the full address or let alias resolve. Only works in conjunction with the /c command-line parameter.

Usage:

Outlook .exe /c ipm.note /m test@test.com
Outlook .exe /c ipm.note /m dianep

/nocustomize

Starts Outlook  without loading outcmd.dat (customized toolbars). With older versions of Outlook  the *.fav file doesn't load.

/noextensions

Starts Outlook  with extensions turned off, but listed in the Add-In Manager.

/nopollmail

Starts Outlook  without checking mail at startup.

/nopreview

Starts Outlook  with the Reading Pane off and removes the option from the View menu.

/p msgfilename

Prints the specified message (.msg). Does not work with HTML.

/profile profilename

Loads the specified profile. If your profile name contains a space, enclose the profile name in quotation marks.

/profiles

Opens the Choose Profile dialog box regardless of the Options setting on the Tools menu.

/recycle

Starts Outlook  using an existing Outlook  window, if one exists. Can be used in combination with /explorer or /folder. The Outlook  shortcut in the Quick Launch bar uses the /recycle switch.

/resetfoldernames

Resets default folder names (such as Inbox or Sent Items) to default names in the current Office user interface language.

For example, if you first connect to your mailbox Outlook  using a Russian user interface, the Russian default folder names cannot be renamed. To change the default folder names to another language such as Japanese or English, you can use this switch to reset the default folder names after changing the user interface language or installing a different language version of Outlook .

/resetfolders

Restores missing folders for the default delivery location.

/resetnavpane

Clears and regenerates the Navigation Pane for the current profile. Removes all Shortcuts and Favorite Folders. Has the same effect as deleting profilename.xml in your user directory.

/rpcdiag

Opens Outlook  and displays the remote procedure call (RPC) connection status dialog.

/s filename

Loads the specified shortcuts file (.fav). Use to load *.fav files created in older versions of Outlook .

/safe

Starts Outlook  without extensions, Reading Pane, or toolbar customization.

/safe:1

Starts Outlook  with the Reading Pane off. New to Outlook  2003 .

/safe:2

Starts Outlook  without checking mail at startup. New to Outlook  2003 .

/safe:3

Starts Outlook  with extensions turned off, but listed in the Add-In Manager.

/safe:4

Starts Outlook  without loading Outcmd.dat (customized toolbars) and *.fav file.

/select foldername

Starts Outlook  and opens the specified folder in a new window.

Usage:

"C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office11\ Outlook .exe" /select outlook :calendar

outlook  /select " outlook :Inbox\Old Messages"

/sniff

Starts Outlook  and forces a detection of new meeting requests in the Inbox, and then adds them to the calendar.

/t oftfilename

Opens the specified .oft file.

/v vcffilename

Opens the specified .vcf file.

/vcal vcsfilename

Opens the specified .vcs file.

/x xnkfilename

Opens the specified .xnk file.

 

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