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How Do I Recover My Email for Microsoft Outlook Serial

Have you ever experienced a situation in which your e-mail messages suddenly disappear and you can’t seem to find them? It happens all the time and can be perfectly reversed with a few simple steps. If you have had situations in which your e-mails in Outlook and Outlook Express just won’t show up and locating them becomes nightmarish.

Why it happens?

A number of reasons are responsible for the disappearing Outlook or Outlook express e-mail messages and they are as varied as the messages themselves. Firstly, you could loose your Outlook or Outlook express email messages if your machine has been affected by a virus. The harm from a virus is real and might account for your disappearing messages but alternatively, you could be losing your e-mail messages due to a spam artist attack or it could also be your own errors. At the far end, it could as well be your machine misbehaving, maybe due to technical hitches but even so, recovering your e-mail messages can be easily done.

What to do?

To recover your disappearing messages, click on the start button of your PC and move to All Programs. From here, simply locate the Microsoft Exchange Server folder and open it. Once you have opened the Microsoft Exchange Server pane, click on the Exchange System Manager. I must mention at this point that I am assuming you have administrative rights because they are needed for you to do, get them from the administrator if you don’t have them. Once here, click on to enlarge the Administrative Groups and then select the Mail Administrative Group. You will be presented with a list of all the servers that are currently running in the company you work or organization etc. From here, just pick the server you are using, but if not sure about its name, check with your IT guys or with the internet service provider you hired. After that, simply click on the Mailbox Store tab and then from the options availed, right click on the folder named Mailboxes. From Mailboxes choose the Run Cleanup Agent and you will be presented with all the mailboxes currently running in the server.  Now, just find the mailbox you want to recover and then right click on it and choose the Reconnect tab.

You are almost done with the procedure and at this point, all you have to do is click on the user account you want the mailbox to connect to and finish the procedure with a simple OK. You have successfully recovered your mail for Microsoft Outlook serial.

It should be relatively easy and fast as well regardless of the difficulties causing your mail to keep disappearing. The whole situation can be hell and if you do not know how to get back your mail, it can be very stressful. But I hope the above simple procedure helps you troubleshoot this challenge and secure your mail again regardless of the difficulties at hand. It is as simple as it is, there are no two ways about it.

How do I make the Recycle Bin appear on my desktop in Windows Vista or in Windows XP

What is Recycle Bin?

Recycle Bin was introduced by Microsoft in Windows 95 and since then it has been a part of all the Operating Systems released by Microsoft. Recycle Bin stores the files which u user deletes or the files which gets accidently deleted. Movement of files into Recycle Bin on deletion depends upon the way a file was deleted and also depends upon the way the Recycle Bin has been setup. Typically the files which are deleted from explorer interface are moved to the Recycle bin. Files deleted from command prompt or any other applications API are not moved to the Recycle Bin. Recycle Bin holds these files in it along with extra information such as Date of deletion, Original path, and the user information. If the files are deleted by pressing Shift + Delete then they are not moved into the Recycle Bin but get deleted permanently. Recycle bin has its icon on the Desktop and user can open it to see the deleted files. If required, files can be restored back to their original state. Files if deleted from Recycle Bin cannot be restored and are considered permanently deleted by Windows. Recycle Bin has a pre-allocated size and stores information only up to that limit. Once the limit is exceeded the oldest files starts getting permanently removed for creating room for newly deleted files.

How to Restore the Deleted Recycle Bin?

When we say that Recycle Bin got deleted it means that only the icon which is there for opening Recycle Bin has got removed and not the Recycle Bin in itself. Recycle Bin is an integral part of Windows and cannot be permanently removed. If the Recycle Bin icon goes missing then it can be restored by the following steps:

Windows Vista:

1. Open Appearance and Personalization from Control Panel and click on Change Desktop Icons

2. Click to select Recycle Bin check box

3. Click OK

Windows XP:

There can be multiple reasons for Recycle Bin to go missing in Windows XP. For each reason a different approach is required for getting the icon back.

(Methods given below require changes to be done in Windows registry and working with Windows registry is really dangerous for your system. So don’t ever work with registry unless taking a backup of your system or creating a restore point.)

Method One:

If Recycle Bin was removed by any Windows Tweaking Utility then use the same utility to get the icon back, or follow the steps given below to fix it manually.1. Start -> Run -> Regedit2. Locate the following keyHKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\HideDesktopIcons\NewStartPanel3. In the right pane right click on the following DWORD value and click on modify:{645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E}4. In the Value Data box, type 0 and then click on OK.5. Exit the registry editor.

Method Two:

1. Start -> Run -> Regedit

2. Locate the following Registry KeyHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Desktop\NameSpace

3. Right click on this key and select New Key

4. Type {645FF040-5081-101B-9F08-00AA002F954E} as the name of the Key.

5. In the Right Pane, double click the Default entry and in the Edit String Box type Recycle Bin in the Value Data box and then click on OK

6. Close the Registry Editor

Method Three:

1. Download the Microsoft’s Fixit utility from the following link and run it to get the Recycle Bin icon back: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9643543

How do I remove a Computer Virus?

Viruses and malware are a common symptoms all around the computer world that are deteriorating your information at a fast pace. There are developers around the world who are doing all this for the sake of fun only while there are others who are doing it for serious issues. You just need to know all the essential steps that you need to follow just to make sure that you have your system safe from any loss.

Updating your antivirus

Once you have an antivirus installed on your system, you need to keep that updated from the online world just to make sure that you get the best out of the program. There have been new viruses generated every now and then while the vaccine is generated at the antivirus developers. You need to make sure that your antivirus program is active and updated with the latest of the available definitions There are even instances where your antivirus does not update because of the possible action from an virus infection, you can still avail an update by accessing them from one of your friends living place and writing that on a CD.

Manage System Resource

System restore is a system utility that helps you a great deal on instances where you are being affected by system related issues. The same utility can be dangerous once you are being affected by virus attack. The best method to get rid of a virus infection is to turn of the System Restore from the control panel just to make sure that the remains of virus in the restore log does not infect your computer again. You can turn the feature on once you are completely done with the job.

Online scanners

There might be an instance when you won’t have an antivirus installed on your system. You can still find a lot of help from the online world. The Windows Security Software Providers website has information from all around the world about the security issues. Many of them offer online scanners that scan your computer completely and tend to solve the issue and make your computer free from the virus. However, they don’t really save your computer from future invasions.

Malicious Software Removal Tool

One of the most convenient ways is to make use of the Malicious Software Removal Tool. These tools are updated once a month. You can access them from the website of Microsoft and install them on your system. These tools are updated therefore they search for updated viruses and malicious software. It would inform you about any software that is causing trouble to your system.

Runaway virus

Runaway viruses are those that replicate themselves by sending their copies to connected devices and network resources. You can simply get rid of them by disconnecting your system from the network resource or any connected device and then running your system’s antivirus software. this would help you make your computer free from the viruses

Manual removal

Manual removal of viruses can only be done by someone who knows how to edit registry and bring the default entries to the normal status. Identify the virus at the first place using any tool and then remove the associated entries available in the registry. A record of such entries would be available on the website of your antivirus.

Carefully dealing with all these steps would certainly help you get rid of all the viruses on your system making it a safe resource.

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