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Hmph, well you could have a mangled pst database they like to
screw themselves to utter hell.
I don't use this myself but a user has a 3gb database with
everything in inbox and unordered.
We got an office tech to help him.
His database is totally corrupted.
Now if only I can convince him to save his older mail or import
it to his online google system, set the folders up that way,
subscribe to all of them then delete all profiles, databases and
accounts and manage it all from the web interface it would be
The guy has imap and at least 3 other android phones and tablets
and of course thats all dandy, windows though, happy I use
thunderbird with important stuff outside it.
I havn't found a good solution thats accessibal enough to use to
really fix a screwed up base but oh well.
On 23/04/2021 2:05 am, Matthew Peters
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I am a IT guy trying to find
solutions for a colleague who uses NVDA. A quick history. My
colleague was first introduced to NVDA about a year ago when
his computer was upgraded from Windows XP to Windows 10. This
required a new screen reader solution which is when I found
NVDA. He started using NVDA with relatively few issues and it
was running well for the last year. He predominantly uses the
desktop for email and OCR tasks so I had Office 2016 and
Kurzweil 1000 installed. Recently his computer needed
replacement so I set him up with a new computer with Windows
10 release 19042 and Office 2019. We immediately had issues
with Outlook. Most of the issues revolve around opening of the
email message. Initially I thought this may be due to the
Office 2019 install so I rolled it back to Office 2016. This
helped a little but issues still exist. One example that
started today rather abruptly was that NVDA would read the
header information for the message that was opened but would
not read the body. I found that I could get some read by right
clicking the mouse then left clicking, but that would only
read the line the cursor was on. I’ve tried restarting both
NVDA and Outlook as well as the computer without any success.
I feel like I may not have Outlook or NVDA configured
properly. Could anyone provide some insight on what maybe
happening and any steps I could take towards rectifying it?
Network & Systems Administrator
St. Johnsbury Academy