I have a Lotus Notes 6.x user who is constantly getting an error while sending/receiving mails through it..
Can anyone tell me the reason behind this & possible solution to rectify it???
by mathur47 4 years ago
I have a user whose DBX File has become corrupt due to some reason. He ia not able to send/recieve any messgae in Outlook EXpress.Can anyone suggest me any free software from which I can Repair Outlook Express Dbx files?
by enginbayar 3 years ago
Lotus Notes Mailbox corruptHello everybodyI got a problem with my system again. I am running Lotus Domino 5.0.8 on a Windows 2000 Server. My clients are running Lotus Notes 5.0.5. (Yes, I know its stoneage but I am going to upgrade to 6.5 soon, probably during christmas)The Domino server works...
by richardcha 2 years ago
How to recover a corrupt Microsoft Excel fileHi,Accidently I deleted my user profile along which all my data in the desktop and profile documents got lost. My support guy did restore the files of the profile using a recovery tool. But I found that some office files (Excel,Word and Powerpoint) open...
by elissmith27 3 years ago
I had tried many 3rd party tools but none of these were unable to recover my corrupt Exchange database. Is it possible my all Exchange database get back with entire backup?Any helpful idea...?
by NathanEat 3 years ago
How to recover corrupt Docx file?Hi Guys,I am using MS Word 2007 from last 2 years and maintain my all documents in Docx format. However, it has been corrupted due to bug issue in MS Word. Please guide me how to get back my crucial data as soon as possible.
by Connie Smith 6 years ago
I keep getting the message SPLWOW64.exe when I try to pull up pictures or documents on MS Office Word and Publisher...maybe more, I do not know. I have run my Norton 360 virus program, did a chkdsk or whatever to check the disk and ran the defragmenter. This will not let me print...
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