I want all appointments added to the calendar in my default file. I want to define a "default calendar" and have ALL appointments go there, regardless of the email account they arrived in, and that now seems impossible. Microsoft was thinking about all of the people who complained about needing two files in a profile that had only an IMAP account.The problem with the way Outlook 2013 handles Calendar, Contacts, Tasks, and Notes goes beyond which calendar the meeting requests are added to.Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Brian Smith creates iconic portraits of the famous and infamous for magazines, books and advertising.
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As I mentioned, the solution to this issue is a simple one. To do that, right-click on the actual date and time that is currently being displayed and in the menu that pops up choose “Adjust date/time”.
That opens a new window – just click on the “Change date and time” button and click OK a couple of times so that the proper date and time are displayed.
But when you try to access a secure website, that’s when the fun begins!
Your browser automatically compares the date of the website certificate with the date and time on your computer (since it assumes your computer’s date and time are correct).Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSToday’s tip is not going to be very long and elaborate.It’s a pretty common problem with a simple fix (most of the time).Another common complaint is that users are unable to Categorize appointments and contacts, and flag options are limit to flag or no flag.Incoming meetings are placed into the "This computer only" calendar.The most likely explanation is that it’s none of those things.The problem isn’t with the website – the problem is with your computer. Look down in the lower right corner, where the date and time are displayed.When it sees that the computer says that we are in the year 2005, and the site’s certificate was created in the year 2013, that sets off the alarm bells.To the web browser, it appears that something very suspicious is going on – so it throws up the warning to tell you it’s probably not safe to access that website.But if you don’t know the solution, it can be very frustrating because it seems like something major is wrong with your computer.Here’s what usually happens: You try to go to a website and instead of the website content, you see a big warning on your screen.