In-place online archive, this means having your online archive readily available in Outlook, is only available if you have Office ProPlus or a standalone version of Outlook. Outlook from Office Standard (including Office365 Business Premium) does not provide access to the online archive, and as such, it can only be opened from OWA.
From KB 2682333:
As you probably already have noticed, does Outlook prompt for credentials when configuring Outlook for use with a federated Office 365 account, regardless of whether you've set up your intranet zoning for your ADFS server in Internet Explorer options.
Apparently, this is unresolveable as Outlook (2013 and earlier) simply does not support SSO. It is currently unknown whether a subsequent version of Outlook will have this feature.
Oddly enough, Lync does support SSO.
When your hyperlinks in your Outlook signature gets replaced by so-called "field codes", you may have inadvertedly pressed the magic key combo Alt+F9:
You can reverse the effect by pressing it again. This only works when the message field has focus.
If your to-do bar shows up empty, or only displays a Loading... message, try to start Outlook with the parameter via Start → Run:
When attempting to send and receive e-mail in Outlook 2010, you may get the error:
This occurs when the Outlook profile is somehow corrupted.
You can attempt to resolve the issue by re-setting the delivery location in your Accounts, but sometimes this does not work, and the delivery location remains unset. In this case, you have to create a new Outlook profile, recreate your e-mail accounts in it, set the delivery location and reopen any other Outlook data files.
Because Google Apps (Gmail) automatically puts a copy of your sent items in the Sent Items folder, it's rather redundant for Outlook to do this as well. Although Google Apps prevents the creation of doubles, it's better to just let Google Apps do it, as it's one less thing to upload (particularly useful on slow connections).
To turn off the copy of sent items in Outlook, turn off the option Save copies of messages in the Sent Items folder. You'll find this in the Outlook options in the Mail tab, section Save messages.
NirnSoft has a useful tool to view, edit, import/export Outlook AutoComplete information.
It can handle all versions of Outlook that support this feature, as well as the the information stored in a message store (be it Exchange or local PST).
Currently, Exchange/Outlook only supports client-side rules if you want to move messages to a specific folder, depending on which alias it's sent to. This means that the rule only works when Outlook is running, which is not always possible.
You can workaround the issue by creating a rule that checks for the content of the message headers. This type of rule can be created server-side and will always run when messages arrive on the Exchange server. By checking whether the alias is present in the message headers, you can easily create a rule that moves those messages to another folder.
If you are unable to uninstall Office 2003, 2007 or 2010 the normal way (via Control Panel), you can try with the uninstall tools made available by Microsoft. They do a manual uninstall of all files and registry settings of the selected Office, but without losing removing personal settings.
They are available here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971179.
End-users are no longer required to buy Office 2010 media. If you have an product key card, you can download Office 2010 from the website, free of charge:
For OEM manufacturers, direct link to the Office 2010 pre-installation kit. Unlike 2007, this release is also available for download free of charge:
If Outlook 2007 is constantly asking to enter your password, even though you've enabled Remember password, try the following: