#StackBounty: #microsoft-outlook #microsoft-outlook-2007 #pst Restoring default Outlook email directory structure

Bounty: 50

I am using 2007 Outlook and Comcast is my email provider. Don’t know if it matters, but my wife and I are probably the only people who still do this, but have a common email which is used on two PCs. I rebuilt Windows from scratch, reinstalled Outlook, and moved over my pst file. But things are not just right.

See my below folder structure (blanks represent personal folders which I didn’t want displayed). New emails are displayed under the second Inbox under the email account. If I delete an email, it doesn’t disappear, but stays in the inbox but with a line through it. If I click on the email in the directory tree, it displays “Cannot display the folder. This is the root of an IMAP store. The root does not contain messages but may have subfolders that do. To see messages in the subfolder, display the folder list and then click the subfolder.”

How do I get it back to normal? I want to keep my old emails and various personal folders, but don’t want multiple inboxes, etc.

Thank you

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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?

*************EDIT***************
For clarity I have added a diagram that shows the flow and what needs to happen. The To: field does not need to change. The emails are being delivered to where they need to go. When they get to where they are going, the From: field needs to change.

mail flow diagram


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#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?

*************EDIT***************
For clarity I have added a diagram that shows the flow and what needs to happen. The To: field does not need to change. The emails are being delivered to where they need to go. When they get to where they are going, the From: field needs to change.

mail flow diagram


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?

*************EDIT***************
For clarity I have added a diagram that shows the flow and what needs to happen. The To: field does not need to change. The emails are being delivered to where they need to go. When they get to where they are going, the From: field needs to change.

mail flow diagram


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?

*************EDIT***************
For clarity I have added a diagram that shows the flow and what needs to happen. The To: field does not need to change. The emails are being delivered to where they need to go. When they get to where they are going, the From: field needs to change.

mail flow diagram


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #email #microsoft-outlook #exchange #office365 How do you change the From: field in an email's header using Outlook o…

Bounty: 100

I have been tasked with automating a process: getting GMS email alerts to automatically create tickets in ConnectWise, AND automatically assign the proper client.

In our environment we have a SonicWALL GMS that sends out email alerts. The GMS monitors 20 different SonicWALLS for 20 different clients.

The alerts are sent from sender@domian.com.
The emails are sent to a distribution group gmsalert@domain.com.
In this distribution group is the member ticketingsystem@domain.com. When an email is received by ticketingsystem@domain.com, a ticket is automatically created in our ticketing system. This mail flow is working properly, no problems there.

Here’s the challenge: in order to get the ticketing system to automatically select the company field for the company, the FROM: field needs to be a company contact. For example: gms@clientX.com

What I need is a rule that can change the from email address: sender@domain.com to a client contact email address gms@clientX.com, based on the SonicWALL serial number in the subject or body of the email. I don’t need to redirect the email, I can get it TO the right place, I just need to change where the email is FROM, so the ticketing system assigns the correct client

I have researched this extensively. I’ve tried Outlook rules, but can’t find one that will “send as” a different user. I have researched Exchange mail flow rules that adjust message header information, even opened a ticket with Office 365 support, and they hit a dead end as well. Does anyone have any insight on how to change the From: field in an email’s header using Outlook or Exchange online?


Get this bounty!!!