I am using Office 10 with Outlook Express and Thunderbird 68.2.2. When I archive my e-mails, they appear in Mail Store Home with the date I put them there and not the original date. How can I change that?
Thanks for anyone’s help in advance.
There may be some misunderstanding as to what you’re using.
Office 10 and Outlook Express go way back,
Thunderbird is newer.
Something doesn’t look quite right…
Before I can give you an answer , could you provide some more Info?
Operating System =
Email client = Is it Outlook Express or OUTLOOK ?
Do you use POP or IMAP ?
Who is your mail provider?
MailStore Home version =
What do you use for the source when you archive?
Quick refresh - Semi Official…
Microsoft Office XP (known in the beta stage as Office 10, and also known as Office 2002) is a suite of the Microsoft Office family distributed by Microsoft for Microsoft Windows platform. This suite is the successor of Microsoft Office 2000 and the predecessor of Office 2003, can also be recognized with the name of ‘Office 10’, or its code name. It was released on March 5, 2001 in the USA, while in Europe it first appeared in markets on August 4, 2001. The ‘Mainstream’ support phase for Office XP ended on 11 July 2006, the day on which Windows 98 and Me were no longer supported. Extended support ended on 12 July 2011. The tools within Office XP were assigned the title of “2002”, even if the suffix is ”XP”. For example, Word was not called Word XP, but Word 2002 instead.
The end of clippy
A key element of the Microsoft Office XP advertising campaign was the removal of Clippy and other Office Assistants as a default option, which Microsoft knew were quite unpopular and unused among users. These features were not completely eliminated until the 2007 version .
Office XP and Windows XP
Microsoft Office XP was released the same year as Windows XP and despite the similarities between names, Office XP is compatible with Windows XP, but also with Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000, Windows Me where it will be latest suite compatible. It maintains a certain compatibility also with Windows Vista but has no compatibility with Windows 7. It is not compatible with Windows 95 (the last compatible suite for Windows 95 is Office 2000)
Do you see the reason for my query ?
I thought I had answered your questions, but …
Well, I am using:
Operating System = Windows 10 Professional
Email client = Is it Outlook Express or OUTLOOK ? Outlook (Office 2010)
Do you use POP or IMAP ? I have 4 accounts, 3 of them IMAP, one POP3
Who is your mail provider? GMX and Green
MailStore Home version = Mail Store Home 12
Thanks for your help.