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Outlook 2000 stripping message headers

By craig ·
Anyone know why that on a fresh install of Outlook 2000 using existing personal folders, Outlook is not showing sender, subject, date, etc on US-ANSI messages?

All other messages come in fine.

More importantly, how do I fix it?

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by md_hashim In reply to Outlook 2000 stripping me ...

Seems like your system does not have the US-ANSI support. Check with the vendor who sould you the software.

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by craig In reply to Outlook 2000 stripping me ...

Unfortunatly, US-ANSI was working before I reinstalled My OS and Office 2000. Since then, no US-ANSI.

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by maxwell edison In reply to Outlook 2000 stripping me ...

Outlook 2000 Service Release 1 should be downloaded and installed.

Refer to this Microsoft Whitepaper for details, information and download links:

http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2000/download/Out2000SR-1.doc

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Maxwell

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by maxwell edison In reply to Outlook 2000 stripping me ...

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Another possibility:

According to Microsoft article Q197892, the message Headers may be turned off.

To avoid this problem, turn on the Message Header option before you create the new Office Document. To turn on the Message Headers optionso that you can edit the Office document, follow these steps:

On the File menu, point to New, and click Mail Message.

In the new message, click Message Header on the View menu. The Message Header option should now appear selected to indicatethat the option is on. This is a "toggle" option. It is either on or off. Each click changes its condition.

Close the message.

When you create the next Office Document, click the Message tab to add the recipient's address, and click the Document tab to compose the text.

Good luck,

Maxwell

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by craig In reply to Outlook 2000 stripping me ...

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by maxwell edison In reply to Outlook 2000 stripping me ...

Outlook 2000 Service Release 1 should be downloaded and installed.

Refer to this Microsoft Whitepaper for details, information and download links:

http://www.microsoft.com/office/ork/2000/download/Out200 0SR-1.doc

(REMOVE SPACES from the pasted URL.)


Another possibility:

According to Microsoft article Q197892, the message Headers may be turned off.

To avoid this problem, turn on the Message Header option before you create the new Office Document. To turn on the Message Headers option so that you can edit the Office document, follow these steps:

On the File menu, point to New, and click Mail Message.

In the new message, click Message Header on the View menu. The Message Header option should now appear selected to indicate that the option is on. This is a "toggle" option. It is either on or off. Each click changes its condition.

Close the message.

When you create the next Office Document, click the Message tab to add the recipient's address, and click the Document tab to compose the text.

Good luck,

Maxwell

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