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Hello, I am looking for a way to archive my completed tasks. I am amazed this is not an obvious option, as it simply makes so much sense! I have seen elsewhere some have customized their current view to simply hide completed tasks. This is not good enough however, because for one, it doesn't actually move them to my archive PST, and for two, they will still show up in Outlook Today, which does not have the option of customization! Please let me know if there is some way to do this! Thomas
I'm having trouble extracting/unzipping an important Winzip file, heres the error messages: WinZip encountered problems during this operation. Would you like to view the detailed results of the last operation showing the specific error(s) encountered.? YES Extracting to "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\" Use Path: no Overlay Files: yes Extracting UVIDS.zip I/O error - unable to read from zip file Unable to authenticate file. Either the Zip file has been damaged or the password is incorrect Unable to create C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Temp\UVIDS.zip: The size of the extracted file (1287651328 bytes) does not match the uncompressed size (1987321916 bytes) recorded in the zip file Additional Notes: - Im logged on Win XP as the admin - The password for the file IS correct. - I deleted the original folder and files. - I attempted this extraction umpteen times. - To create this zip file, I zipped all the original files into one folder, and then zipped that folder again so you could not see the original file names. You cannot see the original files, only the zipped foldercalled UVIDS. Please help me unzip these important files.