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Kako backupirati “Auto-Complete” listo v MS Outlook 2016?

Večkrat sem že “selil” emaile na nove računalnike in vsakič sem se soočal z isto težavo. Pri pisanju novega emaila, nisem našel kontakta, ker je bil t.i. “Auto-Complete list” prazen. Auto-Complete je tisti uporabni del odjemalca za email, ki ti sam najde osebo oz. email, ki ga iščeš. Pa da ne komplicirava – tole:

Rešitev tega je enostavna. Potrebuje se tako nov računalnik kot star. Ubistvu Outlook. smile Najbolje, da kar sledimo korakom:

  1. Na novem računalniku zapreš Outlook. Program ne sme laufat, ker ti windows ne bo pustil sprememb!
  2. Sprehodiš se do mape: C:\Users\%UserName%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook\RoamCache
  3. Preimenuješ edino datoteko, ki se začne na “Stream_Autocomplete_….” in na koncu dopišeš “_off”.
  4. Na starem računalniku se sprehodiš do iste mape kot na točki 2. in skopiraš isto poimenovano datoteko na desktop novega računalnika
  5. Ta fajl preimenuješ, da ima isto ime kot originalna datoteka (točka 3.) vendar izpustiš “_off”.
  6. Skopiraš ga iz desktopa v isto mapo kot je napisano na točki 2.
  7. Odpreš Office 2016, narediš nov mail in voila…

Sam sem to delal na Microsoft Office 2016, Zadeva verjetno deluje tudi pri ostalih Outlookih. Upam, da vam je moja zmešnjava jasna, drugač pa ask below smile

Just one of those free write moments

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You lived long and prosper – Leonard Nimoy

Umrl je fotograf in igralec Leonard Nimoy, najbolje znan kot “Spock” iz serij in filmov Star Trek. V starosti 83 let je igralec bolehal za kronično obstruktivno pljučno bolezen. Ste vedeli, da je prav on tisti, ki je “izumil” Vulkanski pozdrav “Live long and prosper”?

The Vulcan greeting and the finger-separating hand gesture that accompanies it first appeared in the second season of Star Trek: The Original Series, during an episode titled “Amok Time.” Spock himself (actor Leonard Nimoy) has made no secret of the fact that the gesture and phrase were his idea, and that he based them on Orthodox Jewish blessings he remembered from his childhood. In the Jewish blessing, the position of the fingers forms the Hebrew letter “Shin,” which represents the name “Shaddai” (Almighty God). Nimoy put his own spin on the traditional gesture by holding up just one hand (instead of both) and changing up the verbal blessing slightly.

Vir: mentalfloss