I have 3 hard drives I use in my computer. I installed MO2000 Professional CD1 to drive C and CD-2 to drive D. After the install, I have put into place using Outlook 2000 a very large number of mail list folders for lists I have subscribed to, with each folder having a rule attached to it that routes incoming mail to the appropriate folder automatically. Also, all folders in their properties are set to auto archive everyday and eliminate messages older than 30 days. Additionally, the windows address book is set with a contact for each and every list for replies to the mail lists.
Since I have put this mail list system (made up of over 200 folders and taking A LOT of time to configure) into place, I have begun to get squeezed for space on drive C. I would like to uninstall the first CD off of Drive C and reinstall it on Drive E. Problem is, if I uninstall office, will I lose my folders and the settings I made to them? How can I safely do this?I’m not sure if the Auto Update feature for Office 2000 in the U.K. has been disabled for the time being, but the one in the U.S. has as noted on the top of the partial download catalog (there is a longer list under the app names on the left of Officeupdate) – but you may want to try the UK page.
So… after having our business out of the house for 3 years… we are downsizing and moving it home, so I will be running the business from there. A lot of this JUNK I need to run the business, but there’s sooooo much of it. I don’t know what I’m gonna do. Our home office isn’t very large and already quite full of personal things. Any tips on how to separate it all in a way where I can find everything easily? Especially business v. personal. 3 years worth of business stuff from a 4 room office to a half of a room office ugh just the thought makes me cringe. The big move is the 3rd week of November.