Upgrading to outlook 2016 – howto-outlook gas zone pricing

• Postponing the automatic Office 365 upgrade• Business Contact Manager compatibility• iCloud compatibility• Outlook 2010 or previous: Outlook Hotmail Connector accounts• Outlook 2010 or previous: Personal Folders Backup add-in• Outlook 2010 and previous: Re-caching and recreation of mailboxes• Outlook 2007 or previous: Migrating nk2-file/AutoSuggest

• Site Mailboxes; A new sharing and collaboration mailbox to unite mailbox data and stored documents (also requires SharePoint 2013).• Policy Tips; An extension of the MailTips feature to inform you that you might be sending out sensitive information (within Exchange this is knows as Data Loss Prevention or DLP).• Mail Apps; A new way to add (external web) services and extensions to Outlook which are managed on the Exchange server rather than on the local Outlook client via an add-in.

In order to use some of the functionality in Outlook 2016, you’ll need to configure your Exchange account with Cached Exchange Mode enabled (CEM). This is similar to Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013. For an overview of features requiring CEM see: Outlook 2010: New features and Cached Exchange Mode Notable features requiring Office 365

• Clutter;Clutter is a machine based learning feature that automatically puts messages that you are most likely to ignore in the Clutter folder. It does this based on what you’ve done with similar messages in the past. This feature also applies to Outlook.com mailboxes.• Focused Mailbox; Focused Mailbox replaces the Clutter feature and instead of putting the messages into a separate folder, they remain in your Inbox folder and you can switch between the “Focused” and “Other” view.• Groups for Office 365; A new type of shared mailbox you can subscribe to (or even create yourself) which also contains a Calendar and provides a shared storage location and a shared OneNote Notebook for all members on OneDrive for Business.

Even when you are using the 32-bit edition of Office 2016, some add-ins might not be compatible yet with Office 2016. You can check with the vendor of the add-in to verify its compatibility. If you run into issues with Outlook after the upgrade, start with disabling your add-ins. Uninstall any previous MSI-based installation version first

Only a single version of Outlook can be installed at a time on a computer. When installing Office 2016 while a previous version of Outlook is still installed, Outlook 2016 will be installed and the previous version of Outlook will be removed; even when you select to keep the previous versions.

If you do not plan to use any of the Office applications of a previous version of Office, it is recommended to completely uninstall the Office suite before starting the installation process of Office 2016 unless you are using Office 365. This is because an upgrade process will still leave several (support) components installed.

Now that your computer has been prepared, you can run the installer to install Office 2016. By default, it will install the 32-bit edition unless you specifically tell it not to. If the 32-bit edition is what you want (again; this is recommended), then just follow the setup instructions and move to the next section in this guide. If you want to install the 64-bit edition, keep reading…

In order to install the 64-bit edition of Office 2016, you’ll first need to uninstall all 32-bit Office applications, including older versions. If any such application is still installed, you will not be able to install the 64-bit edition of Office.

To install the 64-bit edition, you must close the current Setup window and browse to the installation source (for instance on the CD or DVD-drive). Here you’ll find a folder called office. Open it and run the setup64.exe file located in this folder. The setup process is further the same as for the 32-bit version of Office. Starting Outlook for the first time after the upgrade

If you are upgrading from a version earlier than Outlook 2007 Service Pack 2, then several extensive file structure changes to the pst-file are being made which could take a lot of time (especially with a large pst-file). Upgrading from a later version usually goes a lot quicker.

When the processing is being performed in the background, Outlook notifies you with a Notification Bar at the top in your main Outlook Window. If you close this Notification Bar, then you can also press on the File button to monitor the progress in Backstage

If you are currently relying of BCM, you can uninstall Office 2016 and reinstall your previous version of Office and it will continue to work again. When you are using an Office 365 installation, make sure you set the Postpone key as instructed above so you’ll not be automatically upgrade to Office 2016.

• If you are using an Exchange account, then your mailbox will be re-cached to a new compacter ost-file format.• If you are using an IMAP account, then your mailbox will also be re-cached in an ost-file rather than a pst-file. If your Sent Items and other default mailbox folders are mapped incorrectly see: Setting the Sent Items folder for IMAP accounts in Outlook 2013.

Outlook 2002/XP, Outlook 2003 and Outlook 2007 make use of an nk2-file to store recently used addresses in which are used as an AutoSuggest/AutoComplete feature when addressing a new message. Outlook 2016 no longer uses an nk2-file for caching but stores these addresses in the Outlook mailbox itself.

When you upgrade to Outlook 2016, the nk2-file is automatically imported upon starting Outlook 2016 for the first time. When you create a new Outlook mail profile or when using Outlook on a new computer, you can import an existing nk2-file in the following way;

You can however have other standalone Office 2013 applications installed alongside Office 2016 as long as these are not included in the Office 2016/365 suite. For instance, you can have Project 2013 and/or Visio 2013 installed together with Office 2016. To do this, you must first install and fully update the standalone Office 2013 application before installing Office 2016.

Attachment Previewers for other Office applications will only work when the other Office applications are the 2016 versions as well. The previewers of the 2007, 2010 and 2013 versions of Word, Excel and PowerPoint are not compatible with Outlook 2016. Mail Merge

Outlook 2016 is available as a standalone application as well without needing to install or buy the other Office 2016 applications. However, not all features might be available to you. Similar to Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 and Outlook 2013, the following features require you to install Word 2016 as well;

• Autoformat• AutoText• Background spelling• Synonym lookup• On-Object UI (including Smart Paste)• Data binding and placeholders• Grammar checker• Smart tags• Tables formatting• Various “Save As” formats specific to Word• Go To tab of the Find/Replace feature• Citation and bibliography• Header and footer• Review and comments• Captions (for tables and images)• WordArt• Insert Screen Clipping/Screenshot• Access to the Word Object Model (for macro usage for example)

Similar to Office 2007, Office 2010 and Office 2013, the Themes feature requires Outlook to be installed as part of a suite. A combination of Office 2016 Home & Student with a standalone installation of Outlook 2016 will not enable this feature.