New for i Cloud v.2, released September 2012: the ability to set the i Cloud data file as the default data file. Many users would like to set the i Cloud data file as their default data file, if only because they want to see their appointments on the To-do Bar.Works again in i Cloud 2.1.2 if you use Outlook 2010. This seems to work OK with POP3 accounts but won't work for IMAP accounts.

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See the folder owner or your administrator to change your permissions.

"Service provider does not support operation..." error Applies to i Cloud2 When you try to compose a message while viewing the IMAP folders or send reply to a message received on an IMAP account, you'll receive the following error.

The default service provider (the icloud data file) does not support mail items.

The i Cloud does not support a Sent Items (or any other mail folder).

When the i Cloud folder is set as default data file, you can only create Notes (or Journal entries) when you are viewing a (non-IMAP) pst file. There may be other errors and issues I'm not aware of.

If you use RSS feeds, you need to select a delivery folder in local pst file when you add the feed to the profile. i Cloud 2 users should check Outlook and i Cloud 2: What you need to know.General Outlook and i Cloud issues are at Outlook and i Cloud Sync Issues.i Cloud & Outlook Calendar issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Calendar Sync Issues and Contact issues are at i Cloud and Outlook Contact Sync Issues "Cannot Start Outlook..." Error This is an i Cloud 1.x error. If you receive this (or a similar) error message You don't have the default delivery location set to a pst. To change the default data file to a local pst file, open Control panel and find Mail, open the profile, Account Settings, then select Change Folder at the bottom of the dialog or set the PST file to default on the Data Files tab."Do not have permission to create entry..." error Applies to i Cloud2.When an IMAP account is set as the default email account and the i Cloud is set as the default data file, you'll receive this error message when you attempt to create a new message: You don't have permission to create and entry in this folder.Right-click the folder, and then click Properties to check your permissions for the folder.